AL CAN HIGHWAY

Discussion in 'Destinations' started by respiterri, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. respiterri

    respiterri New Member

    WE ARE SETTING OUT FOR A BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY UP THE ALCAN HIGHWAY IN MAY. WE LEAVE MINNEAPOLIS AND HEAD NORTH , WANT TO HIT GLACIER NATIONAL PARK IN MONTANA, BANFF, JASPER, LAKE LOUISE THE ICEFIELDS AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT GETS IN OUR PATH . ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR SIGHTSEEING, PLACES TO STAY, AVOID...... :question:
     
  2. utmtman

    utmtman Senior Member

    Re: AL CAN HIGHWAY

    If you have a large rv 5er, motor home, and so on plan on staying outside of Glacier and driving thru with your truck or car. Check in advance on road conditions on alcan come may it has been known to still be snowy and icy.
     
  3. Wind River

    Wind River New Member

    Re: AL CAN HIGHWAY

    As I recall the Going To The Sun Highway in Glacier has a 24' length limit and no trailers. Best check road conditions in the above parks that early in the season. Some roads may not be open in the mountainous areas.
     
  4. oldhippie

    oldhippie New Member

    Re: AL CAN HIGHWAY

    :cool: Did I make a mistake the last two years.I like traveling over on I90west and each time i make the mistake of
    the Sturis run.I always pick the wrong time. :dead:
     
  5. Robbie

    Robbie New Member

    Re: AL CAN HIGHWAY

    I am interested in the Al Can and the condition of the road from anyone who has been recently. I have 5 year old tires on my MH and although they are in great shape am concerned about what I have heard about the condition of the road surface. Can some one give me some info/advice? :8ball:
     
  6. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Re: AL CAN HIGHWAY

    Hey Robbie, welcome to the forum. Personally I wouldn't go that far on suspect roads with 5 year old tires. Just my opinion.
     

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