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Alaska State #2 Highway Guide

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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 Alaska Highway #2, 'The Alaska Highway' becomes Yukon Highway #1, east of this point. FOR Highway travel east via Yukon Highway #1 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Alaska / Yukon Border Whitehorse Yukon, for driving directions, highway photos.

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0.8
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska highway. Photo, wild flowers growing along side of highway, in middle of June.
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2.2
Point of Information
Crossing Scottie Creek, Alaska
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3.8
View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
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4.1
Roadside highway turnout - View Area
Gravel turnout, no services. South side of highway.
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5.3
Border City Lodge, Alaska
Services fuel at highway, gas, diesel. Their highway sign says, 'The cheapest fuel in Alaska'? - South side of highway
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9.1
Roadside highway turnout - View Area
Paved turnout, South side of highway. Photo taken from viewpoint.
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Access to Tetlin National Refuge Center
The Tetlin, Alaska Refuge is visited by thousands of migratory birds each spring and fall. The Wildlife Refuge encompases approximately 730,000 acres. Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge is made up of forests, wetlands, tundra, lakes, mountains and glacial rivers. bounded by the Alaska Range. The northern boundary of Tetlin Refuge extends 65 miles along the Alaska Highway. Foot access to the northern portion of the refuge is available along the Alaska Highway
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View from highway
Driving west on the Alaska Highway.
10.4
16.7
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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27.2
Point of Interest
Elevation at this point, 1000, Feet.
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27.5
Roadside highway turnout
Small turnout with information sign. South side of highway.
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33.3
Roadside highway turnout - View Area
Paved turnout, South side of highway.
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37.9
Point of Information
Crossing Gardiner Creek, Yukon.
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37.9
Point of Information
Crossing Gardiner Creek, Alaska
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Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Paved turnout. North side of highway.
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40.0
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
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42.1
Access to DeadmanLake Campground Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge
Deadman Lake Campground has 16 campsites 6 sites are suitable for large motor homes. The self-guided, Taiga Trail at Deadman Lake Campground is a boardwalk trail with interpretive signs.
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Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Paved turnout rest area, with picnic tables, toilets. South side of highway.
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Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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49.5
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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53.2
Point of Information
Alaska Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge, western boundary.
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53.3
Access to Campground
South side of highway.
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55.1
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
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60.2
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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63.6
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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64.9
Community of Northway Junction, Alaska
Services fuel at highway, gas, diesel, south side of highway. Access to Alaska State Police, north side of highway. Access to visitor information.
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70.9
Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Creek, Alaska.
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78.3
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Paved turnout, no services. South side of highway.
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80.1
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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82.9
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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95.7
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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96.3
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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98.4
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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103.3
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
South side of highway.
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108.3
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Paved turnout, no services. South side of highway.
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119.3
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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123.0
Junction of Alaska Highway #5 ' The Taylor Highway' Also access to 'The Top Of The World Highway'
North to the communities of Chicken, Alaska, Boundary Alaska, Jack Wade Junction, Alaska, Eagle Alaska. North to The Top of the 'World Highway' and Dawson City Yukon, Canada. 'The Taylor Highway' and the 'Top Of The World Highway' is a alternate Route rather than backtracking over the Alaska Highway which you may have already driven from Whitehorse, Yukon. 'The Top Of The World Highway' is a challenge, travelers must take their time and be alert, as it is an unpaved rough, narrow road/highway, one must always be aware of road conditions and wildlife on the road. The scenery is awesome. For highway travel north via Alaska Highway #5, ' The Taylor Highway' and 'The Top of the World Highway' - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guides, for driving directions and Highway photos.

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Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
With historial information sign.
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125.1
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
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125.8
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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125.9
Point of Information - Photo The Tanana River, Alaska
Crossing the Tanana River, Alaska. Photo looking at the Tanana River. The Tanana River is a tributary of the Yukon River. The rivers source, starts at the north slope of the Wrangell Mountains in southeast Alaska and passes south of the city of Fairbanks, Alaska.
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129.1
View from highway
Traveling west on the Alaska Highway.
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134.0
Truck Weigh Scales

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Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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135.4
Access to Tok River Recreation Site Campground
Tok River State Recreation Site Campground: A total of 43 campsites are available. Ten sites can accommodate motorhomes up to 60 feet long. A walking trail, latrines, telephone, drinking water, and a picnic shelter are some of the campground’s amenities.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Tok River, Alaska. Photo looking at the Tok River.
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Access to Lodging
North side of highway.
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Access to R V Park Campground
North side of highway. Access to Tok Airport, south side of highway.
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141.6
Access to R V Repair Certer
South side of highway.
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141.8
Services fuel at highway
South side of highway.
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Access to R V Park Campground
North side of highway.
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142.3
Access to R V Repair Certer
North side of highway.
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Town of Tok, Alaska - Photo Tok Visitor Information Center.
Access to large Visitor Information Center.
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143.5
Junction of Alaska State Highway #1 'The Tok Highway Cutoff'
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel. West via highway #2 to Moon Lake Alaska State Recreation Site Campground, located 15 miles northwest of Tok. Facilities include 15 campsites, a boat launch, picnic area, a sandy beach area, drinking water and latrines. West to Fairbanks, Alaska
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Junction of Alaska State Highway #1 'The Tok Highway Cutoff'
South to communities of Salan, AK, Chistochina, AK, Gakona, AK, Glennallen, AK. NOTE: For Highway Travel south via the 'Tok Cutoff Highway', - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Yok Alaska to Glennallen, Alaska.
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143.5
Junction of Alaska State Highway #1 'The Tok Highway Cutoff'
South to communities of Salan, AK, Chistochina, AK, Gakona, AK, Glennallen, AK. NOTE: For Highway Travel south via the 'Tok Cutoff Highway', - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Tok Alaska to Glennallen, Alaska.
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