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038 - Driving the Alaska Highway (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on Driving the Alaska Highway
 
All photographers dream of a trip to Alaska. To write this newsletter, I drove north from Washington State, through British Columbia to the start of the Alaska Highway then north across the Yukon Territory. I found that roads through the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest are kept open and well-maintained year-round. This newsletter is an account of the great places for photography enroute, with details of the services and side trips. Also included are details on the Cassiar Highway, an alternate route up the western edge of British Columbia. Read about the best places to photograph caribou and bears.
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Updated - January 2009
For this newsletter, I drove north from Washington State, through British Columbia to the start of the Alaska Highway then across the Yukon Territory. It is an account of the great places for photography en-route, with details of roadside services and side trips.
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Locations
  • Alsek River
  • Bear Lake
  • Beaumont Provincial Park
  • Bijoux Falls Provincial Park
  • Bulkley River
  • Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve
  • Crooked River Provincial Park
  • Fish Creek
  • Fraser Lake
  • Fraser River
  • Haines Junction, Yukon Territory
  • Klondike River
  • Kluane National Park
  • Liard Hotsprings Provincial Park
  • Liard Plain
  • MacDonald River Valley
  • Meziadin Lake Junction
  • Mount Logan
  • Muncho Lake
  • Muskwa River
  • Pine Lake Provincial Park
  • Rancheria Creek
  • Salmon Glacier
  • Skeena River
  • Smith River Falls
  • Spences Bridge
  • St. Elias Mountain Range
  • Summit Lake Provincial park
  • Takhini River
  • Tatshenshini River
  • Teslin Lake
  • Yukon River