March 26, 2018
Welcome to the Alaska Highway, where you’re more likely to see wildlife than people. Local photographer Ryan Dickie shows us his favourite places to photograph…
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Post updated April 2018.
If you’ve always wanted to road trip the iconic Alaska Highway, now’s the time to stop dreaming and start planning. 2017 marked the 75th anniversary of the highway’s construction, which was part of the US war effort.
From northeastern BC’s Mile 0 at Dawson Creek, the route stretches 1,523 miles (2,451 kilometres) to Fairbanks, Alaska. Highlights along the way include pristine fishing spots, serene hot springs, wildlife spotting, and dazzling northern lights.
We love getting a peek at our followers’ road-trip memories. Here are a few of the great Alaska Highway road trip Instagrams that inspired us last year. Keep sharing, and be sure to use the hashtag #exploreBC.
Megan and Emanuel provide photography tips in Behind the Lens: A Photography Road Trip Along BC’s Alaska Highway. And for help narrowing down your trip stops check out Five Places to Stop Along BC’s Alaska Highway, and Four Hidden Gems Along the Alaska Highway.
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