The Very First Road In Alaska Still Exists And Its History Is Captivating

Alaska is a relatively young state. Far before we even became a state, gold miners flocked to Alaska to explore the “Last Frontier.” What started as a pack trail, the Richardson Highway in Alaska is now one of the most scenic routes in the entire state. This road routinely gets added to many people’s bucket lists, and it’s no surprise why!

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Looking for more information on what’s located on the Richardson Highway? The handy Milepost has everything you need to plan your trip, from gas stations to the best places to take a picture! You can look at their online version here.

Have you traveled the Richardson Highway in Alaska? What was your favorite part of the road? Tell us in the comments!

Are you looking for a great place to sleep or eat while traveling down the Richardson Highway? Check out this Gorgeous Wilderness Lodge In Alaska Where The Buffalo Roam!