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Driving Route

Glide quietly past the dense spruce forests of the British Columbia coastline, and along the shores of Alaska’s Inside Passage. A fleet of ferries carries passengers and vehicles along what is known as a marine highway – an interconnected network of communities accessible by sea.

Our Trip North

The Dennetts are traveling North to Alaska in July. Their trip begins in Oregon. They will travel the Alaska Highway and plan to arrive in Denali National Park around July 23 to meet friends. They will take a week or so to tour Denali, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the Kenai Peninsula and possibly Kodiak Island. They plan to return home via the Alaska Marine Highway ferry system and will stop in ports along the way to explore.

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