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Alaska Highway Communities & Services


A Guide to the Alaska Highway

Note: the communities are in the order you would pass through them going north. Mileposts are the historic mileages.

Dawson Creek - Mile 0
A guide to the history, attractions and services available in the community.

Fort St. John - Mile 47
A guide to all the best sites with information about the city.

Fort Nelson - Mile 300
The Northern Rockies Regional District has comprehensive information about the Fort Nelson area.

Toad River Lodge - Mile 422
Motel, cabins, RV park, fuel, laundromat, cafe and more.

Watson Lake - Mile 635
A community history and list of services.

Nugget City - Mile 650
Restaurant, gift shop, cabin rentals and RV park.

Marsh Lake - Mile 880
Everything from photos, recipes and school supply lists to bear sightings and bird counts in the area.

Whitehorse - Mile 918
A complete guide to the Territorial capital.

Haines Junction - Mile 1016
A guide to the community, which is the gateway to Kluane National Park.

Alcan - Mile 1222
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Tetlin
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Northway Junction - Mile 1265
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Tok - Mile 1316
A guide to the community, where the Tok Cutoff / Glenn Highway meets the Alaska Highway.

Tanacross
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Dot Lake - Mile 1368
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Delta Junction - Mile 1422
A guide to the community, which is the official end of the Alaska Highway.

Dry Creek
A history and location map, from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs.

Fairbanks - Mile 1520
A guide to the city and area, from history to accommodations, shopping and other services.



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