Our Exclusive Northern Adventure Vacation Route

After years of experience traveling to and from Alaska we have carefully designed a tour through a series of northern highways – including the legendary Alaska Highway – that will take you through what many seasoned travelers consider to be the best of the best: scenery, wildlife and wide open spaces.


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ROUTE HIGHLIGHTS:

Our Exclusive “Northern Comfort” Service – Independence & Adventure meets Comfort & Securitycheck-mark
Our Exclusive Northern Adventure Highway Route check-mark

  • Five National Parks
  • Four Continental Divide Crossings
  • Glaciers, Towering Peaks, Waterfalls, Hot Springs

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  • Icefield Parkway
  • Jasper National Park
  • Stewart & Hyder
  • Cassiar & Alaska Highways
  • Wrangell – St. Elias National Park

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We begin in Spokane, Washington – Capital of the Inland Empire – before ascending through the Kootenay Rockies. Dotted with hot springs, ski resorts, lakes and small, funky towns like Nelson, southeastern BC is an outdoors paradise. From the Kootenays, you’ll head into the heart of the Canadian Rockies to skirt the Continental Divide and visit Lake Louise and Jasper on either end of the Glacier Parkway. Visit breathtaking Athabasca Falls, Miette Hot Springs or the boutiques and gourmet restaurants of downtown Jasper. Leaving the Rockies behind, traverse the British Columbia plateau through Prince George and then plunge through the heart of the Coastal Mountains and down to the tidewater towns of Stewart, BC and Hyder, Alaska. You’ll roll past glaciers, wildlife, alpine lakes and rivers before hitting the Alaska Highway in Yukon Territory. Only a handful of bridges cross the Yukon River – one of the ten longest rivers in the world – you’ll cross it twice in one day! Visit Whitehorse, capital and largest city of the Yukon Territory. Visit the hot springs or hike breathtaking Miles Canyon to learn about the goldrush history of the north. From Whitehorse, drive past Canada’s tallest peak in Kluane National Park and then cross into Alaska. You’ll leave the Alaska Highway for a stunning drive down the Tok Cutoff to witness the grandeur of Wrangell – St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in North America. Our trip concludes with a drive past the Matanuska Glacier and the Chugach Mountains before arriving in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city. Click here for the daily itinerary.

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Southbound Road Rally

We begin in Anchorage – Alaska’s largest city – before making our way through the Chugach Mountains to the Matanuska Valley. The Glenn Highway takes us past farmland, mountains and glaciers before we skirt Wrangell – St. Elias National Park on our way to the Alaska Highway Community of Tok. The Alaska Highway will take us through Kluane National Park (home of Canada’s highest peak) and on to Whitehorse, Capital of the Yukon Territory. We’ll cruise past massive glacier-carved lakes then head south on the Cassiar Highway into British Columbia. Get ready for spectacular scenery – BC’s Coastal Mountains are packed full of glaciers, waterfalls and wildlife. Enjoy the turquoise waters of Boya Lake before descending to the Pacific Coast to explore Stewart, BC and Hyder, Alaska. We’ll make our way through Prince George and then climb past Mt. Robson (BC’s highest peak) and cross the Continental Divide into Alberta. Jasper National Park and the Icefield Parkway will give you breathtaking access to the mountains and glaciers living high atop the Rockies. We’ll conclude our trip with a scenic drive through the Kootenays of southeastern British Columbia before crossing back into the United States. Our tour concludes in Spokane, Washington.Click here for the daily itinerary.

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