- Oct 4, 2012
- Rabbit Creek, Alaska
If you see anybody. I've driven it in the winter where I saw 200 bison and no other cars for 6 hours. Be prepared to camp in your rig for a couple days just in case. Buy a current Milepost book (about $40 but worth it) and study the gas stops. Not all gas stations are open in the winter and the ones that are could close at like 6 or 7 pm in YT. Carry several jerry cans to be sure. Canadian border officials didn't bat an eye when I had them strapped on the roof of my rig.
Originally Posted By: landtoy80
From what I have read, people are more likely to render assistant on the AK hwy than most other places in winter.