This is wild and felt necessary, so if you haven't seen it, here is a 2 hour vlog of the entire trip to Alaska! This goes together with the "living in my car" video and with the Alaska Trip Recap.
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This video chronicles the epic adventure that me and my 2 friends underwent in June of 2016. For years it had been a dream to road trip to Alaska, so in order to make that possible I felt it was necessary to purchase some kind of camper in order to make the trip financially feasible, because saying in hotels/motels the entire way would not have been cost effective. I ended up buying an older pop-up camper, Grace, who was my home for what would be the next 6 weeks.
Our itinerary took us to through Nevada, Utah, into Idaho where we spent our first night. Following I15 north through Montana, the Canadian border, and southern Alberta, spending our second night on the road just south of Red Deer, Alberta. Continuing north through Edmonton and the beginnings of the Great North to Fort Nelson, BC. From there we continued north and west to Whitehorse, Yukon to spend our 4th night on the road. From there it was through the desolate north up to Fairbanks, Alaska, our furthest north destination of the trip, only 90ish miles from the arctic circle. After a night in Fairbanks we traveled south to Denali National Park for 2 days of exploration in amazing weather conditions. A night in Anchorage followed Denali, then moving further south to Seward, Alaska, a town in the rugged costal range, surrounded by glaciers and tall peaks. We did a wale watching cruise in the driving rain and felt alive as I was drenched by water while trying to photograph the nature. From there we drove back up to the Alaska/Yukon border, where we began our trip south back through the mountains of BC- Deas Lake, Stewart/Hyder, Smithers, and finally Vancouver. The last few days of the trip took us down through the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, the coast of Oregon, and finally northern California, capping the 8500 mile, 19 day epic adventure.
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