Dalton Highway

Corridor - Alaska

The Dalton Highway stretches 414 miles across northern Alaska from Livengood (84 miles north of Fairbanks) to Deadhorse and the oilfields of Prudhoe Bay. Built during construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in the 1970s, this mostly gravel highway travels through rolling, forested hills, across the Yukon River and Arctic Circle, through the rugged Brooks Range, and over the North Slope to the Arctic Ocean. Along most of its length, you'll see no strip malls, no gift shops, no service stations, just forest, tundra, and mountains, crossed by a ribbon of road and pipe.

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Map of Dalton Highway from Coldfoot to Deadhorse in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Dalton Highway - Coldfoot to Deadhorse

Map of Dalton Highway from Coldfoot to Deadhorse in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Map of Dalton Highway from Fairbanks to Coldfoot in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Dalton Highway - Fairbanks to Coldfoot

Map of Dalton Highway from Fairbanks to Coldfoot in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Map of Winter Caribou Hunter Access in Fortymile / Steese Highway, Game Management Unit 25C (GMU) area in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).GMU 25C - Fortymile Caribou Hunter Access Winter 2021/2022

Map of Winter Caribou Hunter Access in Fortymile / Steese Highway, Game Management Unit 25C (GMU) area in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Map of the Steese and White Mountains Area: Fortymile Caribou Hunt Access for Summer Hunters (May 1 - Oct. 14) in the Game Management Unit 25C (GMU) area in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).GMU 25C - Steese and White Mountain Area

Map of the Steese and White Mountains Area: Fortymile Caribou Hunt Access for Summer Hunters (May 1 - Oct. 14) in the Game Management Unit 25C (GMU) area in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

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Visitor Guide to Dalton Highway in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Dalton Highway - Guide 2020

Visitor Guide to Dalton Highway in Alaska. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Dalton Highway Corridor https://www.blm.gov/visit/dalton-highway The Dalton Highway stretches 414 miles across northern Alaska from Livengood (84 miles north of Fairbanks) to Deadhorse and the oilfields of Prudhoe Bay. Built during construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in the 1970s, this mostly gravel highway travels through rolling, forested hills, across the Yukon River and Arctic Circle, through the rugged Brooks Range, and over the North Slope to the Arctic Ocean. Along most of its length, you'll see no strip malls, no gift shops, no service stations, just forest, tundra, and mountains, crossed by a ribbon of road and pipe.

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