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Old 12-02-2017, 04:09 AM   #1
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We are planning a trip up North to Alaska via the marine highway and return via the Yukon and B.C . Has any body made this trip ?
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Old 12-06-2017, 04:38 AM   #2
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I have, but on my GoldWing motorcycle, not my class B
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That's fantastic. Not easy, but the experience must be amazing.
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Taking the ferry one way is a very good idea. It saves a lot of driving. Made trip to Alaska in 2014. Drove up the Alcan Highway, started from Maryland though Minnesota. On return took BC ferry from Prince Rupert, on mainland west coast, to Port Hardy on northern end of Vancouver Island. Spent several days on the island and then took the Black Ball ferry from Victoria to Port Angeles, WA.

It was a great trip, for next trip to Alaska plan to take the Alaska Marine ferry both ways. Have fun!

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What are the rules for taking a pet from the US into Canada and back?
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What are the rules for taking a pet from the US into Canada and back?

Check the web sites for Canada and USA boarder authorities. Basically as I recall it mostly involves paperwork on vaccinations.


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Into Canada requires a health certification less than 30 days old, although we were never asked for it in '16. And current vaccines. Info is also available with a google search. Just check out Canadian customs for current rules and get it straight from the horse's mouth.

HTH.

I took a quick motorcycle trip up as far as Skagway back in '04. Went up the Cassiar back the Alcan. Marvelous. I have to get back and see the stuff I missed cuz I had to get back to worksux. Thankfully, that whole working thing is no longer an issue. Not sure iff'n it will be a Roadtrek or motorcycle adventure at this point. Maybe 2019.
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