The Alaska Highway was built to connect the contiguous US with Alaska, crossing Canada. The highway begins in Dawson Creek, BC, and ends at Delta Junction, Alaska. The Alaskan portion of the highway specifically (Alaska Route 2) is a beautiful drive, with wildflowers in bloom in the summer and wildlife spottings pretty much guaranteed. The highway passes alongside Tanana Valley State Forest and offers pretty mountain views while also feeling big and open.

Scenic Drive Tips

Check out this link to see tips and guides for each section of The Alaska Highway. 

Photo Source

Southwest Roadrunners, The Alaska Highway

Important Note

As indicated above, this scenic drive was submitted by an independent third party and has not been verified by Triple E Recreational Vehicles. Please do your own research on suitability, road conditions and road safety before attempting to drive this route.