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Directions to the Tok Alaska Center
 
Tok is located Milepost 1314 Alaska Highway, at the junction with the Tok Cutoff (Glenn Highway)
 It is located approximately 328 miles away from Anchorage, 206 miles from Fairbanks, 254 miles from Valdez, and 93 miles from the Canadian border.
NPS

Visitor Information Center

1314 Alaska Hwy

Tok, AK 99780

 

Tok lies at the junction of the Alaskan Highway and the Glenn Highway on Milepost 1314. It is located approximately 328 miles away from Anchorage, 206 miles from Fairbanks, 254 miles from Valdez, and 93 miles from the Canadian border. With highways leading to Tok from every direction, this community receives a number of travelers yearly of all backgrounds. If you are headed South, you can reach Prince William Sound. If you are headed North, the Taylor Highway will bring you to the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.




With highways leading to Tok from every direction, this community receives a number of travelers yearly of all backgrounds.
NPS

Directions from Anchorage to the Tok Visitor Information Center

Take AK-1 N/ Glenn Highway

Exit on Alaska 1 E toward Palmer/Glennallen

Merge onto AK - 1 N

Turn left onto AK - 1 N/ AK - 4 N/ State Highway 1 toward Fairbanks/Canada

Turn right onto AK - 1 N

Turn right onto AK - 2 E

( Destination will be on the left )

 





 
A wide section of the muddy Yukon River stretches through a lush green valley with low green hills to either side. Several long islands separate the waters. Did You Know?
Glacial silt from massive glaciers at its mountainous headwaters in the Yukon Territory, Canada, dirties the Yukon River in spring, summer, and fall. In winter, the river runs crystal clear after the glaciers and streams freeze, ceasing erosion and glacial scouring until the following spring.