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The thousands of pages of information rely heavily on photography, both historic and current, to share our passion for this region.
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This Week's Features:
Yukon RVing: Squanga Lake Campground and the South Canol Road
We chose to camp at Squanga Lake Campground partially because of the lake, but more so because it's a great base to explore a bit of the South Canol Road.
Water fountains in the tundra
While tightroping on tussock heads in a bog off the Chandalar River, we saw a knee-high fountain of clear water in the tundra.
North Canol Road
A look at one of the Yukon's least-visited roads, from Ross River to the airstrip near MacMillan Pass (7:33).
The Mayo Valley Railway
Although most of the Yukon's railway-planning boom took place soon after the Klondike gold was discovered, new ones were still being incorporated in 1921.
Alaska/Yukon RV Travel Books
All the latest guide books (The Milepost 2015, Church's, Alaska for Dummies, etc), as well as the classics.