Inhabited as of 5/10
Alkabo is undoubtedly the most remote town we have ever visited. Roughly six miles from Montana and eight miles from Canada, it is the most northwestern settlement in North Dakota.
We drove north from Grenora to get to Alkabo. This stretch of road is minimally maintained gravel and traffic is very light. Cell service is nonexistent. We would not recommend travel in this area with anything less than a reliable vehicle.
Alkabo is home to perhaps a handful of residents, and is situated on the side of a hill with the school at the top.
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