5 Best Alaska Road Trip Routes

If you’re looking to cruise alongside stunning scenery and embark on some incredible new adventures, all while enjoying the comforts of civilization along the way.

An Alaska road trip is certainly the way to go. It’s hard to know where to start when planning your own expedition like this, so we’ve done some of the legwork for you.


Starting in Dawson Creek, you can turn down this uncrowded route and take in the picturesque snow-capped peaks and remote landscape.

Alaska Highway

Passing through Muncho Lake Provincial Park in British Columbia, you can stop for a bit of canoeing and spend the night in the cozy Northern Rockies Lodge.

What to See

Parks Highway & Denali Highway

You can take in the wild landscape of Alaska’s interior on Parks Highway. From mountains to tundra, it’s the perfect Alaska road trip for adventurous spirits.

What to See

You could spend some time at the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Museum, where you can dive into the history of this bold and daring race.

Seward Highway

Seward Highway is perfect for a small jaunt from Anchorage. Looping 127 miles down to Seward, the sites you’ll encounter are some of the state’s most breathtaking.

Your first order of business will be to sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic view of Turnagain Arm as you cruise between mountains and shoreline.

What to See

Most of Dalton Highway is gravel, so you’ll have to take your sweet time on this massive 415-mile route starting at Elliott Highway and ending in Deadhorse, up by the Arctic Ocean.

Dalton Highway

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