1 edition of Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska found in the catalog.
Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska
1989 by State of Alaska, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, available from The Survey in Fairbanks, AK (3700 Airport Way, Fairbanks 99709) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Guidebook, Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.|
|Statement||edited by Charles G. Mull and Karen E. Adams.|
|Series||Guidebook / Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys ;, 7, Guidebook (Alaska. Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys) ;, 7.|
|Contributions||Mull, Charles G., Adams, Karen E.|
|LC Classifications||QE84.D35 D35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||90620055|
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Dalton Highway (Livengood to Deadhorse) twitter email print If you’ve seen the TV show Ice Road Truckers, then you’re familiar with the James W. Dalton Highway, a mile stretch of gravel and dirt that runs from the town of Livengood Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay.
The Yukon River Camp is typically one of the first stops as your drive the Dalton Highway from Fairbanks to Deadhorse. Alaska book It is only 56 miles Dalton Highway the drive north. But if you pass it by on your way to Deadhorse then it’s worth a stop on your way back to Fairbanks as there is a nice view of the Yukon River and information you can gather from the.
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Most car rental companies prohibit travel on. The highway is named for James William Dalton, an arctic engineer involved in early oil exploration efforts on the North Slope.
Dalton Highway was built as a haul road between the Yukon River and Prudhoe Bay during construction of the trans-Alaska pipeline, and was originally called the North Slope Haul Road. Driving Alaska’s Dalton Highway Finding that there can be solace in solitude in a mile drive on one of America’s loneliest roads.
The Trans-Alaska. A trip along the Dalton Highway is an adventure that will take you on the only road in the United States to cross the Yukon River, Arctic Circle, and Brooks Range.
Named for James William Dalton, a North Slope engineer, the Dalton was originally developed as a haul road connecting the Yukon River and Prudhoe Bay during construction of the Trans. Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska (Bedrock geology of the eastern Koyukuk basin, central Brooks Range, and eastern Artic slope, Guide Book 7, Volume 2) [C.G.
Mull and K.E. Adams, Ann-Lillian Schell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. includes maps. The road was constructed for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and goes from the town of Deadhorse on Prudhoe Bay, all the way to Fairbanks. A road trip on the Dalton highway can take you to the majestic Yukon River region, while the Deadhorse area is home to herds of caribou, swans, eagles, polar bears, and the beautiful white arctic fox.
Ride back down the Dalton Highway with a new perspective. Recross the Arctic Circle and Yukon River. Arrive at Chena Hot Springs Resort and relax and soak in natural thermal hot springs. Stay at Chena Hot Springs Resort, Alaska. DAY 8 - Chena Hot Springs to Talkeetna, Alaska Experience the Alaska Range once again as you travel south through.
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The Dalton Highway stretches miles across northern Alaska from Livengood (84 miles north of Fairbanks) to Deadhorse and Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay oilfields of Prudhoe Bay. Built during construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in the s, this mostly Dalton Highway highway travels through rolling, forested hills, across the Yukon River and Arctic Circle, through the rugged Brooks Range, and over the North Slope.
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Dalton Highway Express: They can take you all or part of the way, with service twice a week. The fare is about $ plus extra charges for bicycles and excess gear, and takes 16 hours to Prudhoe Bay. The airfare starts to look a little better at this point. On this scenic 3-day road trip, journey along the Dalton Highway, past the Yukon River, and through the Brooks Mountain Range.
Along the way, stop at the Arctic Circle Trading Post in Joy, visit the historic town of Wiseman and the Prudhoe Bay oil fields, and traverse the Arctic Coastal Plain to.
Dalton Highway, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. likes. The James W. Dalton Highway, usually referred to as the Dalton Highway (and signed as Alaska Route 11), /5(11).
Alyeska built the mile haul road, now known as the Dalton Highway, from the Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, for $ million to supply the oil facilities on the North Slope.
The pipeline bridge across the 1, mile Yukon River is the only span across that river in Alaska. Get this from a library. Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska: bedrock geology of the eastern Koyukuk basin, central Brooks Range, and eastcentral Arctic Slope. [Charles G Mull; Karen E Adams;] -- This road log and guidebook to the bedrock geology of the Koyukuk Basin, Brooks Range and central Arctic Clope, in northwest Alaska, includes details of along the Dalton Highway from.
Published on Mar 7, In June of I left Chicago on what would be a s mile round trip to the Arctic Ocean. This film documents the 4 days I spent riding the famous haul road. The James W. Dalton Highway (, Visitor's Guide, also Alaska Route 11 or simply the "Dalton Highway" or "the Dalton") is a mile (km) road running through central and northern is one of only two roads in North America which cross the Arctic Circle (the other being the Dempster Highway in Yukon, Canada).It begins at Mile 73 of the Elliott Highway (Alaska Route 2) 84 mi ( This road log and guidebook to the bedrock geology of the Koyukuk Basin, Brooks Range and central Arctic Clope, in northwest Alaska, includes details of along the Dalton Highway from the Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay.
It constitutes the record of a field meeting of. Dalton Highway. The Dalton Highway is a mile/ km long highway that connects the Interior of Alaska to the far North. The Dalton begins at mile 73 on the Elliott Highway (78 miles north of Fairbanks) and ends at the town of Deadhorse, a few miles from Prudhoe Bay, site of North America’s largest oil Dalton Highway is the only road in Alaska that crosses the Arctic Circle.
The Yukon River Bridge, officially known as the E. Patton Bridge, is a girder bridge spanning the Yukon River in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United bridge carries both the Dalton Highway and the Alaska Pipeline in connecting Fairbanks with Deadhorse near the Arctic Ocean and the Prudhoe Bay Oil is the only bridge crossing of the Yukon in s: Yukon River.
The Dalton Highway, also known as “the haul road”, connects Fairbanks, Alaska with Deadhorse, Alaska and the Prudhoe Bay oil fields. This spectacular stretch of highway spans open tundra as well as the treacherous Brooks Range. The Dalton Hwy runs parallel to the Alaska Pipeline much of its length.
- The Dalton Highway - Alaska at BellaOnline. Located at the northernmost reaches of the U.S. road system, Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay sit on the coast of the Arctic Ocean at the heart of Alaska’s oil patch.
About Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay. Deadhorse is more of a work camp than a town in the traditional sense. It was established to support oil development in the surrounding area.
Rving Alaska: Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay, Tent Camping on the North Slope Alaska on the Dalton Highway or what is better known as the "haul road" made famous by the television show Ice Road.
Nov 1, - Explore orrtco's board "Prudhoe Bay, Alaska" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Prudhoe bay, Alaska and Prudhoe bay alaska.9 pins. The Dalton Highway slices through northern Alaska from Livengood to the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay. Built in as the service road for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the highway is not to be taken lightly.
It's a mostly gravel thoroughfare often ruled by wheelers. Services are few, and signs warn of everything from steep grades to avalanches. Prudhoe Bay / ˈ p r uː d oʊ / or Sagavanirktok is a census-designated place (CDP) located in North Slope Borough in the U.S.
state of of the census, the population of the CDP was 2, people, up from just 5 residents in ; however, at any given time, several thousand transient workers support the Prudhoe Bay oil airport, lodging, and general store are located at State: Alaska.
One of the world's most important salmon-breeding rivers, the Yukon River is also an epic course of adventure - from canoe and kayak expeditions to river floats. A principal means of transportation during the Klondike Gold Rush, this major watercourse is a mainstay for those venturing down the Dalton Highway, offering great opportunities for.
Tour Overview. A classic journey along one of the most remote roads anywhere in the world. Alaska’s Dalton Highway is the state’s lifeline to the Arctic and Far North ng in Fairbanks, the first day of this Alaska fully-guided van tour takes you north through the sub-arctic region, crossing the Arctic Circle to visit the tiny settlement of : Al Koch.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Dalton Highway Alaska Yukon River Prudhoe Bay Haul Road Ecology 7 Reports at the best Seller Rating: % positive. The Dalton Highway slices through northern Alaska from Livengood to the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay.
Built in as the service road for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the Completed: Driving the Dalton Highway, an unforgettable experience. Driving the Dalton Highway, one of the world’s most remote roads, is not for the faint of heart and can be challenging at times, but it is completely worth it!.
If you are planning to take this incredible Alaska road trip, this means you are a serious adventure seeker!. Get ready for the road trip of a lifetime as you travel Alaska. Driving on most American roads today is anything but a challenge.
They are mostly smooth, well lit, and generally safe. Alaska’s Dalton Highway, which takes you from Fairbanks, Alaska to the town of Deadhorse, is miles of the exact opposite!While portions are now paved, it began as a gravel road designed to bring oil field equipment to the edge of the Arctic Ocean.
Situated in the North Slope Borough of Arctic Alaska, Prudhoe Bay and the nearby company town of Deadhorse are amazing achievements of the thriving oil development and is home to the largest oil field in the United States. Travellers who are keen to explore the vast tundra, oilfields and touch the Arctic Ocean must arrange tours ahead of time from Fairbanks that navigate to the end of the.
Tire repair facilities are available at Mile 56 (Yukon Crossing), Mile (Coldfoot) and at road's end in Prudhoe Bay.
Not all rental companies allow their vehicles on the Dalton, so check ahead. Highway conditions can be ascertained by calling the Alaska Department of Transportation at () The Alaska Highway: road trip through the wilds fort st john, whitehorse, delta junction, teslin, muncho The Alaska Highway across Canada's British Columbia and Yukon is stunning, but even more memorable than the road trip itself are the people Anne Kostalas meets along the way The Alaska Highway: This is the road we took up to AK.
Dalton Highway Express operates June, July, and August First departure NORTH for will be Saturday, June 1, and the last departure SOUTH for will be Wednesday, 28 August The Dalton Highway ends at Deadhorse, Mile Deadhorse is the "public" part of Prudhoe Bay, a conglomeration of oil camps which is the official community (ZIP code ).
Though Deadhorse only has a permanent population of ab it offers full services for the traveller, from groceries to lodging, RV parking, car rentals and tours. The Dalton Highway. Built in to transport materials to oilfields on the North Slope, the Dalton Highway slices through northern Alaska, paralleling the Trans-Alaska Pipeline from Livengood to Prudhoe Bay.
The BLM manages public land on both sides of the highway from the Yukon River to Mile The state manages the land from there to.