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NOTE: these are OLD reports and are probably out of date.

o Manley Hot Springs and Tolovana Hot Springs Report. 2004. Manley Hot Springs was another high point of the trip to Alaska in the summer of 2004. Located a few miles south of the Arctic Circle 80 miles up a dirt road northwest of Fairbanks, Manley is a town of fewer than 100 permanent residents; in summer, there are about 300 people there. When traveling to locations such as this, BE SURE to top off your fuel tank on the north side of Fairbanks -- it's 118 miles to the next fuel stop, which in this case is Manley. Also be sure your vehicle is up to the trip and that you have at least one good spare; on the trip back down from Coldfoot, we had five (count 'em 5) flat tires in one day on a new set of tires with less than 3,000 miles on them. Needless to say, we headed back to Fairbanks and bought a newer, much stronger set... (click preceding link to read the rest of the report.)
o Nude areas in the Alaska Panhandle. 2004. We've been up there several times and the answer is, practically ANYwhere; the population is so low, the area so vast (more than twice the size of Texas = if Alaska were split in half, then Texas would be the third largest state), and 90% of the state is public land, so find trail map and hike away. The Tongass National Forest covers much of that area, so on Revillagigedo (Ketchikan) Island, for instance, go north up the road, then right on Ward Lake Road; along there are many spots with trails. At the end are several deserted lakes. Or, take the road all the way north to Settler's Cove State Park and hike nude there or all the way south to Trail 722 and hike nude up to the frigid lakes... (click preceding link to read the rest of the report.)

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