The Longest Highway Tunnel In North America Is Right Here In Alaska And You’ll Want To Go Through It

The town of Whittier is perched right on the edge of a mountain pressed up against the Prince William Sound, and you have to get through that mountain to access the town. The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel does the job, and is North America’s longest highway tunnel. This amazing piece of architecture is a marvel and anyone in the area should head to Whittier as the town, and tunnel, are unforgettable.

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Learn about Whittier in Its Impossible Not To Love The Most Eccentric Town In Alaska and Follow This Picturesque Trail In Alaska For Staggering Views.

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