Guide To The Alaska Highway

Author: Ron Dalby
Editor: Menasha Ridge Press
ISBN: 1634040899
Size: 18,78 MB
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Traveling across the great northern expanses from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Delta Junction, Alaska, the 1,500-mile Alaska Highway remains one of the greatest driving adventures of all time. Inside you will find details on gas prices, where to camp, how to prepare your vehicle for the journey, and insightful driving tips. Brimming with full-color photography, this updated edition of Guide to the Alaska Highway is the most stunning, the most complete, and most thoroughly researched book on the market today. Arriving in time for the highway's 75th anniversary, this invaluable guide will help travelers tailor a safe, pleasant, and enjoyable drive through some of the most scenic and rugged landscape on Earth. Tips scattered through the guide tell you where to spot wildlife, let you in on a few favorite fishing holes, and highlight important destinations. This guide is perfect for the adventure lover.

The World Famous Alaska Highway

Author: Tricia Brown
Editor: Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co.
ISBN: 0882406027
Size: 17,99 MB
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For the ultimate wilderness road trip, this guide is indispensable. From the southernmost community of Homer to Deadhorse, the northern end of the road that meets the Arctic Ocean, the guide details routes, driving conditions, unique people, and all that awaits the adventurous traveler along the way. 90 full-color photos and 6 maps.

Traveler S Guide To Alaskan Camping

Author: Mike Church
Editor: Traveler's Guide
ISBN: 9780982310168
Size: 19,63 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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For RV and outdoor enthusiasts camping in Alaska is the experience of a lifetime. Miles and miles of virtually empty roads thread through towering snowcapped mountains, crystal blue glaciers, and colorful wildflowers. Away from the road there's even more true wilderness just a short boat or airplane ride from civilization. Traveler's Guide to Alaskan Camping gives you the information you need to experience Alaska's outdoors. The book features almost 500 campgrounds throughout Alaska and also along the roads north in the Yukon Territory and Northern British Columbia with full campground descriptions, addresses, website addresses and maps showing exact locations, complete coverage of the routes north, including the Alaska Highway, the Cassiar Highway, the Klondike Loop, and the Alaska Marine Highway, RV rental information for renting a camping rig in either Alaska or Canada, and much more."

Beyond Mile Zero

Author: Lily Gontard
Editor: Harbour Publishing
ISBN: 1550177982
Size: 10,18 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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In 1942, the west coast of North America was under threat after the attack on Pearl Harbor, prompting the US government to build a military road from Dawson Creek, BC, to Delta Junction, AK. Renowned as a driving challenge and for its remote scenic beauty, the Alaska Highway opened to the public in 1948. It was the beginning of the golden age of the automobile. Silvertip, Swift River, Silver Dollar, Krak-R-Krik, Chickaloon and other quaint and quirky establishments sprang up along the highway, offering travellers coffee, gas, conversation and a place to spend the night. During the roadhouse heyday, owners and employees lived on the frontier and earned good wages. Some were looking for a life-long commitment and a place to raise a family, others relished the isolation. Aside from truckers, today most people travel the Alaska Highway in fuel-efficient cars and self-sufficient RVs—the demand for lodge services has diminished and the businesses struggle to survive. Since December 2014, Yukoners Gontard and Kelly have been visiting operating and abandoned lodges, recording the unique culture of the Alaska Highway before it disappears completely. The book includes the recollections of Gay Frocklage, whose parents, Doris and Bud Simpson, ran one of the oldest roadhouses on the highway, Mile 716 Rancheria Lodge, Yukon; and Bud and Pam Johnson, who met at the Mile 1318 Tok Lodge, Alaska, were married six months later and ran the lodge for three decades; as well as Ross Peck whose parents, Don and Alene Peck, operated Mile 200 Trutch Lodge, BC, as a highway lodge and hunting outfitting base from 1950-1963. Featuring both archival and contemporary photographs, Beyond Mile Zero explores the evolution of Alaska Highway culture and will be of interest to locals and travellers alike.

The Adventurous Motorcyclist S Guide To Alaska

Author: Lee Klancher
Editor: Octane Press LLC
ISBN: 9780982913123
Size: 12,17 MB
Format: PDF
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This colourful guide lists all the road routes in Alaska with recommended dirt road excursions past mines, mountains and streams. The book includes ideal itineraries, the most interesting side roads, and great places to sleep, eat, and get off your bike to sightsee.

The Milepost 2017

Author: Kristine Valencia
Editor:
ISBN: 9781892154361
Size: 13,23 MB
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The MILEPOST� is Alaska's best known and most extensive travel guide. It was first published in 1949 as a 72-page mile-by-mile guide to the recently opened to the public Alaska ("Alcan") Highway. The 2017 edition has more than 700 pages of detailed travel information on 30 major routes--including the Alaska Highway, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year--and 60 side trips, totaling more than 15,000 miles of road in Alaska, Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia and Alberta. The "quintessential reference" to Alaska travel, The MILEPOST� offers mile-by-mile descriptions of all highways, with details on accommodations, camping, sightseeing, attractions and services, as well as fascinating facts on the history and wildlife of the North. Trip planning help and answers to frequently asked questions are addressed in the Travel Planning section, with features on crossing the border, traveling with pets, the Alaska ferry system and suggested itineraries. The MILEPOST� includes more than 100 city and road maps; the wildly popular pull-out Plan-A-Trip Map; more than 600 photos; and free access to a digital edition of the book.

Rving To Alaska

Author: Ronald E. Jones
Editor:
ISBN: 9780982568200
Size: 19,27 MB
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RVing to Alaska is different than any other trip. Ron Jones provides "how to" information about planning and actually making this trip. Learn how to prepare for this adventure, be safe, cost-effective, and have a great time!You will learn about......RVing in the Lower 48 and northern Canada/Alaska differences, traditions, laws, uniqueness ...driving over frost heaves, road conditions, routes, emergency road service, where to go, visitor centers, pets, wildfires, border crossings, packing extra stuff ...campgrounds, loonies and toonies, boondocking sites, wildlife, credit cards, historic mile markers, and moose droppings."RVing to Alaska" is the only book focusing on "how" to make the trip to Alaska by RV with just a smidgen of travel guide tossed in.

Alaska Yukon Adventures

Author: Fraser Bridges
Editor: Prima Lifestyles
ISBN: 9780761502265
Size: 18,92 MB
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Suggests back road trips through Alaska, describes National parks and wildlife areas, and recommends hotels, restaurants, campgrounds, and spots for outdoor activities

Guide To Scenic Highways And Byways

Author: National Geographic
Editor: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426219059
Size: 10,23 MB
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"The 300 best drives in the U.S."--Cover.

Adventure Guide Alaska Highway

Author: Ed Readicker-Henderson
Editor: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781588435712
Size: 14,39 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This new edition provides the most up-to-date guide to travelling the Highway from British Columbia through the Yukon and Alaska to Prudhoe Bay. Information covered includes places to eat and stay, useful websites and regional and town maps.