Naksrak Pass is a physical feature (gap) in Northwest Arctic Borough.
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|Feature Name:||Naksrak Pass|
|Category:||Alaska physical, cultural and historic features|
|Description:||at head of Cutler River and Apkugagruk Creek, 25 mi. NNE of Ambler; Brooks Range|
|History:||Eskimo name meaning "pass" reported in 1965 by Wilfried Zibell. This is the best pass between the Ambler-Redstone drainage and the Noatak-Cutler drainage.|
|Borough:||Northwest Arctic Borough|
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