in the Kenai Peninsula Borough
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Geography and Climate
- Moose Pass is located 26 miles north of Seward on the Kenai Peninsula. It is on the southwest shore of Upper Trail Lake, off the Seward Highway, at mile 29.3 of the Alaska Railroad.
- Winter temperatures range from 14 to 27 °F; summer temperatures vary from 45 to 65 °F. Average annual precipitation is 24 inches.
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- Sq Mi Water
History and Culture
- The community was first named in 1912 as a station on the Alaska Railroad. The name is reportedly derived from a mail carrier's team of dogs that in 1903 had considerable trouble gaining the right-of-way from a moose. A post office was established in 1928.
- Moose Pass is easily accessed by highway and is close to Seward.
- Federally Recognized Tribe
Facilities, Utilities, and Health Care
- The Seward Highway connects to Alaska's road system. Nearby Seward offers an airport, railroad, harbor/dock facilities, and state ferry access. Seaplanes land at Summit Lake.
- State Ferry
- Cargo Barge
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