Guide to the Alaska Highway Paperback – Apr 26 2011
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The Guide to the Alaska Highway, by Ron Dalby, offers tips on what to pack for the trip, how to find fishing holes and where to camp. Plus, other essential advise for the journey." -The New York Times, July 2012
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Life-long Alaskan Ron Dalby and his wife, Jennifer, currently live full-time in their motorhome and drive the road once in each direction every year. Ron is a regular contributor to various RV publications such as MotorHome, Highways, and Coast to Coast. He lives in Palmer, AK. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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The author seems to be an avid fishermen, so this topic is well addressed.
He also devotes a huge chunk of the book to the various routes to Dawson Creek. You don't buy this book for a guide to driving from the myriad locations in the US to Dawson Creek. That's a different topic.
Little or no attention was given to hiking, mountain biking, or winter travel.
The major shortcoming was its lack of maps. A travel guide without good maps is, well, unacceptable.