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2 thoughts on “Alaska”

  1. Hi Bill

    We went to Alaska with a company called Adventure Caravans in 2013. It was a 59 days trip starting in Great Falls MT and ended in Prince George BC. 22 rigs were in our caravan.

    The roads to Alaska through Canada were very good – once we got into Alaska, on parts of the Alaskan Highway and Richardson Highway we encountered gravel and mud as road repairs were underway (they only have several months to repair damage caused by frost heaves, etc..Top of the world highway from Dawson City YT to Chicken AK is gravel, lots of potholes and a slow drive. Lots of mud – washed the motor home multiple times, especially in Tok AK after some muddy road travels.

    We have paint chips sides and rear that were mostly caused by vehicles traveling in the other direction on gravel roads at high rates of speed. We noticed a lot of Cruise America rentals on the roads and they generally did not slow down over gravel roads. We also took chip in our windshield which fortunately was repaired with an epoxy solution.

    Having said that, we consider it a great trip. We saw things that Adventure Caravans had planned that we probably would have missed if we made the trip alone. We also like the safety in numbers approach to travel.

    If I can give you any additional information, just let me know. You wont be disappointed in Alaska.

    Mike


 
 
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