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Dalton Highway

Dalton Highway

Fairbanks to Deadhorse – 415 miles The Dalton Highway begins 84 miles north of Fairbanks and is accessed via the Elliott Highway. The Dalton is still a haul road so expect to meet many transport trucks. The road is mostly gravel and conditions can vary greatly...
Denali Highway

Denali Highway

Paxson to Cantwell – 134 miles The Denali Highway is a very scenic route, with limited services available along the way. Plan four to five hours of driving time for this 134-mile-long road, which includes 110 miles of gravel. Add more time for photographing wildlife...
Haines Highway

Haines Highway

Haines is a 146-mile drive from Haines Junction, Yukon. From the Alaska Highway, travellers will continue in Yukon for 60 miles, then British Columbia for 45 miles, and the final 41 miles in Alaska. The paved highway is well-maintained and less busy than the Alaska...
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...
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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