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61 ° 42' 17.448" N, 151 ° 34' 57.295" W
1184 ft (360.88 m)
N of Friday Creek, 46 mi. NW of Tyonek, Alaska Range. 1700 feet long.
Local name reported in 1954 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS); Named for a Finnish bush pilot, Mr. Toivo Alfred Aho, who crashed near here in 1949.
Aho Lake, Canyon Lake, Coal Creek Lake, Dog Lake, Hiline Lake, Judd Lake, Kitty Lake, Movie Lake, Onestone Lake, Talachulitna Lake, Trinity Lake, Trinity Lakes,
Alder Creek, Bates Creek, Canyon Creek, Contact Creek, Deep Creek, Friday Creek, Nusdatl-na Nichila Betnu, Quartz Creek, Saturday Creek, Shell Creek, Thursday Creek,