Leaving Valdez in Alaska we headed towards Dawson City in Canada. We spent a restful night at Blueberry National Recreation campground close to Thompson pass.
And after a cinnamon role and self-brewed-coffee breakfast, which is quite unusual when we are camping, we took off for the first attraction of the day.
We crossed Thompson pass at an altitude of 855m and drove right into the clouds.
And soon after arrived at Worthington glacier.
This glacier is one of the few which is easily accessible. We made use of this fact and managed to get really close and all over it.
After we continued the Richardson highway towards Tok. Some impressions from along the way.
Cooling off by dangling our feet in a river 😉
And some stretching…
We passed through the town Chicken…
And more breathtaking sceneries.
That evening we camped in Tok and next morning headed towards the “Top of the World” highway which would lead us to Dawson City.
In the middle of nowhere we arrived at the US/Canadian border at Little Gold Creek:
After leaving Alaska and entering Canada some things change:
The “Top of the World” highway leads along a ridgeline with beautiful views of the uninhabited region.
Until we arrived in Dawson City.