Road Log of the South Klondike Highway

One of my more successful projects has been what has become known as “Murray’s Guide“, a 34-page mile-by-mile guide to the South Klondike Highway from Skagway to the Alaska Highway. After several years of charging $5 for a pdf copy of it, I’ve just posted a free version of it – much shorter than the paid version, but still more complete and much more current than the other 2 guides to that highway worth noting, Bell’s and the one published by the Skagway News. You can see it by clicking on the screenshot below.

Edit: I’ve bought the guide its own domain,

Free edition of Murray's Guide to the Klondike Highway


Road Log of the South Klondike Highway — 3 Comments

  1. That’s neat and would be very handy. Is there a PDF version of it. I may get the paid version and put it on my Kindle.

  2. The paid version is a pdf, but if you “Print” the road log page and select “pdf” you can create your own (it’s 5 pages that way).

  3. You mention ‘The Fantail Trail’. Do you have a bird called a fantail? We have a native bird, the fantail (Piwakawaka), which is very friendly. It lives on bush edge areas – we are near the Waitakeres, so see quite a few at our place. It fans its little tail and flits and flickers around very close to you when you are outside in the garden – probably hoping that whatever we are doing will turn up insects, etc. for it to catch!