NORTH TO ALASKA ADVENTURE
Ride the famous Alaska Highway! This 2,800-mile north to Alaska motorcycle tour on paved roads that starts in Portland, Oregon and travels through western Canada to Anchorage, Alaska. Enjoy a 11-day, fully supported, trip of a lifetime with postcard scenery around every turn. This ride offers especially good wildlife viewing opportunities!
Road Conditions: This motorcycle adventure features an all-paved itinerary with sections of road construction. Scenery is limitless as you make your way from Portland, Oregon, through Washington State and Canada to Alaska. During May, there are a high level of animals on and around the road. Get ready to see more wildlife than expected!
|Arrival||Departure||*Double Occupancy||*Single Occupancy||*Couples Package|
|May 17, 2024||May 28, 2024||$5,750||$6,850||$10,100|
|May 16, 2025||May 27, 2025||$6,050||$7,200||$10,600|
*Double Occupancy - Base Bike with a Shared Room
*Single Occupancy - Base Bike with Your Own Room
*Couples Package - Two Participants on One Base Bike in One Private Room
|Own Bike||BMW F 750 GS||BMW F 850 GS||BMW R 1250 GS|
DAY 1 - Arrival in Portland, Oregon: Your motorcycle adventure starts with your arrival in Portland. Hotel check-in. Meet the other riders in the group at the Welcome Dinner this evening. Stay in Portland, Oregon.
DAY 2 - Portland, OR to Leavenworth, WA (288 Miles): Begin your motorcycle trip by crossing the Columbia River and heading into the Gifford-Pinchott National Forest in Washington. After a great day riding the Cascade Mountains, you will arrive at the small Bavarian town of Leavenworth. Stay in Leavenworth, WA.
DAY 3 - Leavenworth, WA to Okanagan Valley, BC (266 Miles): Ride some twisties through Washington and arrive at the Canadian border. Continue riding on to the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. Stay in the Okanagan Valley, BC.
DAY 4 - Okanagan Valley, BC to Quesnel, BC (350 Miles): Motorcycle the curvaceous mountain roads and through the rolling farmland of southern British Columbia. Continue North on the "Gold Rush Trail" towards the Cariboo Gold Fields. Stay in Quesnal, BC.
DAY 5 - Quesnel, BC to Dawson Creek, BC (325 Miles): Journey down the John Hart Highway at Prince George, BC and climb over the Rocky Mountains on your way to the beginning of the Alaska Highway in Dawson Creek, BC. Stay in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
DAY 6 - Dawson Creek, BC to Ft. Nelson, BC (280 Miles): Enjoy the wide-open spaces of this isolated part of Canada. Look for wildlife along the road including Buffalo, Black and Grizzly Bears, Elk and Big Horn Sheep. Stay in Ft. Nelson, BC.
DAY 7 - Ft. Nelson, BC to Liard Hot Springs, BC (189 Miles): This section of road follows the original route blazed in 1942. Ride past sweeping views, pristine lakes, rivers, and wildlife. Relax in the natural hot springs at Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park this evening. Stay at Liard Hot Springs, BC.
DAY 8 - Liard Hot Springs, BC to Whitehorse, YT (400 Miles): Enter gold country today. Cross into the Yukon Territory as you ride your touring motorcycle north. Welcome to the headwaters of the Yukon River. Stay in Whitehorse, YT.
DAY 9 - Free day in Whitehorse, YT (Up to 220 Miles): It’s your vacation; enjoy the day, as you will. Check our Whitehorse with its gold rush history and diverse culture. Whitehorse has much to offer! You may want to participate in an world-class day ride to Skagway, Alaska, and back. Stay in Whitehorse.
DAY 10 - Whitehorse, YT to Tok, AK (385 Miles): Ride beside the snow-capped Kluane Range of Kluane National Park. Cruise along the shores of Kluane Lake on your way to the Alaska border. Enjoy more open roads and wildlife. Stay in Tok, Alaska.
DAY 11 - Tok, AK to Anchorage, AK (320 Miles): Ride past Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in the U.S. Travel a designated National Forest Scenic Byway, the Glenn Highway. Reunite that evening in Anchorage for the Farewell Dinner. Stay in Anchorage, Alaska.
DAY 12 - Fly Home or keep the dream alive. The next motorcycle adventure vacation awaits!
THE GEAR TO BRING
MotoQuest guides wear KLIM helmets, jackets, pants and gloves, and we outfit our motorcycles with luggage and accessories from Twisted Throttle. You can view and download our complete MotoQuest packing list here.
MotoQuest Staff on Tour
Included With the Tour
- Hotel Accommodations
- Premiere Welcome and Farewell Dinners
- Professional MotoQuest Guide(s)
- Support Vehicle
- Support Vehicle Driver
- Staff Trained in First Aid with Satellite Phone
- MotoQuest Swag Bag
- Photos Taken on the Trip
- Automatic Enrollment in Global Rescue
- Meals on the Road
- Alternative Tours
- Travel Insurance
- National Park Entrance Fees