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by Ed Readicker-Henderson,Lyn Readicker-Henderson

  • Author: Ed Readicker-Henderson,Lyn Readicker-Henderson
  • ISBN: 1556508247
  • ISBN13: 978-1556508240
  • ePub: 1769 kb | FB2: 1248 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Hunter Pub Inc; 2nd edition (April 1998)
  • Pages: 390
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 899
  • Format: mobi docx txt lit
Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway (2nd ed) ePub download

Ed Readicker-Henderson A one-stop resource for Alaska-bound travelers, this book has over 30 maps and color photos.

Ed Readicker-Henderson. The far north was once a land feared by many, traveled by few. Now it's the kind of place people travel hundreds of miles to visit. This is the most detailed guide to traveling the Alaska Highway, a road that is a feat of engineering in itself. The authors detail all the major towns along the way from British Columbia through the Yukon to Alaska and Prudhoe Bay, including Fairbanks, Anchorage, Dawson City, Skagway, and more. A one-stop resource for Alaska-bound travelers, this book has over 30 maps and color photos.

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. An entire chapter is dedicated to the Alaska Marine Highway, a ferry service that serves as a lifeline to Alaska's coastal towns. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Adventure Guide Alaska Highway. 30+ maps, color photos. Edward Readicker-Henderson is a beekeeper turned regular writer and contributor to "National Geographic Traveler, Sierra", and others, and has won numerous awards for his writing.

by Ed Readicker-Henderson (Author), Lynn Readicker-Henderson .

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I'm also a writer, and my Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway became my de facto notebook on the trip-post-it notes of every color peek out from its pages; notes line the margins. There are a finite number of places to stop along the Alaska Highway; most guidebooks will give you pretty much all of them. What makes this one different is its tone. Books related to Alaska Highway Adventure Guide.

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The Alaska Highway provides a route to Alaska's untouched North. This guide explores the sights and activities along its route, from the Indian settlements and wildlife refuges to activities such as scuba diving, hiking, paragliding, waterskiing and rafting.
Nicanagy
Just old news....some good points, but OLD. Needs updating. The author needs to bring into the current decade......pictures are dated....old is all I can say. Some good info IF it's still accurate...I'll find out on my 55 day trip....
Getaianne
Okay. but a bit disappointing.
LadyShlak
Very interesting and down to earth
Will take the book to Alaska
Niwield
Good Book for referance
Centrizius
I recently rode my motorcycle up the Alaska Highway and space was pretty limited. I photocopied pages out of various other books, but brought this one along intact.

It stayed in my tankbag every day, was brought out at every meal, and was pored over in hotel rooms at night. I'm also a writer, and my Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway became my de facto notebook on the trip -- post-it notes of every color peek out from its pages; notes line the margins.

There are a finite number of places to stop along the Alaska Highway; most guidebooks will give you pretty much all of them. What makes this one different is its tone. The authors obvious enjoy both the road and writing about it. Personal anecdotes are lightly sprinkled into the text, giving the impression that yes, the authors know what they're talking about. I learned little bits of history about the areas I rode through; not so much that it weighed down the book, but just enough to pique my interest and send me scampering to the library once I got back.

Also, the book is laid out very well. The font is easy on the eyes; bold section headers made it easy to find what I was looking for, even while balancing the book on my tankbag after pulling to the side of some gravelly road in the middle of nowhere.
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