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The only road through North Alaska, often hiked and camped beside.
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Absolutely stunning..sure you might run into tar heaves from perms frost, but that is the Alaska experience, you just slow down.
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you may have seen the film or tv but nothing prepairsyou for this Do not atempt it unless you are well prepaired big rigs run year round they are working not sightseeing give them room
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A long trip if you take this mostly dirt road, to the top of the states. A truely unique experience unlike any "touristy" thing you can do. It is desolate at times, we drove for hours and did not see another human or vehicle, but we did see lots of wildlife and miles of
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We spent 3 days and 3 nights camping about 120 miles south of Deadhorse on the tundra the end of August into September. The first day of nothing but fog, wind, rain/ice. The roads are pretty great up until Coldfoot, but once you pass that a ways the road is mostly dirt/gravel
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If you take a tour that takes you to Coldfoot, then you will definitely get to see the Dalton highway. It is literally in the middle of nowhere. It was built by the oil companies to construct the Alaska pipeline. You’ll even be able to see the pipeline in many sections of the
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