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Pound for pound and inch for inch, The Milepostis the most valuable piece of luggage you could include on a trip to Alaska and northwestern Canada, whether you're going by plane, car, bus, or bicycle. No wonder they're celebrating their fiftieth anniversary as the "Bible of North Country Travel." This is not a fluff and nonsense production, because there's serious driving to cover when you're heading to Anchorage or Denali Park, and you need to know things, like what the major highways and roads contain, mile-by-mile, where there are gas stations, campgrounds, fishing, lodging, and food, what the geography is like and what road conditions to expect. There's even some information on the history of the lands and communities, and what attractions are nearby. The maps are exceptional and the abundance of information remarkable, making this the most irreplaceable of guides for a trip up north. --Stephanie GoldFrom the Publisher:
The MILEPOST annual travel guide to Alaska and northwestern Canada has been called the "bible" of North Country travel since it was first published in 1949. The Associated Press has called The MILEPOST "the quintessential reference." Recommended reading for anyone traveling to Alaska and the Yukon. Recent reviews in the New York Times (June 6, 2004, National Geographic Traveler (March and April, 2004), and Trailer life (March 2005). The MILEPOST has been the perennial best-selling travel guide to Alaska since the Alaska Highway first opened to the traveling public.
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Book Description Morris Communications Corp, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. 52nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX1892154021
Book Description Morris Communications Corp, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1892154021