Alaska maps

Here’s the current Alaska Plan:

San Francisco, CA – Roseburg, OR
Roseburg, OR – Vancouver, BC
Vancouver, BC – Williams Lake, BC
Williams Lake, BC – Dawson Creek, BC
Dawson Creek, BC – Liard River, BC
Liard River, BC – Watson Lake, Yukon
Watson Lake, Yukon – Whitehorse, Yukon
Whitehorse, Yukon – Tok, AK
Tok, AK – Fairbanks, AK
Fairbanks, AK – Anchorage, AK
Anchorage, AK – Tok, AK
Tok, AK – Haines, AK
Haines, AK – Bellingham, WA (via ferry)
Bellingham, WA – Grants Pass, OR
Grants Pass, OR – San Francisco, CA

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5 Responses to Alaska maps

  1. carolyn says:

    Awesome, thanks for the tip! We’ll definitely take 99 from Vancouver up until it meets with 97, but I hear it can get pretty crowded, so side road options are always welcome.
    Coincidentally, Peter’s going to beat me to Whistler — he’s going at the end of February for a snowboarding trip. Copycat! 😀

  2. Stephanie says:

    Boy, it looks ever so simple when you put it that way… 😉
    Sort of nerve wracking to see it out there in cyberspace for the first time.
    But very cool as well. This won’t do much for my patience though.

  3. carolyn says:

    Patience? What’s that? Why do you think I was doing all this last night anyway? 😉 Well, OK, it was partially to keep myself from going online and buying ten thousand pounds of crap that “I’m sure I’ll need for the trip”. 🙂

  4. Geoff says:

    “I hear it can get pretty crowded, so side road options are always welcome.”
    Not too bad for crowding during “shoulder season” (after skiing, before golf…)–might be some rain, though. Might be better on the way down, but I see you’re gonna bypass Canada on the ferry!
    No side roads unless you’re riding a dual sport (might be a few detours along 97, but be careful–some rural roads just become gravel…).

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