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Images of Alaska's Taylor Highway

An Explorer's Guide to the Taylor Highway
Climbing the hill southbound from the Walker Fork Bridge. This 4-mile-long section of the road is notorious for its width, soft shoulders and steep dropoffs with no guardrails - even after 100 or so trips across it over the years, I hated meeting a B-train fuel tanker along here. A BLM campground is located at the bridge, with 20 RV sites and several tent platforms.

This photograph is © 2008-2013 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.
Taylor Highway, Alaska