Information About

Bedrock Creek

Quick Facts

Open in The Map Bedrock Creek on The Map

Location

65 ° 4' 8" N,
147 ° 26' 20" W

Region

Fairbanks North Star

Elevation

1060 ft (323.09 m)

Uses

Bedrock Creek in Detail.

About

flows N to Cleary Cree, 17 mi. NE of Fairbanks, Yukon-Tanana High. 1 mile long.

History

Named by prospectors; shown on a 1905 manuscript map by C. W. Joynt.

Places Near Bedrock Creek
Cities:

Fox,

Cliffs:

Bluff Number 2, Bluff Number Two, Pilot Bluff,

Dams:

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

Flats:

Poker Flat,

Hills:

Sage Hill,

Lakes:

Liwa Lake,

Mountains:

Birch Hill, Gilmore Dome, Haystack Mountain, Mount Lulu Fairbanks, Pedro Dome, Tungsten Hill,

Ridges:

Little Chena Prong,

Rivers:

Little Chena River,

Streams:

Alder Creek, Barnes Creek, Bedrock Creek, Bellows Creek, Captain Creek, Caribou Creek, Chatham Creek, Cleary Creek, Cora Creek, Crane Creek, Cripple Creek, Deadwood Creek, Discontented Pup, Dora Creek, Engineer Creek, Evening Star Creek, First Chance Creek, Flume Creek, Gilmore Creek, Glacier Creek, Glenn Creek, Gold Run, Goose Creek, Granite Creek, Hill Creek, Hopper Creek, Iowa Creek, Johnson Creek, Kokomo Creek, Last Chance Creek, Little Blanche Creek, Little Poker Creek, Louis Creek, Lulu Creek, Melba Creek, Monte Cristo Creek, Moose Creek, Moose Creek, Moose Creek Number 1, Moose Creek Number 2, Murray Creek, Nugget Creek, Pat Creek, Pearl Creek, Pedro Creek, Pilot Creek, Poker Creek, Rex Creek, Rose Creek, Ruby Creek, Ruby Creek, Rusty Gold Creek, Seattle Creek, Skoogy Creek, Smallwood Creek, Spruce Creek, Steamboat Creek, Tamarack Creek, Tom Creek, Too Much Gold Creek, Twin Creek, Victoria Creek, Wigwam Creek, Willow Creek, Wolf Creek, Yellow Pup Creek,

Routes:

Grapefruit Rocks,

Valleys:

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

Cities:

Chatanika, Cleary (historical), Dome Camp (historical), Eldorado Camp (historical), Gilmore (historical), Golden City (historical), Pedro Camp (historical),