Dawson Creek is km 0 of your Alaska Highway Journey. Stop in at the Alaska Highway House to learn intimate details about the road and its construction. Just outside Dawson, you’ll drive over a wooden bridge with a long curve. Kiskatinaw Bridge is the only one of its kind in Canada. Standing 30m above the stream below, it’s a marvel of engineering that’s safely supported every car, truck, and carrier.

The first scenic stop along the Alaska Highway is Charlie Lake. There are two wonderful parks along the lake’s shore, Charlie Lake Provincial Park and Beatton Provincial Park. They offer some short scenic hiking trails, a boat launch, and a campground with full hookups. Similar to Charlie Lake, you can’t miss Muncho Lake, a jaw-dropping jade-color with a backdrop of towering mountains and pristine wilderness.

Liard River Hot Springs is the next stop. This remote paradise is on so many traveler’s bucket lists for relaxing and soaking in the warm water.

Whitehorse maintains a small-town vibe with friendly locals and rich history. Whitehorse has many museums and cultural centers that explore the history of the Klondike Gold Rush, including a restored stern-wheel paddleboat in the S.S. Klondike National Historical Site.

Kluane National Park and Haines Junction showcases everything that people imagine when thinking about the Northwest Territories, including 2,000 glaciers, pristine rivers, and the world’s largest grizzly bear population.

Delta Junction is the official end of the Alaska Highway. You can visit University of Alaska Museum of the North which holds more than 1.4 million artifacts or Denali National Park beyond description and filled with dog-sledding trails and acres of untouched boreal forest.

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