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Circle
Livengood
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Eagle Plains
YUKON
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Fort Good Hope Norman Wells
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Mackenz
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Cantwell
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Talkeetna
Stewart
Pelly Crossing
Yukon River
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Johnson’s Crossing
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JUNEAU
Angoon
Kake
Glennallen Palmer
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Faro
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Ross River
Whittier
Valdez Cordova
Gulf of Alaska
FAIRBANKS
Delta Junction
Paxson
Eagle Chicken
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Tombstone Interpretive Centre
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Dawson16 City
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Mt Logan 5959 m (19,551 ft)
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Cruising the Inside Passage, RV Style
Gustavus
Pelican Hoonah Tenakee
Good Hope Lake
Iskut Tatogga Lake
Bob Quinn Bell II
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The Alaska Marine Highway offers
many of the sights and amenities of a traditional cruise with the independence
of an RV. The 3,500
miles of coastline, with breathtaking views of glaciers, mountains and
fjords, are accessible via the Alaska Marine Highway. The highway has been designated a National Scenic Byway. Many of the communities on this route are only accessible by air or sea.
Whales and other marine life populate the waters of the Inside Passage, so there is a good chance to enjoy some wildlife viewing. Onboard many vessels there are theater areas that show documentaries about Alaska and the outdoors.
Most vessels offer food
services and there are full
service restaurants aboard
the M/V Columbia and the
M/V Tustumena, featuring Alaskan seafood.
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Dixon Entrance
Meziadin Junction
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Beaufort Sea
Cape Bathurst
Gulf
 Prudhoe Bay
REPORT WILDFIRES
1-800-237-3633 or call 911
Tuktoyaktuk
Inuvik Aklavik
Fort McPherson Tsiigehtchic
Paulatuk
To be listed
or to advertise call
1-888-467-8448
Mayo Crossing
You can travel on the Alaska Marine
Highway from as far south as Bellingham
(a few hours north of Seattle) and continue on to Southeast or Southcentral Alaska then travel inland by road. Alternatively, you can travel by road to Skagway, Haines or the Kenai Peninsula and travel south by ferry.
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Carmacks
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1 WHITEHORSE 789
Watson Lake
Lower 97 37 Post
8 3
Atlin
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This method of exploring Alaska has become
so popular during the summer that it is now recommended to book your stateroom and vehicle well in advance.
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Hecate Strait
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Tulit
Ketchikan
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ttles
Coldfoot
Mt
St Elias 18,008 ft
Haines Junction
Tagish Carcross
Rancheria
Destruction Bay
Silver City
Beaver Creek
Burwash Landing
Mt Fairweather 15,300 ft
Skagway Haines
Dease Lake
Sitka
Petersburg Wrangell
Teslin
City
Hollis Metlakatla
Ketchikan
Swift River
Masset
Haida Gwaii
Nugget
Stewart
Hyder
Te Rupert
Prince
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