Where It Goes: This remote Alaskan highway stretches from Seward to Anchorage, Alaska. Unlike many other byways here, which are scenic alternatives to interstates, Seward Highway is a primary highway, labeled Alaska Route-9 and Alaska Route-1.
Length: 125 miles
Driving Time: 2+ hours
Where to Stop: The byway takes you straight through Chugach National Forest, near Anchorage and surrounding Prince William Sound. It’s home to more bald eagles than the entire Lower 48 combined. Make sure to check out gorgeous Kenai Lake.Back to top