A Float and Drive to the Far North
Alaska’s Marine Highway
The Alaska Marine Highway, beginning in Bellingham, Washington, and ending in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, is really no highway at all. It’s a series of ferry crossings that connect 30 ports and 3,500 miles of the most breathtaking coastline on the planet. To navigate it, you’ll cruise through the waters of the famed Inside Passage, with your truck onboard, watching as bald eagles soar above the trees while orcas breach off the bow. The boat stops every few hours, and you can get off, explore the area, and drive inland into the mountains. When it’s time to move on, just check the ferry schedule and off you go. — K.D.
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