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Ripping drive!

Loved this highway! Loved the bends, curves and lack of our cars. Put it on your must drive list... read more

Reviewed August 24, 2018
Tour689870
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Drove both ways this summer - lovely!

Last time I drove this highway it was about 25 years ago and it was much more of an adventure. Good... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2018
DaQi
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Reviewed August 24, 2018 via mobile

Loved this highway! Loved the bends, curves and lack of our cars. Put it on your must drive list. Please note that 98% of this Highway has NO cell service which adds to the charm and call of the open road.

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Reviewed August 19, 2018

Last time I drove this highway it was about 25 years ago and it was much more of an adventure. Good thing is that it is pave all the way (a few very short gravel sections) and there is plenty of gas available regularly along...More

3  Thank DaQi
Reviewed August 4, 2018

We traveled the Alaskan Highway in May/Jun 2018, traveling both ways, North AND South. 5600 miles total. We decided to take the Stewart-Cassiar Highway on the return trip from Alaska. WE ARE SO GLAD WE DID!!!! Unlike the Alaskan Hwy from mile post 1 (Dawson...More

1  Thank Benjii2414
Reviewed July 23, 2018

We took the Stewart-Cassiar northbound on our way to Alaska from the Central Oregon coast. The guidebooks pretty much said: "Beware! Narrow poorly maintained road." Okay, that's not a direct quote, but you get what I mean. The road is about like many a state...More

2  Thank Patrick M
Reviewed June 8, 2018

We did the Alcan on the way to AK and the Cassiar on the way back,while we thought the Alcan was more scenic the Cassiar had more wildlife.Leaving Tatogga Lakes we saw two Moose and five black bears for a days drive.

1  Thank Hugh M
Reviewed February 7, 2018

stunningly beautiful and remote...a winter wonderland of spruce forests and frozen lakes and rivers and creeks. few places open in winter so plan well and gas up at every station

1  Thank spatzizi
Reviewed October 9, 2017 via mobile

This was the return leg of our annual cross country drive (NYC return, 10k miles in two weeks) with Alaska completing our 49th State. Our general rule is to avoid using the same route twice and we had used the Alcan on the way up...More

1  Thank SkypeDaddy
Reviewed July 23, 2017

We had travelled this highway 37 years ago when it was all gravel. So we loved driving up through BC on a b auto full paved road with outstanding scenery and lots of wildlife and not busy. We did it in June 2017. A fantastic...More

Thank thomjane
Reviewed June 16, 2017

I traveled this highway 37 from Kitwanga in B.C. to Watson Lake, YK in 2004. The scenery was so very beautiful with spectacular mountains and views but back then the road was virtually all dirt and gravel. Now it is paved all the way and...More

6  Thank larrybeston
Reviewed June 14, 2017

We drove this highway on the return leg of trip to Dawson City in June '17. I had read some negative comments about the conditions on the road, but found the road to be mostly in better shape than the AlCan. The road is a...More

8  Thank OHMike64
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Cyne O
October 2, 2017|
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Response from OHMike64 | Reviewed this property |
Extremely limited, except for Dease Lake(Northway Inn) and in Stewart/Hyder(several). Most everything else along the way is more of a B&B type, and is often seasonal. If planning on overnighting, I would have arrangements... More
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JanandDan
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Really depends on the person how much they want to adventure. It was 30 degrees at night and was great tenting for me. Loved it❤️
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