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0.0
0.0
City of Whitehorse, Yukon Territories Junction of 2nd Ave and Quartz Road
Access to Walmart, west of highway. Note: Walmart at this location allows overnight R V Parking. Access to Services fuel, gas diesel and grocery Superstores. Attractions in and around Whitehorse: Takhini Hot Springs, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse - Yukon Transportation Museum, Whitehorse - MacBride Museum, Whitehorse - Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre, Whitehorse - S.S. Klondike National Historic Site, Whitehorse - Log Cabin - Chilkoot Trail, National Historic Site, Yukon Gallery, Old Log Church Museum, Whitehorse.
0.6
1.0
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel. East side of highway.
1.1
1.8
Junction of Yukon Highway #1 'The Alaska Highway'
This is the city bypass highway. NOTE; Yukon Highway #2 overlaps highway #1 'The Alaska Highway' at this point west. For highway travel east of the city of Whitehorse see Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Whitehorse, Yukon to Watson Lake, Yukon for driving directions and highway photos.
2.1
3.4
Prospector Road
Services fuel at highway, gas, diesel at highway.
2.9
4.7
Fish Lake Road
South highway access to Fish Lake, Yukon. Fish Lake, located 15 km from Whitehorse, Yukon.
3.9
6.3
Community of Porter Creek, Yukon

4.4
7.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel. East side of highway.
4.5
7.3
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
4.8
7.8
Access to Lodging & Sevices at highway
East side of highway.
5.2
8.3
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel. West side of highway. NOTE; Sign says - Free R V sewer dump with fuel fill.
5.5
8.8
Access to R V Park Campground
West side of highway
7.8
12.5
Access to Cousins Air Strip.

7.9
12.7
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Pit Tiolets.
8.1
13.0
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
8.1
13.1
Junction of Highway #2 North - 'The North Klondike Highway'
'The Klondike Highway' is a highway leads from Skagway, Alaska, U.S.A. to Dawson City, Yukon in Canada. It follows the route used by prospectors in the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush. - NOTE; Overlap of highway #2 ends at this point. - North to communities of Braeburn, Yukon, Carmacks, Yukon - Pelly Crossing, Yukon, Stewart Crossing, Yukon, McQuesten Yukon, Dawson City Yukon. North access to 'The Silver Trail Highway' - The 'Dempster Highway' and The 'Top of the World Highway' . Attractions in Dawson City: The Klondike Spirit a 89-foot paddlewheeler - Goldbottom Mine Tours - Klondyke Fiddle School - Trek Over the Top - Experience the Klondike in Dawson City. Diamond Tooth Gertie's Gambling Hall, Canada's oldest Casino - Jack London Cabin & Interpretive Centre - Robert Service Cabin - Dredge #4 The largest dredge on the continent - Palace Grand Theatre. For highway travel north via 'The North Klondike Highway' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Dawson City, Yukon to The Alaska Highway & City of White Horse, Yukon

10.6
17.1
City of Whitwhorse
Western Limits.
10.8
17.4
Point of Information
Entering Ibex Valley, Yukon.
12.4
20.0
Access to the Old Alaska Highway
West side of highway.
13.9
22.4
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
18.3
29.5
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
18.6
30.0
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Gravel turnoutr with garbage stand and information sign. Photo looking at thr Takhini River, Yukon.
22.6
36.4
Access to a Bed and Breakfast & Cabins
North side of highway.
24.9
40.0
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
27.7
44.6
Point of Information
Crossing the Takhini River, Yukon. Photo looking at the Takhini River.
28.6
46.1
Access to Community of Takhini Subdivision, Yukon
North side of highway.
35.0
56.3
Point of Information
Crossing Annie Ned Creek, Yukon.
38.1
61.3
Point of Information
Crossing Stony Creek, Yukon.
38.8
62.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area - Kusawa Lake
South side of highway. Picnic tables, Information sign.
40.1
64.5
Access to Campground
24kms south of highway. Access to Kusawa Lake, Yukon. Access to Kusawa Natural Environment Park, Yukon.
44.2
71.2
Access to Community of Medenhall Subdivision, Yukon

48.9
78.7
Point of Information
Crossing Medenhall River, Yukon.
49.4
79.5
Community of Champagne, Yukon
South side of highway. Champagne is on the Dezadeash River. The settlement was on the original Dalton Trail. Approximately 300 miles long, the Dalton Trail led from Pyramid Harbor to Ft. Selkirk on the Yukon River.
55.4
89.2
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
55.7
89.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo flowers growing in ditch in on the 15th of June.
55.7
89.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo flowers growing in ditch in on the 15th of June.
55.7
89.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo flowers growing in ditch in on the 15th of June.
57.9
93.1
Access to the community of Champagne, Yukon
South side of highway.
63.9
102.8
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
65.6
105.6
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
70.5
113.4
Point of Information
Crossing Swede Johnson Creek, Yukon
74.9
120.5
Access to Otter Falls, Yukon
Access to R V Park Campground, north side of highway. Services fuel, gas, diesel at highway, Wildlife Museum south side.
75.2
121.0
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
75.8
122.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area - Canyon Creek
Pit toilets, picnic tables. There are two levels, the bottom level is one way in and out tight, for trailers to turn around. Park at top level and walk down to check out the river. Good spot, good fishing spot on the Aishihik River, BC. Photo looking north at the Aishihik River, BC.
75.8
122.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area - Canyon Creek
Photo taken from roadside turnout, second level.
75.9
122.1
Point of Information - Photo Kluane County, BC. highway sign
Entering Kluane Country, BC.
76.0
122.3
Point of Information
Crossing the Aishihik River, BC.
77.6
124.9
Point of Information
C.B.C. Radio 103.5 FM.
77.6
124.9
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo Looking north at the Ruby Range Mountains, Yukon
85.3
137.2
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
87.2
140.4
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
91.1
146.6
Access to Pine Lake, Yukon campground
North of highway 7 kms. Yukon Territorial Campground. Camping; Pine Lake Campground. 40 camp sites, water, fire pits, shelters, swimming beach, hiking trail, fishing.
91.5
147.3
Community of Pine Lake Subdivision, Yukon.

92.4
148.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo Looking north at the Ruby Range Mountains, Yukon
92.8
149.3
Access to Haines Junction, Yukon
North side of highway.
94.3
151.7
Community of Haines Junction, Yukon - Photo Haines Junction, Yukon welcome sign
The Village of Haines Junction lies in the Shakwak Valley, Yukon Territories. The town of Haines Junction was established in 1942 and 1943 during the construction of the Alaska Highway. In 1943 a second highway, the Haines Highway, was constructed to connect the Alaska Highway with the coastal town of Haines, Alaska over the Chilkat Pass. The current town of Haines Junction was established in 1942 and 1943 during the construction of the Alaska Highway. In 1943 a second highway, the Haines Highway, was built to connect the Alaska Highway with the coastal town of Haines, Alaska over the Chilkat Pass. Attractions in and around Haines, Yukon: Haines Junction Visitor Center, Kluane National Park and Reserve.
94.3
151.7
Services fuel at highway
Kluane RV Kampground gas, diesel, RV wash, RV Park Campground. North side of highway.
94.5
152.1
Access to Lodging

95.6
153.8
Junction of Yukon Highway #3 'The Haines Highway, Yukon'
South access to Kluane National Park and Reserve. Kluane National Park and Reserve protects and presents a nationally significant example of Canada's North Coast Mountains. South to Kluane National Park campground, 27 kms. Camping 40 campsites, water, pit toilets. South access to community of Dalton Post, Yukon, Dezadeash Lake, Yukon. Access to R.C.M.Police Detachment.
95.6
153.8
Junction of Yukon Highway #3 'The Haines Highway, Yukon'
'The Haines Highway', connects Haines, Alaska, in the United States, with Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada, passing through the province of British Columbia. It follows the route of the old Dalton Trail from the port of Haines into the interior for about 160 km and then runs to the village Haines Junction, Yukon.
96.3
155.0
Access to Campground
South side of highway.
96.4
155.1
Services fuel at highway
Gas and diesel. North side of highway
97.4
156.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
99.0
159.3
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Gravel turnout, picnic tables, toilets. South side of highway. NOTE: Next Rest Area 103 kms west.
99.4
160.0
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
102.0
164.1
Community of Nygren Subdivision, Yukon

102.0
164.2
Point of Information
Crossing Bear Creek, Yukon.
102.1
164.3
Access to Lodging & RV Park
North side of highway.
102.5
164.9
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
106.8
171.8
Spruce Beetle Trail Recreation Area
Picnic tables, Pit toilets, access to hiking trail. North side of highway.
107.9
173.6
Bear Creek Summit
Elevation 1655.3 mtrs.
108.1
173.9
Roadside highway turnout
Long gravel turnout, no services. South side of highway.
111.1
178.8
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
113.8
183.2
Point of Information
Crossing Jarvis Creek.
114.0
183.4
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
115.1
185.2
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
117.1
188.4
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
117.1
188.4
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
126.0
202.8
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. South side of highway.
126.1
202.9
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
126.7
203.9
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
127.0
204.4
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
127.3
204.9
Point of Information
Crossing Christmas Creek, Yukon
130.1
209.3
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area
Overlooking Kluane Lake, Yukon. Kluane Lake is the largest lake in the Yukon Territory.
130.6
210.1
Access to a Bed and Breakfast
North side of highway.
131.2
211.1
Point of Information
Crossing Silver Creek.
131.3
211.3
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
132.4
213.1
Access to Kluane Base Camp
Nortn of highway 1 km.
134.4
216.3
Roadside highway turnout
Small gravel turnout.
137.5
221.2
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
139.2
224.0
Access to Kluane National Park and Reserve Information Center.
South side of highway. The Kluane Visitor Centre is open throughout the year with reduced hours in winter.
139.3
224.1
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Photo from turnout, looking at Kluane Lake, Yukon
139.4
224.4
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Looking at Kluane Lake, Yukon.
139.6
224.6
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout.
139.8
225.0
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout.
140.4
225.9
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Large gravel turnout with information sign.
140.6
226.2
Access to boat launch area
North side of highway.
140.7
226.4
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Large turnout. Photo taken from view point, looking at Kluane Lake, Yukon.
140.7
226.4
Point of Interest
Photo taken fron roadside turnout. Looking for a handout.
144.7
232.8
Access to R V Park Campground
North side of highway.
149.6
240.7
Congdon Creek Yukon Government Campground
81 Sites, 22 pit toilets, Water, garbage coantainers, Kitchen shelter, firewood. North of highway.
149.8
241.0
Crossing Congdon Creek, Yukon

151.1
243.1
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Looking at Kluane Lake, Yukon.
156.0
251.1
Point of Information
Crossing Nines Creek, Yukon.
156.5
251.8
Point of Information
Crossing Mines Creek Yukon.
157.2
253.0
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo Looking at St. Elias Mountain Range. Home to Mount Logan, Yukon, the highest mountain peak in Canada.
158.1
254.4
Point of Information
Crossing Bocks Creek, Yukon.
158.1
254.5
Point of Information
C.B.C. Radio, 105.1 FM.
160.9
258.9
Community of Destruction Bay, Yukon
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel. Access to lodging, access to RV Park Campground. Destrucktion Bay is located in the Shakwak valley, on the perimeter of Kluane National Park and the Tachal Region. The small center was established as a construction and maintenance center on the Alaska Highway.
161.1
259.3
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Gravel turnout, pit toilets. NOTE: Next rest area 41 kms west.
161.3
259.5
Point of Information
Crossing Cluett Creek, Yukon.
164.3
264.4
Point of Information
Crossing Lewis Creek, Yukon.
167.4
269.4
Point of Information
Crossing Cooper Joe Creek, Yukon.
169.1
272.1
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
170.7
274.7
Community of Burwash Landing, Yukon
Services furl at highway. Access to RV Park Campground. Burwash Landing is the home of the Kluane First Nation. Southern Tutchone people have inhabited the Kluane area for countless generations. Access to Kluane Museum of Natural History. Kluane Museum of Natural History offers a world-class wildlife exhibit along with displays on the Southern Tutchone people and the many plant species that make their home in the national park. The museum features realistic diorama displays of over 70 animals, birds and fish native to the Yukon. It also contains displays of Southern Tutchone artifacts, clothing and tools. A video theatre continuously shows movies with northern themes.
171.8
276.5
Access to Burwash Landing, Yukon Airstrip
North side of highway.
175.0
281.6
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Photo looking at the Nisling Mountain Range, Yukon.
175.3
282.1
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
176.1
283.4
Point of Information
Crossing the Duke River, Yukon.
180.7
290.8
Point of Information
Crossing Burwash Creek, Yukon.
185.4
298.3
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
186.2
299.6
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Pit Tiolets. NOTE: The next Rest Area is 29kms west.
188.0
302.5
Point of Information
Crossing Quill Creek, BC.
189.3
304.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
189.5
305.0
Point of Information
Crossing Glacier Creek, Yukon.
190.1
306.0
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
191.8
308.6
The Kluane Wilderness Village
Services fuel at highway gas, diesel. Access to R V Park Campground 52 full service RV sites with pull-throughs, showers, gas, store.
194.7
313.4
Point of Information
Crossing Swede Johnson Creek, Yukon
204.0
328.3
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area
Gravel turnout, pit toilets, Interpretive display signs From this location one can view Mount Walsh, Yukon, Canada's highest peak, Mount Logan - 5956^m, 19,545 feet. Photo Taken from the roadside turnout looking south.
204.8
329.5
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
208.2
335.0
Point of Information
Driving west on the Alaska Highway. Crossing the Don Jeke River, Yukon.
208.2
335.1
Point of Information
Crossing the Don Jake River. Photo looking north at the John Jake River.
218.2
351.1
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
221.2
355.9
Point of Information
Crossing Edith Creek, Yukon.
226.0
363.7
Point of Information
Crossing Koldern Creek, Yukon.
226.4
364.3
Access to Yukon Territorial Campground
South side of highway. Side trip to campground. Photo taken from campground.
226.8
365.0
Back on highway

230.0
370.2
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
232.2
373.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
233.6
375.9
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Pit Toilets. South side of highway. Nice spoy. Photo taken from rest area.
238.5
383.8
Services
North side of highway.
238.6
384.0
Point of Information
Crossing the Koidern River, Yukon.
243.0
391.1
Community of Koidern
Access to RV Park Campground, south side of highway.
243.7
392.1
Community of White River Crossing
Access to RV Park Campground.
243.7
392.2
Point of Information
Crossing the White River, Yukon. Photo looking north at the White river.
244.3
393.1
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
252.3
406.0
Point of Information
Crossing Santet Creek, Yukon.
255.3
410.8
Point of Information
Crossing Dry Creek #1
257.4
414.2
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Gravel turnout, pit toilets, garbage stand.
258.0
415.2
Point of Information
Crossing Dry Creek #2, Yukon.
261.9
421.5
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
262.7
422.8
Junction of Snag Junction
North of highway. Access to community of Snag, Yukon. Access to Yukon Territorial Campground. Camping: 15 sites, pit toilets, picnic tables, picnic shelter. The airstrip at Snag, Yukon experienced the lowest ever temperature measured in North America, −66.0 ?C (−86.8 ?F)
268.1
431.5
Roadside highway turnout
With garbage container. South side of highway.
269.4
433.5
Point of Information
Crossing Enger Creek, Yukon.
271.1
436.3
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
271.2
436.4
Point of Information
C.B.C. Radio 690 AM.
275.2
442.9
Community of Beaver Creek, Yukon - Photo Beaver Creek highway welcome sign
Eastern limits. NOTE: Beaver Creek, Yukon is Canada's most westerly community of Canada
275.5
443.4
Community of Beaver Creek, Yukon
Access to Lodging. North side of highway.
275.7
443.7
Community of Beaver Creek, Yukon
Beaver Creek Reception Center. South side of highway. Great staff very helpfull, south of visitor center is the Bordertown Museum and Garage.
277.6
446.7
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Gravel turnout, pit toilets, gargage container. South side of highway.
278.1
447.5
Canada Customs and Immigration Border Inspection Point
For EAST bound traffic, open 24/7. All east bound traffic entering into Canada must check in.
292.4
470.5
Point of Information
Crossing Little Scotty Creek, Yukon.
295.8
476.1
Alaska U.S.A. and Yukon, Canada Border

295.9
476.2
Alaska U.S.A. and Yukon, Canada Border
Photo Welcome to Alaska, USA. highway sign.
296.0
476.3
Alaska U.S.A. and Yukon, Canada Border
United States Border Inspection Point. Open 24/7. All west bound traffic must check in. NOTE; Time change at the Alaska Border. Entering Alaska, set your watch one hour earlier. Seat Belts and driving with your car lights on, in the daytime, is mandatory in Alaska. - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - NOTE Yukon Highway #1, 'The Alaska Highway' becomes Alaska Highway #2, west of this point. FOR Highway travel west via Alaska State Highway #2 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Alaska / Yukon Border To Tok, Alaska.