The Alaska Highway

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Hunter Pub Incorporated, 2001 - 462 páginas
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An adventure guide to the Alaska Highway. It offers a mix of practical travel information along with details of adventurous activities, which should be fun for everyone no matter what their age or ability.

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Índice

How This Book Is Organized
2
The Alaska Highway Alaska
9
The Gold Rushes
10
The Aurora Borealis
22
Wildlife
29
Other Reading
57
PRACTICALITIES
61
Accommodations
69
The Cassiar continued
228
Skagway
235
THE HAINES HIGHWAY
241
Haines
246
DAWSON CITY
253
The Western Road to Dawson City
261
Dawson City
268
Inuvik
278

Getting Off the Road
77
Health
84
The Beauty of the Wild
90
APPROACHES TO THE HIGHWAY
99
The Eastern Approach
107
The Eastern Approach
109
THE ALASKA HIGHWAY
115
Fort St John to Fort Nelson
122
Muncho Lake
130
Watson Lake to Teslin
137
Whitehorse to Haines Junction
153
Kluane Park to the Alaska Border
162
Alaska Border to Tok
169
Tok to Delta Junction
179
Fairbanks
186
Fairbanks
189
The StewartCassiar Highway
208
STEWARTCASSIAR HIGHWAY
209
Along the Cassiar Highway
215
Palmer
286
The Richardson continued
294
Valdez
304
Valdez
312
The Copper River Delta
318
The Dalton Highway
324
The Dalton Highway
325
DENAU PARK THE GEORGE PARKS HIGHWAY
341
Denali National Park
348
The George Parks Highway to the Glenn Highway Junction
362
ANCHORAGE
373
Downtown Anchorage
384
SOUTH OF ANCHORAGE
393
Whittier Prince William Sound
400
Farther Down the Kenai The Seward Highway
406
The Sterling Highway
418
THE ALASKA MARINE HIGHWAY
443
Index
449
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Sobre el autor (2001)

Edward Readicker-Henderson is a beekeeper turned regular writer and contributor to "National Geographic Traveler, Sierra", and others, and has won numerous awards for his writing. He lives in Bellingham, WA.

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