The Dalton Highway

Our trip to the Arctic Ocean this summer deserves its very own post, but I also thought I would break it down into more manageable posts to view some of the incredible photos we took and saw along the way. The Dalton Highway goes through my favorite mountain range in the entire world: the Brooks Range. I fell in love with these mountains the very first time I saw them.

The Dalton Highway, a rugged stretch of road cutting through Alaska’s wild heart, offers an experience like no other. Known for its challenging terrain and stunning, isolated scenery, this highway stretches over 400 miles, connecting Fairbanks to the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay. It’s a journey through some of Alaska’s most remote and untouched landscapes, where the views are as breathtaking as the drive is treacherous. The Dalton is not just a road; it’s a lifeline to the Arctic wilderness, and a vivid reminder of the vast, untamed beauty of the north. For the adventurous soul, it’s a path that promises both challenge and reward, a journey into the wilds of Alaska that’s as unforgettable as it is unforgiving.

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