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How far is the North Pole from Barrow Alaska?

515 miles

How far is Utqiagvik from the North Pole?

Utqiagvik is roughly 1,300 mi (2,100 km) south of the North Pole.

How much does a gallon of gas cost in Barrow Alaska?

BARROW, ALASKA — A gallon of unleaded gasoline: $10. Heating fuel: $9.10 a gallon. Electricity: $1.17 per kilowatt hour — 11 times the national average. Some heavily taxed European nation or a time in the future when global fossil fuels have grown dangerously sparse?

How much is a loaf of bread in Barrow Alaska?

Cost of Living in Barrow

Restaurants Edit
Water (12 oz small bottle) 2.29$
Markets Edit
Milk (regular), (1 gallon) ?
Loaf of Fresh White Bread (1 lb) 5.25$

How much does it cost to live in Barrow Alaska?

Barrow cost of living is 118.1

COST OF LIVING Barrow Alaska
Housing 101.1 134.3
Median Home Cost $233,800 $310,600
Utilities 93.7 169.8
Transportation 72.5 98.2

How much are groceries in Barrow Alaska?

Life in Barrow

Barrow, AK Walmart
Saltines 1lb $6.45 $2.50
Gold Medal All-Purpose Flour 5 lb $10.99 $2.46
Pure Granulated Sugar 4 lb $8.79 $2.79
Crisco Canola Oil 48 fl oz $9.99 $2.49

How much is toilet paper in Alaska?

Fueling Your Adventures: The Cost of Groceries in Alaska

Item Anchorage, AK Portland, OR
1 quart of milk $1.07 $0.93
12 eggs, large $4.50 $3.47
2L bottle of Coke $2.33 $1.98
4 rolls of toilet paper $4.31 $3.37

How much are eggs in Alaska?

Complete data

[hide]Egg prices by state, August 2018
State State capital (or other large city) Cost
Alaska Anchorage $2.38
Arizona Phoenix $0.98
Arkansas Little Rock $1.58

Why is food so expensive in Alaska?

Groceries in Alaska are significantly more expensive than in the lower 48 states. These prices can be attributed to where Alaska is geographically — about 500 miles north of the continental U.S. Alaska is also the largest state, it’s about as big as Texas, California, and Montana combined.

What is the best month to see the northern lights in Alaska?

The best time to see the lights is between August and April, when less daylight leads to darker night skies. Many Alaska hotels offer a northern lights wake-up call (upon request, of course) to wake visitors when the lights are out.

What was the hottest day in Alaska?

Highest Temperature 100° F (38° C) at Fort Yukon on June 27, 1915.