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Manley-Hot-Springs is small community located in the Yukon-Koyukuk area of north-central Alaska. As of the 2010 census, the population was 89 residents. Manley Hot Springs is approximately 5 miles north of the Tanana River at the end of the Elliott Highway, 160 miles west of Fairbanks. The town is home to a well-known natural hot springs (from which it got its' name). Other attractions in Manley Hot Springs include a traditional town trading post (general store) that sells everything from groceries to gas. The town post office is also located in the Manley Trading Post. Fishing charters are available at the Hot Springs Slough and on the Tanana River. Hiking trails around the village take you to the top of Bean Ridge, where you can enjoy sweeping views of the river. Other trails follow the historic Fairbanks trail that was carved out by gold rush miners. Manley Hot Springs has its' own airport and there is floatplane access at the Hot Springs Slough. For accommodations, Manley Hot Springs is home to a roadhouse that has been rated as one of the best in the state by Alaska Air Magazine. It offers family-style dining with a full menu and bar, and rooms that range from budget to luxury.


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Manley Hot Springs Weather & Climate

Central Alaska has a climate of long, cold winters and short, cool summers. Weather in this region is very unpredictable. Temperatures of 70 degrees in summer is common, yet it's also been known to snow in August. The north and south side of the Alaskan Range Mountains have a completely different climate. The Gulf of Alaska carries moisture to the south side, but the mountains block water to the north side. This means a drier climate and huge temperature fluctuations to the north. The south has a transitional maritime continental climate, with cooler, summers and warmer winters.

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