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Alaska Highway Mile 1168.5 – 1386

Mile 1168.5 (km 1873.8)
Beaver Creek Canada Customs station. Open 24/7 year-round.
Ph: 867-862-7230

Mile 1186.3 (km 1902.5) – Historic MP 1221
Rest area and border signs
Alaska / Yukon border crossing


The mileposts in Alaska indicate the historical mileages from Mile 0 rather than today’s mileage from Dawson Creek. Note the time change; set your clocks back one hour.

In Alaska, the Alaska Highway meets with the Taylor Highway (which heads north towards Chicken, Eagle and Dawson City) at Tetlin Junction and ends at Delta Junction, where you can continue on the Richardson Highway (west towards Fairbanks or south towards Glennallen).

Mile 1186.8 – Historic MP 1221.8
Port Alcan U.S. Customs and Border Protection station. Open 24/7 year-round.
Ph: 907-774-2252

Mile 1190.5 – Historic MP 1225.5

Mile 1194 – Historic MP 1229
Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
Open mid-May to mid-September

Mile 1214 – Historic MP 1249.3
Deadman Lake Campground – Tetlin Refuge campground

Mile 1222 – Historic MP 1256.7
Lakeview Campground – Tetlin Refuge campground

Mile 1229 – Historic MP 1264
Northway Junction

Mile 1254 – Historic MP 1289.5
Rest area with views of Wrangell Mountains to the west.

Mile 1267 – Historic MP 1301.7
Tetlin Junction
Junction with the Taylor Highway to Chicken, Eagle and Yukon border.

Mile 1268 – Historic MP 1303
Tanana River Bridge rest area

Mile 1274 – Historic MP 1309.2
Tok River State Recreation Site campground


Mile 1279 – Historic MP 1314
Population: 1,450

Tok originated as an Alaska Road Commission camp for the construction of the Alcan and Glenn Highways in the 1940s. Tok is now a full-service community with fuel, camping, lodging, groceries and repair facilities. Continue straight through town on the Alaska Highway to Delta Junction and Fairbanks. Turn left on the Tok Cutoff if you want to head to Anchorage or Valdez.

Visitor information is available at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center in the State Troopers building east of Milepost 1314, or at the Mainstreet Visitor’s Center at the junction of the Alaska Highway and Tok Cutoff.

Mile 1296.9 – Historic MP 1331.9
Moon Lake State Recreation Site

Mile 1309 – Historic MP 1334.5
Rest area with views of Alaska Range and information about the Tanana River and area.

Mile 1380 – Historic MP 1414.8
Clearwater State Recreation Site

Mile 1303.5 – Historic MP 1338.5
Cathedral Creeks B&B and Campground

Mile 1379.8 – Historic MP 1414.8
Clearwater sate Recreation Site

Mile 1386 – Historic MP 1421