How thick are the ice roads in Alaska?



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    Ice thickness in the interior of Alaska usually runs from about 30-63 inches, though roads are made in the coldest times so base is always on the thicker side of that range. On top of that they clear the heavy snow off and add at least six inches of fresh water pumped on top of the ice to thicken it up.

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