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Alaska Travel Planning Guide Released: 2015 Milepost

The Milepost Alaskan Guidebook

Thinking about a trip to the The Last Frontier? If you’ve got your sights set on a trek to Alaska, one essential guidebook you don’t want to miss out on is The Milepost. Published annually for the last 67 years (2015 is the 67th Edition), The Milepost is often referred to as the best travel book on Alaska.

The 2015 version has just been released, and you can pick up your copy here.

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What’s included in the 2015 version of the Milepost? 700 pages chock-full of information on:

  • highways
  • ferries
  • sightseeing options
  • essential services in the Yukon, British Columbia, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories
  • and much more…

The publisher says that,

The MILEPOST® is the “quintessential” travel guide to Alaska and the highways and byways of the North. Since 1949, this “bible of North Country Travel” has offered mile-by-mile logs of all Northern routes…travelers will find trip planning help and answers to frequently asked questions on such topics as wildlife viewing, crossing the border and traveling with pets.

Click here to get the 2015 Edition of The Milepost




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