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Wonderful drive. Had heard the roads werent that good but they werent anything to worry about. Probably the roughest ride was at the end from U.S. Customs to Valdez and that wasnt that long. Saw beautiful mountains, lots of wildlife and more pine forests that...More
Everyone with any sense of adventure must drive this highway at least once. We took it this summer en route to Anchorage from New York and it did not disappoint. First of all it is far more civilized than we expected with a comfortable amount...More
I wanted to see more of my country! So I drove it - so thankful I did. Yep, it's long and you will need to do your tripadvisor research on accommodations but just get out there and go for it because the drive is stunning...More
This road was a great adventure to drive! Many wildlife sightings, quaint hotel stops, rough road adventures and much more! It's said if you make the whole drive without breaking something on your vehicle you have done well!
We recently completed a bucket list trip on the Alcan but our problem was we wanted a one way rental to Fairbanks then fly home. The major rentals wouldn't consider it for August/September even with a hefty drop off charge. Then I found US24hr Car...More
The Alcan is a tradition since it opened after WWII. . but watch out for folks driving way too big RVs and the like gawking at the magnificent scenery! - while not paying too much attention to the two lane road. . drive other roads...More
Trip of a lifetime which we have made twice. Rough accommodations and sparse gas stations. Incredible scenery and great people. Highway can be very lonely so be prepared. Spruce forests in northern B.C. can get boring and oil industry camps are a bit bleak.
Wife and I just returned from an 18 day trip to and over the complete Alaska Highway ! We picked up a new RV in Forest City , Iowa and proceeded to Alaska. We drove the entire 1422 miles of the Alcan Hi-Way, now called...More
From Denver I-25,I-90 to Billiings; state highways to Lewistown, Montana then to Great Falls then to
Lethbridge, Alberta to Calgary to Banff/Jasper NP to Grand Prairie to Dawson Creek to Fort Nelson to
Watson Lake to Whitehorse or Haines Junction to Tok, Alaska. Takes about...More