Biking Alaska – Fairbanks to the Yukon.

Aug 19th 2013 — Alaska,Anchorage to Homer to Skagway,Biking — 8:21 pm

I believe these pictures cover 5 days of riding.

After Fairbanks we did two of our most mellow days, both consisted of 50 miles of flat riding in the sunshine. We were hot. We ate ice cream. It was grand.

We camped right in Delta Junction and from there it was 95 miles to Moon Lake, right outside of Tok. A consistent tailwind went a long way to make that distance seem to go by rather reasonably.

The stretch of road between Delta and Tok was extremely desolate, we had a car pass us about once every 15 minutes. The highway started to feel like a giant bicycle path.

After Tok it took us two days to cross the border into Canada.

Nice Grassy Area DA PIPELINE Braided River Bridge Yo Another Bridge Moon Lake Moon Lake Again Mountains Another Lake Random Name Visitor's Center

1 Comment »

  1. MOON LAKE IN THE MORNING WAS QUITE PLEASANT.
    THANK YOU FOR REMINDING ME OF THE DUCK LANDINGS.

    Comment by Busy S — August 25, 2013 @ 10:20 pm

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