Alaska & Canada Adventure

15 days
Difficulty Level
USA & Canada
4600 km

Alaska & Canada Adventure

Embark on the “Alaska & Canada Adventure” tour, an exhilarating expedition that delves into the heart of Alaska and explores the rugged beauty of the Canadian Rockies. This journey is a visual feast, showcasing abundant wildlife and breathtaking landscapes, starting in Anchorage and concluding in Seattle.

As you travel along the legendary Alaska Highway, you’ll be immersed in rolling foothills, expansive northern forests, and awe-inspiring mountains. This adventure is not only about riding on some of North America’s finest motorcycle routes but also offers the chance to encounter wildlife such as bears, bison, and moose.

Tracing the historic Klondike Gold Rush, the route takes you through Central Alberta, British Columbia, and Glacier National Park, connecting you with significant sites of the past. T


Motorcycle/Car rental w/unlimited milage
1st choice vehicle model class
Shared room in biker-friendly hotels
Continental breakfast at most hotels
Entrance fees Nat. parks
Welcome meeting
Multi-lingual Tour leader
Transport to rental company
Support van w/ luggage
State min. SLI insurance
Loss damage Waiver
Half-shell helmet
Tour PDF w/route description.
Pictures from the tour
NOT Included
Optional attractions
Vehicle model guarantee
Security deposit for LDW
Food and beverages
LDW Zero & insurance upgrades
Anything not listed in “Included” above



Day 1: Arrival Anchorage, Alaska

Welcome to Anchorage, Alaska!

Discover the charm of Anchorage, your portal to Alaska’s marvels. In the heart of downtown, wildlife sightings add thrill to city ventures. Dive into the lively waterfront, embark on a scenic Alaska Railroad journey, get up close with native animals at the Wildlife Conservation Center, or savor local brews. Anchorage is more than a city; it’s the beginning of an extraordinary Alaskan adventure.


Day 2: Anchorage - Glennallen, AK

(Driving day 1: 289 km/179 miles)

Embark on the enchanting Alaska & Canada Adventure tour! Kicking off with bikes revved, we set off on a 2,900 miles journey through Alaska’s wilds, the historic Klondike Gold Rush lands, and the majestic Canadian Rockies & National Parks. As Anchorage vanishes in our rearview, we head south, bound for an adventure teeming with unforgettable moments.

Our first day promises awe-inspiring rides along the Glenn Highway beside the scenic Matanuska River. Prepare for up-close encounters with the stunning Matanuska Glacier, a sight that’s sure to leave you spellbound. Ready your cameras for these breathtaking vistas, marking the start of a journey filled with wonder.


Day 3: Glennallen - Beaver Creek, YT

(Driving day 2: 399 km/249 miles)

We conclude our journey on the Glenn Highway as we arrive in Tok, setting the stage for our next chapter on the renowned Alaska Highway. We’ll traverse or skirt the edges of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, where breathtaking views and stunning landscapes await.

As the day draws to a close, we cross into Canada, making our final stop in Beaver Creek. Here, we find ourselves in the heart of the legendary Yukon Gold Rush territory, ready to explore the rich history and wild beauty of this fabled land.


Day 4: Beaver Creek - Whitehorse, YT

(Driving day 3: 446 km/277 miles)

Our journey on the Alaska Highway unfolds with the majestic Wrangell-St. Elias Mountains serving as a picturesque backdrop. Heading south, we pause to marvel at the stunning beauty of Kluane Lake, a highlight of our adventure. Following this serene encounter, we reach Haines Junction, the welcoming gateway to Kluane National Park and a haven for breathtaking natural vistas.

Fully immersed in the splendor of these landscapes, we then proceed to Whitehorse, the vibrant capital of northwest Canada’s Yukon territory, famously known for its rich “Gold Rush” history. This leg of our ride is a mesmerizing blend of natural beauty and historical intrigue, showcasing some of the most awe-inspiring sights the region has to offer.


Day 5: Whitehorse - Watson Lake, BC

(Driving day 4: 438 km/272 miles)

Heading southeast on the breathtaking Alaska Highway, our ride becomes even more scenic as we pass the serene Marsh and Teslin Lakes, showcasing the tranquil beauty of the region. Upon arriving at Watson Lake, we’re greeted by the extraordinary Signpost Forest, an iconic collection of road signs that began with a homesick US Army GI during the construction of the highway. This unique landmark, filled with thousands of signs from travelers worldwide, offers a fascinating glimpse into the journeys and stories of others.

It’s a day filled with stunning landscapes and memorable moments, perfect for adding our own mark to the Signpost Forest and capturing memories that will last a lifetime.


Day 6: Watson Lake - Muncho Lake, BC

(Driving day 5: 274 km/171 miles)

Today promises to be yet another remarkable day on the Alaska Highway as we journey south towards the stunning Muncho Lake. Renowned for its vivid turquoise waters and nestled within the rugged northern Rockies, Muncho Lake is a quintessential “must-stop” destination for anyone traveling this historic route. Its breathtaking beauty offers a perfect backdrop for reflection and relaxation.

Additionally, this leg of the journey is known for excellent wildlife spotting opportunities, making it an ideal day for nature enthusiasts to catch a glimpse of the diverse fauna that calls this region home. Keep your cameras at the ready for both the scenic landscapes and the chance to observe wildlife in their natural habitat.


Day 7: Muncho Lake - Fort Nelson, BC

(Driving day 6: 239 km/149 miles)

Departing from the stunning vistas of Muncho Lake on the Alaska Highway, we set our course towards Fort Nelson. This segment of our journey promises yet another day of spectacular riding, enveloped by the picturesque scenery that defines this region. The road to Fort Nelson is framed by the natural beauty of the northern wilderness, offering a blend of serene landscapes and the rugged allure of the Canadian Rockies.


Day 8: Fort Nelson - Dawson Creek, Yukon

(Driving day 7: 453 km/282 miles)

TToday, we embark on the final leg of our Alaska Highway journey, heading southward toward Dawson Creek. Along the way, we’ll traverse the iconic Kiskatinaw Bridge, a 531-foot marvel and the sole surviving original bridge on this historic route, preserving the highway’s enduring legacy.

Dawson Creek, affectionately known as the “Mile 0 City,” represents the southern terminus of the Alaska Highway. This significant spot serves as the starting or ending point for an awe-inspiring passage through some of the North’s most breathtaking landscapes.

In Dawson Creek, we’ll come together to celebrate the culmination of our adventure on the renowned Alaska Highway, a journey filled with awe-inspiring scenery and historical significance.


Day 9: Dawson Creek - Jasper, Alberta

(Driving day 8: 535 km/334 miles)

Today, our journey continues along the picturesque highways of 40 and 43 as we venture southward towards the enchanting destination of Jasper. Upon reaching Entrance, our route gracefully transitions onto the captivating Yellowhead Highway, guiding us through the awe-inspiring landscapes of Jasper National Park. Ultimately, this scenic path leads us to the charming mountain village of Jasper, nestled in the heart of Alberta.

Jasper holds a cherished spot in our hearts, as it serves as the starting point for Canada’s renowned Route 93, often referred to as the Icefield Highway. This breathtaking highway stretches from Jasper all the way to the stunning lakeside village of Lake Louise in Alberta. Our anticipation mounts as we look forward to the remarkable experiences and vistas that await us on this unforgettable journey through the Canadian Rockies.


Day 10: Jasper - Banff, Alberta

(Driving day 9: 288 km/179 miles)

Prepare for an exhilarating highway adventure that unquestionably earns its place among the top ten motorcycle rides in North America. We’re embarking on Canada’s legendary Highway 93, better known as the Icefield Highway or Banff – Jasper Highway. This route will lead us through breathtaking glacial peaks and across some of Canada’s most awe-inspiring ice fields. Brace yourself for a day of riding that’s sure to be etched in your memory as one of the greatest!

As the sun sets, we’ll revel in the vibrant atmosphere of Banff, Alberta, nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains. This charming town is renowned for its welcoming residents, delectable cuisine, and lively nightlife.


Day 11: Banff, Alberta

(Explorer & fun day)

A great day ahead, with the option to embark on two exciting adventures. Start your morning with a gondola ride to the mountain top, where breathtaking views await. Afterward, hop on your bike and ride to Lake Minnewanka. Finally, take a leisurely stroll through Banff, the enchanting town nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.


Day 12: Banff - Kamloops, BC

(Driving day 10: 288 km/179 miles)

Today promises an unforgettable journey as we traverse twisting roads amidst stunning landscapes. Our adventure begins on the renowned Highway 1, taking us through the picturesque beauty of Banff and Yoho National Park. We’ll then be treated to the breathtaking vistas of Glacier National Park, the 10th jewel in the nation’s collection of national parks, celebrated for its profound glacial valleys and rugged peaks. For motorcycle enthusiasts, this route is a sensory delight, featuring exceptional riding terrain.

Our expedition carries on through the captivating landscapes of Mount Revelstoke National Park, with its winding, scenic roads, leading us to the charming city of Kamloops. Get ready for an incredible day of riding and exploration.


Day 13: Kamloops - Osoyoos, BC

(Driving day 11: 288 km/190 miles)

Our journey transitions from the mountainous terrain to Canada’s renowned wine country. We set our course southward, embarking on a delightful ride along Highway 97, meandering through picturesque vineyards and alongside the famous Okanagan Lake. Our ultimate destination is Osoyoos, where we’ll indulge in a delightful evening, savoring locally sourced produce and the charm of this enchanting locale.


Day 14: Osoyoos - Seattle, WA

(Driving day 12: 439 km/274 miles)

As our enchanting Alaskan and Canadian adventure draws to a close, we embrace our final day of exploration. Crossing the US border, we continue to savor the delights of Highway 97 South before veering onto Highway 2. This scenic route guides us through the breathtaking Okanogan-Wenatchee National Park, a fitting grand finale to our journey.

Subsequently, we make our way to Seattle, where we bid farewell to our trusty bikes and trade in our riding gear for lightweight summer attire. The afternoon is reserved for leisurely activities around the hotel, allowing us to soak in the last moments of this remarkable journey. In the evening, we gather for a heartfelt farewell dinner, cherishing the memories created before embarking on our homeward bound adventure.


Day 15: Departure Seattle - Home travel

Our incredible Alaska & Canadian Adventures have come to an end, and it’s time to bid adieu. Our group will be transported to the airport via shuttle for your return journey. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for joining us on this fantastic ride, creating cherished memories, and entrusting us with your travel experience.

As you make your way back home, we wish you a safe and pleasant journey. We hope to have the pleasure of hosting you again on one of our upcoming tours, whether it’s in the United States, South America, Asia, Africa, Oceania, or Europe.

Please note: Due to the time difference, travelers from Europe will arrive home the day after departing the US.

Keep in mind that this itinerary serves as a general guideline for the tour’s activities and experiences. While deviations may occur, rest assured that our dedicated tour leaders will make every effort to execute the program as described, to the best of their ability and considering the circumstances. We are committed to continuously improving our program, so you may encounter some delightful surprises along the way.

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