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An RV drives in the Yukon on the way North to Alaska
Photo Credit: Government of Yukon, R Hartimer
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Maps & Routes

The Journey Starts Here

Whether you travel by car, RV, or motorcycle, and on the highways, ferries, or both, you’re sure to have the trip of a lifetime as you journey North to Alaska. While there are three main routes, there are limitless options. Do you want to tent camp along the way, drive an RV, camp out on the deck of a ferry, or stay at hotels or B&Bs? You have the freedom to pick the mode of transportation, the route, the pace, the side trips, and the accommodations.

Click on the routes below to learn more about the Inside Passage Route, Gold Rush Route, and Rockies Route.

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Maps & Routes

Embark on the Ultimate Road Trip to Alaska via Alberta, British Columbia, and the Yukon. Use the below routes as a guideline to start planning your trip.

Map Routes
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    Inside Passage

    Combine land and sea adventures on the Inside Passage Route, exploring port towns and scenic coastline in British Columbia and Alaska’s Inside Passage by ferry before continuing north to Alaska on the Cassiar and Alaska Highways.

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    Gold Rush

    Starting in Seattle, WA or Vancouver, BC, the Gold Rush Route journeys through beautiful and remote landscapes in British Columbia and the Yukon via the Cassiar, Alaska, and Klondike Highways before exploring Interior Alaska, including Denali National Park.

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    Rockies

    Follow the stunning Canadian Rockies through Alberta and British Columbia on the Rocky Mountain route and then travel the entire length of the Alaska Highway - from “Mile 0” in Dawson Creek, BC through the Yukon’s endless vistas to Delta Junction, Alaska.

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