2 edition of Recreational resources of the Alaska highway and other roads in Alaska. found in the catalog.
Recreational resources of the Alaska highway and other roads in Alaska.
United States. National Park Service.
|Statement||United States Department of the interior, Harold L. Ickes, secretary. National park service, Newton B. Drury, director. December 1944.|
|LC Classifications||F909 .U6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., v-xvi, 83 p.|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||46025517|
Alaska Highway Preconstruction Manual Glossary J Clear Runout Area: The additional clear zone space that is needed because a portion of the suggested clear zone falls on a non-recoverable slope. The width of the clear runout area is equal to portion of the clear zone distance that is located on the non-recoverable slope. Strap on your seat belts: we’re about to show you over RV Parks & Campgrounds around Alaska! You can filter by type, price, and feature—such as whether an RV Park has toilets, showers, laundry, wifi, restaurant, cell coverage, dump station, seward, TV, Fires, or is wheelchair can also search for RV Parks that have nearby hiking, nearby fishing, or a playground.
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The highway was constructed during World War II for the purpose of connecting the contiguous United States to Alaska through Canada. It begins at the junction with several Canadian highways in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, and runs to Delta Junction, Alaska (which is known for the official end of the highway), via Whitehorse, Yukon. We have detailed maps of every major highway in Alaska, the Yukon and northern BC. Our maps of Alaska provide mileages between major stops, points of interest, parking and rest areas as well as campgrounds and recreation areas. If you plan to drive these highways in Alaska and the north, don’t start without our detailed Alaska road maps!
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Recreational Resources of the Alaska Highway and Other Roads in Alaska. MENU. Cover. Contents. Foreword. Introduction. Summary. The Allure of Alaska. Means of Access to Alaska. Major Roads of Alaska. Provisions for Recreational Use.
A Plan for Recreational Facilities. Putting the Plan into Effect. Recreational Resources of the Alaska Highway. Recreational Resources of the Alaska Highway and Other Roads in Alaska.
Chapter I: THE ALLURE OF ALASKA. From its drives the tourist will be able to view animal life in greater numbers and in more variety than from any other road in Alaska which he may travel.
The park is located in the south central part of the Territory, and reached by. The Alaska and all other highways in the Territory will be more attractive to tourists if treated with some measure of surfacing beyond the mere gravel wearing coat.
Climatic conditions and amount of use per mile involved place concrete paving beyond the limits of economic consideration. The Alaska Highway has made this possible, but unless procurement of food and lodging along the way is made easy, little travel will result.
The indirect consequences of postwar use of the roads of Alaska can hardly be appraised in dollars-and-cents value to the Territory and to the nation. Get this from a library. Recreational resources of the Alaska highway and other roads in Alaska. [United States. National Park Service.].
A PLAN FOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES. After considering the character and volume of usewhich may be made of the roads in Alaska, the ways in which they must beimproved if recreational use is to be commensurate with opportunitiesoffered, and types of facilities which must be provided for theconvenience of users, the next step is to plan for devoting torecreational use such lands along the highways.
1 The Historic Overview of Alaska Roads (February ) is the first component of the study. 2 For a brief discussion of the applicability of Alaska Road PA and Federal-Aid Highway Program funding of the FHWA on Alaska’s roads see Section 1 – Introduction in the Historic Overview of Alaska Roads, prepared by Mead & Hunt, Size: KB.
The Alaska Highway starts in Dawson Creek, British Columbia and ends Delta Junction, Alaska. From Dawson Creek, the Alaska Highway runs km/ miles to Lower Post where it enters the Yukon.
It then winds its way through the Yukon for another km/ miles, passing through Whitehorse and crossing into Alaska at mile /km The MILEPOST®: Legendary Alaska trip planner and Alaska travel guide to the highways, roads, ferries, lodgings, recreation, sightseeing attractions and services along the Alaska Highway to and within Alaska, including Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories and the Yukon.
Find trip planning help and frequently asked questions about highway travel by RV, auto, caravan or motorcycle. The MV Lituya will provide limited weekly replacement service for the Inter-Island Ferry Authority, (IFA) from Ketchikan to Hollis starting on Thursday, May 28th, through Thursday, June 11th.
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Statewide Environmental Office Resources Book: Historic Roads of Alaska. In Alaska you can find a lot of history right under your tires.
And now a book produced by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Historic Roads of Alaska, provides a highly visual account of some of this state’s most storied roads.
Featured roads range from the Southeast Panhandle to the Nome area, and. His most successful book, “The Alaska Highway: An Insider’s Guide,” though out of print for nearly a decade, is still available on ’s used book list. This earlys book has been replaced with this “Guide to the Alaska Highway.” All of his writings are illustrated by photos he has taken himself/5().
Before you hit the road you want to make sure your vehicle is ready to take on driving to Alaska and that the car is packed with these 12 essential items. We recently embarked on an epic Alaskan road trip driving from Milwaukee Wisconsin to Alaska in our DIY campervan.
Alcan Highway Map. Recreational resources of the Alaska highway and other roads in Alaska. United States Department of the interior, Harold L. Ickes, secretary. National park service, Newton B. Drury, director. Whether contemplating a trip up the Alaska Highway, or already packed and ready to go, travelers ask The MILEPOST® many of the same questions each year about what to expect along this pioneer road.
And no wonder there are questions: The Alaska Highway traverses a vast wilderness in a remote expanse of North America, from Mile 0 at Dawson Creek, BC, to Delta Junction, AK, at Historical Mile. The State of Alaska’s Road to Resources program has achieved its intended purpose and is positioned for future opportunities as Alaska’s rich natural resources continue to be explored, developed and harvested in a manner that best serves all stakeholders.
Alaska has ab miles of roads, but less than 5, miles are paved. Be prepared when driving Alaska's highways and backcountry roads. Make sure you have a spare tire and a map, and check with BLM offices, Department of Transportation, or Alaska State Troopers along the way for road closures.
Dalton Highway Brochure; Dalton Highway. Know your Alaskan highways | Know the Conditions 6 Things to Know About Roads in Alaska: Summer is construction season. Weather is unpredictable.
Roads conditions are rough. Most rental car companies won't tow a car if it's broken down on a dirt road. Some gas stations only operate seasonally. There is a 92 mile stretch with no gas stations between Alaska's two largest cities, Anchorage and.
To explore the road less traveled, take the Old Glenn Highway to Palmer, a back road that feels like old Alaska.
This mile country road cuts through the heart of Alaska’s farmland and is a scenic, quiet alternative between Anchorage and Palmer. The road accesses state parks and recreation areas, petting zoos, and hiking trails and passes.
Alaska Roads Historic Overview. Applied Historic Context of Alaska’s Roads. Prepared for. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public FacilitiesFile Size: 6MB. Exit to the Old Alaska Highway and Historic Kiskatinaw Curved Bridge and Kiskatinaw Provincial Park.
Constructed inthis ft. long bridge was the first of its kind in Canada and is now the only curved, banked trestle bridge in Western Canada. Kiskatinaw Provincial Park is 3 miles/ km from the exit to the Old Alaska Highway.Response: It's true that section-line easements and RS rights-of-way are highway easements.
But Alaska law defines highway uses very broadly, all the way down to a "trail" or "walk" (AS (9)), and says such easements can also be used for utilities. So DNR's regulations couldn't limit their use to future road construction.minor local roads that provide residential or recreational access.
May take up to 30 hours to clear after a winter storm. PRIORITY LEVEL 5: roadways that are designated as “No Winter Maintenance” routes, e.g. Denali Highway or Taylor Highway. Generally cleared only in spring to open road for summer traffic.