We drove the Dalton Highway north of the Arctic Circle to the Brooks Range! We check-in from Coldfoot (midway point to Deadhorse/Prudoe Bay) to share with you our experience driving this infamous road along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and share some tips for making your own trek.
We slowed down for every vehicle we passed on the road, drove an average speed of 30-40 mph, and drove with caution. We thankfully did not get any flat tires or have any other incidents on the road (beside having a couple of frost heaves and potholes sneak up on us). Recommendations:
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