Trip To Alaska
By David Reichman
Every road trip planner dreams of conquering the
roads of Alaska. Here is an idea for an adventurous motorcycle road trip over the 49th
This road trip will certainly entice every
motorcyclist all over the United States, no matter where they are coming from. The first town you will encounter
is Tok, where you can camp or lodge in a comfortable hotel for a good
night's rest before continuing your excursion the following day.
Continue your motorcycle road trip through
by making your way to Valdez. Take the Richardson Highway, Alaska's first highway. The scenic highway is absolutely made for the road trip
enthusiast, as it is full of twists and turns, a mountain pass, elevation
gains, waterfalls and glaciers as you travel along Wrangell-St. Elias and
the Chugach Mountains.
has a number of glaciers that you can check out by cruising, flight
seeing, walking or just riding by. You can also take a break from riding
by fishing for different species of salmon and halibut, or amaze yourself
by watching marine and land wildlife such as sea otters, harbor seals,
mountain goats, and black and brown bears.
Every motorcyclist taking an Alaskan road trip would
most definitely want to visit the Harley Davidson shop in Anchorage. The ride from
is over 551 miles. The experience is well-worth it as you take on the
journey under Alaska's midnight sun. Take the Harley Davidson shop tour and get ready to be
awed by the innovative structures and engines of these world-known bikes.
You do not need to worry about accommodations as there is a campsite
beside the Harley Davidson building where you can set up your tent free of
road trip on your motorcycle by driving 240 miles north of
to Denali National Park. Marvel over the majestic Mount
and other spectacular mountains. The park is immense and you are welcome
to join all the activities it offers. Give your bike a break and relax by
doing some fly-fishing. If you are looking for something active, you can
join a mountain bike tour around the park, or go rafting or kayaking. Or,
if you want to try something new, go on a helicopter flight seeing and
heli-hiking and enjoy jaw-dropping views of
and other parts of Alaska.
Head north through Fairbanks from Denali National
Park, and then straight to the isolated tundra of the Arctic Circle, where
you will experience almost twenty four hours of daylight. There are lots
of campgrounds in the area for those who choose to stay for the night.
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The thousands of miles you conquer, the challenging
twists and turns, the picturesque sceneries you pass by, and the
extraordinary experiences you get to tell your friends and family back
home will make this journey to Alaska
all worth it. It is definitely one of the most memorable journeys in every
road trip planner's list.
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