Dalton Highway Visitor Guide - Digital Download

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The Dalton Highway is a rough, industrial road that begins 84 miles (134 km) north of Fairbanks in Livengood and ends 414 miles (662 km) further north in Deadhorse, the industrial camp at Prudhoe Bay. It provides a rare opportunity to traverse a remote, unpopulated part of Alaska to the very top of the continent. Traveling this farthest-north road involves real risks and challenges. This publication will help you decide whether to make the journey, how to prepare, and how to enjoy your experience.

Contents include:
General Safety
Visitor Centers & Services
Road Tips & Info
Points of Interest
Landscape Features
Watching Wildlife
Recreation & Campgrounds
Bear Safety
Good to Know
Your Public Lands
Contact Info

The BLM manages a swath of public lands along the highway from the Yukon River to the north side of the Brooks Range. Within the Dalton corridor, the BLM maintains campgrounds, rest areas, interpretive panels and the award-winning Arctic Interagency Visitor Center in Coldfoot.  

Before you embark on this incredible journey, download and read through the Visitor Guide and read the tips on this website.

This is a free digital download.  Please add it to your cart and it will be emailed to you.


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