Information About

Lakloey Hill

Quick Facts

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Location

64 ° 49' 43" N,
147 ° 31' 1" W

Region

Fairbanks North Star

Elevation

554 ft (168.86 m)

Uses

Lakloey Hill in Detail.

About

SE of Badger Road, 5.5 mi. E of Fairbanks, Tanana Low.

History

Local name reported in 1950 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) topographers.

Places Near Lakloey Hill
Cities:

Fairbanks, Fox, North Pole,

Dams:

NASA Tracking Station Dam Number 1, NASA Tracking Station Dam Number 2,

Hills:

Browns Hill, Lakloey Hill, Sage Hill,

Islands:

Bentley Island, Goose Island, Meridian Island,

Lakes:

Goldstream Lakes, Liwa Lake, Lundgren Pond, Monterey Lake, North Pole Pond, Sirlin Drive Pond,

Mountains:

Approach Hill, Birch Hill, Gilmore Dome, Mount Lulu Fairbanks, Pedro Dome, Tungsten Hill,

Parks:

Bentley Park,

Ridges:

Little Chena Prong,

Rivers:

Little Chena River,

Streams:

Chena Slough, Piledriver Slough,

Streams:

Babe Creek, Bear Creek, Bellows Creek, Calder Creek, Clear Creek, Columbia Creek, Deadwood Creek, Engineer Creek, Evening Star Creek, First Chance Creek, Flume Creek, Fox Creek, Gilmore Creek, Glenn Creek, Gold Run, Granite Creek, Hill Creek, Hopper Creek, Independence Creek, Isabella Creek, Jessila Creek, Johnson Creek, Little Blanche Creek, Little Queenie Creek, McDonald Creek, Melba Creek, Monte Cristo Creek, Moose Creek, Moose Creek Number 1, Moose Creek Number 2, Murray Creek, Nugget Creek, Pat Creek, Pedro Creek, Rex Creek, Rose Creek, Ruby Creek, Seattle Creek, Silver Creek, Skoogy Creek, Steamboat Creek, Steele Creek, Thirtymile Slough, Tom Creek, Treasure Creek, Twin Creek, Victoria Creek, Wigwam Creek, Wildcat Creek, Yellow Pup Creek,

Valleys:

Dark Hollow, French Gulch, Gay Gulch, Irish Gulch, Silver Gulch, Tungsten Gulch,

Cities:

Badger, Bjerrmark, Clear Creek Park, Dennis Manor, Dome Camp (historical), Engineer (historical), Gilmore (historical), Golden City (historical), Graehl, Hamilton Acres, Highland Park, Lemeta, Pedro Camp (historical), Slaterville, South Fairbanks, Vault (historical),