Driving north to Alaska is a lot like one of those old-fashioned “choose your own adventure” books. No matter what you want to find along the road, there’s a story waiting to be experienced! Whether you’re an adventure seeker, history buff, wildlife lover, or student of culture, you can plot your course along the highways of western Canada and Alaska to seek out the attractions and stops that…, Are you a history buff? Make sure to set your GPS to:, The MacBride Museum in Whitehorse was founded by the Yukon Historical Society to preserve the rich history and culture of the Yukon. As the region’s first museum, it showcases various artifacts from Indigenous history and is home to one of the most extensive wildlife exhibits in the area. Carrying over 40,000 pieces, visitors are instantly immersed in the many pivotal moments and stories that…, Barkerville, British Columbia. Photo Credit: Destination British Columbia, Are you a wildlife lover? Make stops here:, Home to over 150 different animals, the Yukon Wildlife Preserve is the place to be to catch a glimpse of some of the most diverse wildlife found in the country. Spanning across 350 acres of land, the preserve offers experiences such as a guided bus tour or self-guided walking tour. Keep your eyes peeled as you watch for various animals such as the wood bison, thinhorn sheep, Arctic fox, elk,…, Grizzly Bear at Jasper National Park. Photo Credit: Jeff Bartlett, @photojbartlett, Are you an adventure seeker? Make plans in these destinations:, Take a thrilling ride in the sky on an unforgettable flightseeing adventure with Icefield Discovery over Kluane National Park in the Yukon Territory. Choose from three different touring options, all curated to provide an awe-inspiring journey for each guest. Embark on an adventure like never before as you soar through the clouds, witnessing the majestic peaks of mountains such as Mt. Logan, Mt.…, Flightseeing in Yukon. Photo Credit: Government of Yukon, Are you a student of culture? Learn more in person here:, At the National Music Centre in Calgary, dive into Canada’s musical heritage as you explore five floors of exhibitions, engage in in educational programs, and listen to the many sounds that tell the stories of the music in Canada. Featuring a curated selection of over 2,000 pieces spanning 450 years, the collection housed throughout Studio Bell at the National Music Centre celebrates “the love,…, Totem Bight State Historical Park. Photo Credit: Travel Alaska, To learn more about additional destinations in each region along the highway routes, visit Travel Alberta , Hello BC , Travel Alaska , and Travel Yukon .