Traveln' To Alaska in a Tiny Home!

Choosing a Route to Alaska:
After leaving Vancouver, we began our 2,000 mile trek to the largest and least populated state in the US. There are multiple ways to get to Alaska, including: 1). Ferry on the Alaska Marine Highway, 2). Drive the Alaska Highway, and finally, 3). Drive a series of less known / remote highways.
The Alaska Marine Highway has been the preferred method of transportation for other tiny houses going to Alaska, being that it’s the fastest route and requires the least amount of vehicle stress. It’s also the most expensive route. Going from Bellingham to Homer on a ferry with a tiny house, gigantic truck, two humans and one dog was priced at $7,300…. one way! This was simply not an option for us.
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That left us with either the Alaska Highway or the roads-less-traveled options, and we thought, why not do both? We’ll go north on the more remote highways and save the famous Alaska Highway for our trip south. Onward to our Alaskan adventure! Our first road-less-traveled is the Sea to Sky Highway.
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Once again, we were lucky enough to have an epic parking spot while in Whistler, we stayed five days on the Canadian Wilderness Adventures property thanks to our new friend Andy and our ability to be off-grid with our solar generator from Goal-Zero.Canadian-Wilderness-Adventures-0001
We didn’t want to leave our parking spot in Whistler, but if we were ever going to make it to Alaska we had to start making some progress. Andy was the last parking contact we had in Canada, so from here on out, we were on our own!
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