Alaska is such a large state that it can be hard to show a map of it with any fine detail — the map would have to be too big. Look at the inset on this map, though, to get a sense of the general area where the Pebble Deposit is located. It’s easy to spot the 500 mile long Alaska Peninsula, which tapers off into the Aleutian Island chain. At the very base of the Peninsula, you’ll find Lake Iliamna. Cook Inlet is the large body of water to the east, and if you follow it all the way inland, along the Kenai Peninsula, you’ll get to Anchorage.
The nearest population center to the Pebble Deposit is the Athabascan village of Nondalton (2010 pop. 164), at the southern end of Six Mile Lake, and the villages of Newhalen and Iliamna (populations 190 and 109, respectively).