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South Klondike Highway

South Klondike Highway

The South Klondike Highway is not only the most scenic route to the Yukon and Interior Alaska, it also is a vital commercial link. You will be driving this highway with large trucks hauling various commodities, and large buses carrying other tourists. Also watch for...
Top of the World Highway

Top of the World Highway

Dawson City to Jack Wade Junction – 79 miles Unlike most highways, which follow valleys in mountain ranges, this road winds its way along the top of the range, giving you exhilarating views and a unique scenic drive. Expect tight turns and washboard when it...
Stewart Cassiar Highway

Stewart Cassiar Highway

Kitwanga Junction to Yukon – 450 miles The Stewart Cassiar Highway (Hwy 37) traverses through remote and beautiful scenery. The road is mostly paved except for one mile of gravel. To visit Stewart, British Columbia, turn west at Meziadin Junction and take the...
Highway Conditions

Highway Conditions

Alaska’s highways are modern and well maintained, and traveler resources and services are plentiful in most areas. There are also some unpaved roads in Alaska that lead to smaller communities and remote locations. These include the Denali, Dalton, and Top of the World...
Tok Cutoff

Tok Cutoff

Gakona Junction to Tok – 125 miles The mileposts along the Tok Cutoff indicate the distance from the Gakona Junction. This road is paved and well-maintained while offering scenic backcountry views. The junction with Nabesna Road is at mile 60. The Slana Ranger Station...

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