Alaska Highway Mile Zero, Dawson Creek

The Alaska Highway opened in 1948 and runs 1,387 miles from Dawson Creek, British Columbia (Mile Zero) to Delta Junction, Alaska. In British Columbia the Alaska Highway runs through three Provincial Parks (Muncho Lake, Laird River Hot Springs and Stone Mountain) as well as the Sikanni Chief Falls Protected Area. Buffalo are a common sight in the Muncho Lake area. On September 28 1996 the Alaska Highway was designated as the 16th International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
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7.  Downtown Dawson Creek Mile Zero marker

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5.  Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

5. Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

4. Stone Mountain Provincial Park

4. Stone Mountain Provincial Park

2. Muncho Lake Provincial Park

2. Muncho Lake Provincial Park

1. Alaska Highway Mile Zero Marker, Dawson Creek

1. Alaska Highway Mile Zero Marker, Dawson Creek

Alaska Highway Mile Zero

Alaska (Al-Can) Highway. Made a trip up the Al-Can Highway w/ a friend just after high school - drove from Colorado to Alaska, where we did a week-long canoe/camping trip on the Tanana River (Manley Hot Springs to Tanana).

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