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More options are now at bottom of page IDEAS is a RePEc service hosted by the Research Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis IDEAS home Printed from https://ideas.repec.org/ Share: MyIDEAS : Log in (now much improved!) to follow this JEL code Research classified by Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) codes Top JEL / Z: Other Special Topics / / Z1: Cultural Economics / / / Z10: General Most recent items first, undated at the end. 2019 Exclusivity and kinds of models in modulated disjunctive inferences by Miguel López-Astorga 2019 Evaluación de la política industrial durante el periodo de apertura económica en México by Cuauhtémoc Calderón Villarreal & Belem Iliana Vázquez & Laura Ivonne López Valdez 2019 Dimensionando la precariedad laboral en México de 2005 a 2015, a través del Modelo Logístico Ordinal Generalizado by Jorge Alberto Pérez Cruz & Guadalupe Isabel Ceballos Álvarez 2019 La literatura sobre gobierno abierto en español. Análisis sobre las dinámicas de producción y citación by Diego Barria Traverso & Bastián González-Bustamante & Carla Cisternas Guasch 2019 Capital accumulation, economic growth and the balance-of-payments constraint: The case of Mexico, 1951-2014 by Ignacio Perrotini Hernández & Juan Alberto Vázquez-Muñoz & María Isabel Angoa Pérez 2019 Avances recientes hacia una gobernanza fiscal abierta en América Latina by Alan Hudson & Jorge Florez 2019 Quantitative and qualitative impact of GDP on sport performance and its relation with corruption and other social factors by Luis Antonio Andrade Rosas & 2019 A comparative approach of dealing with diversity: the managing of immigration and education in Spain and immigration and health in USA by Antonia Olmos Alcaraz & Raquel Martínez Chicón 2018 La infidelidad de los dioses: lenguaje y simulacro en Pierre Klossowski by Rayiv David Torres Sanchez 2018 Los dientes de Raquel de Gabriel Jiménez Emán: Un abismo en miniatura by Wilfredo José Rafael Illas Ramírez 2018 Mujeres: entre la autonomía y la vida familiar by America Tonantzin Becerra Romero & Paola Anayanci Santellan Palafox 2018 La inteligencia emocional como habilidad directiva. Estudio aplicado en los municipios de la provincia de Córdoba (España) by Francisco Javier Pereda Pérez & Tomás López-Guzmán & Francisco González Santa Cruz 2018 La imagen y el cine en la enseñanza de la historia económica by Joan Miguel Tejedor Estupiñán & Mónica Zoraya Gaitán Divantoque 2018 Centroamericanas menores de edad prostituidas en California by Simon Pedro Izcara Palacios & Karla Lorena Andrade Rubio 2018 La perspectiva de género en los programas de estudio de las licenciaturas contables administrativas by María Elena Camarena Adame & María Luisa Saavedra García 2018 Perspectivas de una reforma migratoria que regularice a indocumentados mexicanos, en el contexto político actual de Estados Unidos by Ismael García Castro 2018 Brecha salarial por género en México: Desde un enfoque regional, según su exposición a la apertura comercial 2005-2015 by Reyna Elizabeth Rodriguez Pérez 2018 Asociación estadística entre el ingreso y los derechos sociales en México by Hada Melissa Sáenz Vela & Luis Gutiérrez Flores & Enrique Eliseo Minor Campa 2018 Los datos abiertos y el plan de acción de gobierno abierto en México 2013-2015 by Martín Cutberto Vera Martínez 2018 Los exilios políticos y la dimensión comparada: contribuciones a un campo en construcción by Enrique Coraza de los Santos & Mónica Graciela Gatica 2017 The strategy of Russia’s economic development: From reference to referent by B. Yerznkyan. 2017 Does popularity matter in a TV song competition? Evidence from a national music contest by Budzinski, Oliver & Pannicke, Julia 2017 TV and entrepreneurship by Slavtchev, Viktor & Wyrwich, Michael 2017 Do emigrants self-select along cultural traits? Evidence from the MENA countries by Docquier, Frédéric & Tansel, Aysit & Turati, Riccardo 2017 Shacklean Uncertainty and Cultural Embeddedness as Innovation Constraints in the UK by Tubadji, Annie & Nijkamp, Peter & Santarelli, Enrico 2017 Ancestry, Diversity & Finance: Evidence from Transition Economies by Dombi, Akos & Grigoriadis, Theocharis 2017 Cultural Preferences and the Choice between Formal and Informal Financing by Bedendo, Mascia & Garcia-Appendini, Emilia & Siming, Linus 2017 The drunk side of trust: Social capital generation at gathering events by Giuseppe Attanasi & Stefania Bortolotti & Simona Cicognani & Antonio Filippin 2017 Culture, Diffusion, and Economic Development: The Problem of Observational Equivalence by Ani Harutyunyan & Ömer Özak 2017 Measuring Productivity Dispersion: Lessons From Counting One-Hundred Million Ballots by Ethan Ilzetzki & Saverio Simonelli 2017 The Import of “cultural goods” and emigration: an unexplored relation by Mauro Lanati & Alessandra Venturini 2017 The Impact of Social Media On Belief Formation by Schwarz, Marco A. 2017 Do emigrants self-select along cultural traits? Evidence from the MENA countries by Docquier, Frédéric & Tansel, Aysit & Turati, Riccardo 2017 Receptivity and Innovation by Furukawa, Yuichi & Lai, Tat-kei & Sato, Kenji 2017 Impact of Organizational Culture on the Pakistani Hotels Workforce's Job Satisfaction: Qualitative Report by Zahid, Marium & Shaikh, Taha & Zehra, Syeda Zufiesha 2017 Social trust, workplace organization, and the comparative advantage of nations by van Hoorn, Andre 2017 The Use of Identity Primes to Explain Behavioral Differences Between Groups: A Methodological Note by van Hoorn, Andre 2017 Generational Shifts in Managerial Values and the Coming of a Unified Business Culture: A Cross-National Analysis Using European Social Survey Data by van Hoorn, Andre 2017 Running with a Mask? The Effect of Air Pollution on Marathon Runners’ Performance by Fu, Shihe & Guo, Mengmeng 2017 The effect of culture on fiscal redistribution: Evidence based on genetic, epidemiological and linguistic data by Kammas, Pantelis & Kazakis, Pantelis & Sarantides, Vassilis 2017 Local Authorities’ contribution on Gastronomy Tourism Development: the case of Ontario, Canada by Karagiannis, Dimitris & Metaxas, Theodore 2017 The Impact of Sports Participation on Crime in England between 2012 and 2015 by Brosnan, Stephen 2017 Agricultural Returns to Labor and the Origins of Work Ethics by Fouka, Vasiliki & Schlaepfer, Alain 2017 Heritability of time preference: Evidence from German twin data by Hübler, Philipp 2017 Measures of interpersonal trust: Evidence on their cross-national validity and reliability based on surveys and experimental data by Ryan E. Carlin & Gregory J. Love & Conal Smith 2017 The Health Costs of Ethnic Distance: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa by Joseph Flavian Gomes 2017 Historical Antisemitism, Ethnic Specialization, and Financial Development by Francesco D’Acunto & Marcel Prokopczuk & Michael Weber 2017 From Extreme to Mainstream: How Social Norms Unravel by Leonardo Bursztyn & Georgy Egorov & Stefano Fiorin 2017 The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development by Quamrul H. Ashraf & Oded Galor 2017 'Acting Wife': Marriage Market Incentives and Labor Market Investments by Leonardo Bursztyn & Thomas Fujiwara & Amanda Pallais 2017 Economic Growth and the Cultural Transmission of Attitudes towards Education by Dimitrios Varvarigos 2017 Entrepreneurial Status, Social Norms, and Economic Growth by Dimitrios Varvarigos & Nikolaos Kontogiannis 2017 Irrigation, Collectivism and Long-Run Technological Divergence by Johannes C. Buggle 2017 Do emigrants self-select along cultural traits? Evidence from the MENA countries by Frédéric Docquier & Aysit Tansel & Riccardo Turati 2017 TV and Entrepreneurship by Viktor Slavtchev & Michael Wyrwich 2017 Segregation and Fertility: The Case of the Roma in Serbia by Battaglia, Marianna & Chabé-Ferret, Bastien & Lebedinski, Lara 2017 Roots of Autocracy by Galor, Oded & Klemp, Marc 2017 The Ideological Roots of Institutional Change by Iyigun, Murat & Rubin, Jared 2017 Gender Differences in the Link between Income and Trust Levels: Evidence from Longitudinal Data by Bilson, Jessica R. & Jetter, Michael & Kristoffersen, Ingebjørg 2017 The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development by Ashraf, Quamrul & Galor, Oded 2017 The Origins and Long-Run Consequences of the Division of Labor by Emilio Depetris-Chauvin & Ömer Özak 2017 Can a common currency foster a shared social identity across different nations? The case of the Euro by Franz Buscha & Daniel Muller & Lionel Page 2017 Seasonal Social Preferences by Ekström, Mathias 2017 Seasonal Social Preferences by Ekström, Mathias 2017 How Beliefs Influence Behavior: Confucianism and Innovation in China by Feng, Xunan & Jin, Zhi & Johansson, Anders C. 2017 Revisiting Gender Differences in Ultimatum Bargaining: Experimental Evidence from the US and China by Shuwen Li & Xiandong Qin & Daniel Houser 2017 Cultural proximity: a source of trade flow resilience? by Céline CARRERE & Maria MASOOD 2017 Cultural proximity: a source of trade flow resilience? by Céline CARRERE & Maria MASOOD 2017 The Effect of Culture on Energy Efficient Vehicle Ownership by Massimo Filippini & Tobias Wekhof 2017 Workers or mothers? Czech welfare and gender role preferences in transition by Alzbeta Mullerova 2017 Resistance to Institutions and Cultural Distance: Brigandage in Post-Unification Italy by Giampaolo Lecce & Laura Ogliari & Tommaso Orlando 2017 Measuring Technical Efficiency and Marginal Costs in the Performing Arts: The Case of the Municipal Theatres of Warsaw by Víctor Fernández-Blanco & Ana Rodríguez-à lvarez & Aleksandra WiÅ›niewska 2017 2 The New Scenarios of Culture: Some Economic Challenges by Jesus Lechuga Montenegro & Marissa Reyes Godinez 2017 Segregation and Fertility: the Case of the Roma in Serbia by Marianna Battaglia & Bastien Chabé-Ferret & Lara Lebedinski 2017 The role of culture in urban contexts by Giuseppe Cornelli 2017 Reactivity in Economic Science by Bruno S. Frey 2017 Omnimetrics and Awards by Bruno S. Frey 2017 Climate Risk, Cooperation, and the Co-Evolution of Culture and Institutions by Buggle, Johannes & Durante, Ruben 2017 Measuring Productivity Dispersion: Lessons From Counting One-Hundred Million Ballots by Ilzetzki, Ethan & Simonelli, Saverio 2017 Eradicating Women-Hurting Customs: What Role for Social Engineering? by Auriol, Emmanuelle & Camilotti, Giula & Platteau, Jean-Philippe 2017 Geographical Origins and Economic Consequences of Language Structures by Sarid, Assaf & Galor, Oded & Ozak, Omer 2017 Inequality, redistribution and cultural integration in the Welfare State by Bisin, Alberto & Verdier, Thierry 2017 The Peace Dividend of Distance: Violence as Interaction Across Space by Mueller, Hannes & Rohner, Dominic & Schönholzer, David 2017 The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development by Ashraf, Quamrul & Galor, Oded 2017 The Ideological Roots of Institutional Change by Murat Iyigun & Jared Rubin 2017 Measuring Productivity Dispersion: Lessons from counting one-hundred million ballots by Ethan Ilzetzki & Saverio Simonelli 2017 Explaining Central Bank Trust in an Inflation Targeting Country: The Case of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand by Bernd Hayo & Florian Neumeier 2017 Shocking Racial Attitudes: Black G.I.s in Europe by David Schindler & Mark Westcott 2017 Historical Antisemitism, Ethnic Specialization, and Financial Development by Francesco D'Acunto & Marcel Prokopczuk & Michael Weber 2017 Reactivity in Economic Science by Bruno S. Frey 2017 Omnimetrics and Awards by Bruno S. Frey 2017 A Structural Topic Model of the Features and the Cultural Origins of Bacon's Ideas by Peter Grajzl & Peter Murrell 2017 Roots of Autocracy by Oded Galor & Marc P. B. Klemp 2017 Worldviews and Intergenerational Altruism: A Comparison of Turkish People Living in Turkey and Germany by K. Ali Akkemik & Mehmet Bulut & Marcus Dittrich & Koray Göksal & Kristina Leipold & Masao Ogaki 2017 The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development by Quamrul H. Ashraf & Oded Galor 2017 Property Rights, Transaction Costs, and the Limits of the Market by C. Guerriero 2017 Legislators' behaviour and electoral rules: evidence from an Italian reform by Giuseppe Albanese & Marika Cioffi & Pietro Tommasino 2017 Heritability of time preference: Evidence from German twin data by Philipp Huebler 2017 Culture-Based Rejection of Taboo-Infringing Imports by Brice William D. & Chu Edward & Brice Anastasiya 2017 Wage gaps between native and migrant graduates of higher education institutions in the Netherlands by Masood Gheasi & Peter Nijkamp & Piet Rietveld 2017 Cultural norms, the persistence of tax evasion, and economic growth by Dimitrios Varvarigos 2017 Review of information systems research for media industry–recent advances, challenges, and introduction of information systems research in the media industry by Artur Lugmayr & Johanna Grueblbauer 2017 A Pattern Analysis Application: Time Series Traces of the Effect of Kamran Khavarani?s Paintings on Viewers? Mood by Simin Mozayeni & Karl Heiner & Parisa Amirmostofian 2017 Romanian Credit Unions - self-organising for financial education and inclusion by Vamesu, Ancuta & Barna, Cristina 2017 Gender, Occupational Segregation, and the Cultural Divide: Are Red States Different than Blue States? by Ann Mari May & Mary G. McGarvey 2017 Patterns and drivers of cultural economy in Spain’s extra-metropolitan small towns by Escalona Orcao, Ana Isabel & Sáez Pérez, Luis Antonio & Sánchez-Valverde García, Belén 2017 The Importance of Legitimacy by Robert Akerlof 2017 Corporate Cash Holdings and Ambiguity Aversion by Wolfgang Breuer & Marc O. Rieger & K. Can Soypak 2017 The sharing economy as the commons of the 21st century by Karin Bradley & Daniel Pargman 2017 The Creative Class and The Conception of Creative City by Rumen Andreev 2017 Consumption of cultural goods and services and time allocation in Brazil [Consumption of cultural goods and services and time allocation in Brazil] by Ana Flávia Machado & André Braz Golgher & Sibelle Diniz & Luiz Carlos Day Gama 2017 Culturally biased voting in the Eurovision Song Contest: Do national contests differ? by Oliver Budzinski & Julia Pannicke 2017 Nudging museums attendance: a field experiment with high school teens by Patrizia Lattarulo & Marco Mariani & Laura Razzolini 2017 “Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow” on the implications of deaccess policies for donations to museums by Luigi Di Gaetano & Isidoro Mazza 2017 The World Heritage list: Which sites promote the brand? A big data spatial econometrics approach by David Wuepper & Marc Patry 2017 People’s Perception About Services Of Public Institutions in Bangladesh: Do People Trust Their Services? by Ima Sultana Charu 2017 Significance of Social Capital in Socio-economic Development of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Zlatan Delić & Hariz Šarić & Nedim Osmanović 2017 Green Online vs Green Offline preferences on local public goods trade-offs and house prices by Tubadji, Annie & Nijkamp, Peter 2017 Creating change through pilot and demonstration projects: Towards a valuation policy approach by Huguenin, Ariane & Jeannerat, Hugues 2017 On the historical roots of women's empowerment across Italian provinces: religion or family culture? by Bozzano, Monica 2017 Taking gravity online: The role of virtual proximity in international finance by Hellmanzik, Christiane & Schmitz, Martin 2017 Community leaders and the preservation of cultural traits by Prummer, Anja & Siedlarek, Jan-Peter 2017 Corruption, social judgment and culture: An experiment by Salmon, Timothy C. & Serra, Danila 2017 Left behind but doing good? Civic engagement in two post-socialist countries by Nikolova, Milena & Roman, Monica & Zimmermann, Klaus F. 2017 Culture, democracy, and market reforms: Evidence from transition countries by Tarabar, Danko 2017 Languages and earnings management by Kim, Jaehyeon & Kim, Yongtae & Zhou, Jian 2017 Value Formation: The Role of Esteem by Akerlof, Robert 2017 On the uncertainty of art market returns by Charlin, Ventura & Cifuentes, Arturo 2017 National culture and private benefits of control by Salzmann, Astrid & Soypak, Kalender 2017 Colonialism and genetics of comparative development by Riahi, Ideen 2017 Can a common currency foster a shared social identity across different nations? The case of the euro by Buscha, Franz & Muller, Daniel & Page, Lionel 2017 The effect of culture on fiscal redistribution: Evidence based on genetic, epidemiological and linguistic data by Kammas, Pantelis & Kazakis, Pantelis & Sarantides, Vassilis 2017 Culture, diffusion, and economic development: The problem of observational equivalence by Harutyunyan, Ani & Özak, Ömer 2017 Conditional cooperation and cultural worldviews by Cherry, Todd L. & McEvoy, David M. & Sælen, Håkon 2017 What have we learned? Assessing the effectiveness of counterterrorism strategies in Pakistan by Rehman, Faiz Ur & Nasir, Muhammad & Shahbaz, Muhammad 2017 Clash of civilizations and the impact of cultural differences on trade by Gokmen, Gunes 2017 The persistent effects of novelty-seeking traits on comparative economic development by Gören, Erkan 2017 Individualism, democracy, and contract enforcement by Cline, Brandon N. & Williamson, Claudia R. 2017 Communism, Culture, and Financial Development by Alina F. Klein & Rudolf F. Klein 2017 The Spanish Movie Production, 1940-2014: From The Postwar To Nowdays by Henry ARAY 2017 Financing Culture Institutions In European Context by Cezar Corneliu MANDA & Cristina Elena NICOLESCU & Dana MORTELMANS 2017 The Consolidation Of The Cultural Sector: Good Practices In The European Legal Context by Cezar Corneliu MANDA 2017 Introduction To Intercultural Communication In Business by Angelica-Nicoleta NECULAESEI (ONEA) 2017 Alí Calderón: La reconstrucción lírica de la historia de la cultura mexicana by Nieves García Prados 2017 La cita con el destino para el futuro de la marca Ciudad Juárez by Carlos O. Irigoyen 2017 Vulnerabilidad laboral de la mujer rural latinoamericana by Jaime de Pablo Valenciano & Mercedes Capobianco Urdiales & Juan Uribe Toril 2017 Construcción de una identidad participativa: socialización en el primer año de estudios universitarios by José Luis Suárez Domínguez & Roberto Anaya Rodríguez 2017 Pamela y la licenciada Márquez, y el sol ranchero y los birretes de graduación by Fernando Sandoval Gutiérrez 2017 El devenir animal del sujeto femenino: Tarazona, Lispector, Braidotti by Francisco Serratos 2017 La barbarie y su superación en Francisco Javier Clavijero by Víctor Zorrilla Garza 2017 El cine documental 'radical' y la construcción de historias subalternas. Reflexiones en torno al film “Sabino Vive, las últimas fronteras” (2014) by Julimar del Carmen Mora Silva 2017 La teoría del capital humano llevada a la práctica en las ciudades de aprendizaje by Blanca Azucena Tovar Meléndez 2017 Factores determinantes de la localización del sector eléctrico-electrónico en México by Adán Jacinto Flores Flores & Maritza Álvarez Herrera & Francisco García Fernández 2017 Desigualdad de género y cambios sociodemográficos en México by Martha Elena Aguiar Barrera & Humberto Gutiérrez Pulido 2017 Etnografía concéntrica y didáctica. Notas para no-antropólogos by José Luis Ramos Ramírez 2017 Las empresas flexibles de autopartes y su localización en el estado de Tlaxcala by Celia Hernández Cortés & Antonio Orozco Bolaños 2017 La selección de las/los candidatos/as a diputados/as federales: el caso de Tlaxcala durante el proceso electoral 2015 by María Magdalena Sam Bautista & Carlos Bustamante López & Miriam Zarahí Chávez Reyes 2017 Impacto de las actividades productivas y de la expansión urbana sobre una reserva ecológica; el caso de Cuxtal, Yucatán; México by Rafael Ortiz-Pech & Henry Emmanuel Celis Fajardo & Gerardo Garcia Gil 2017 Digital Revolutions affecting Distribution within the Games Sector by Malte Behrmann 2017 Competition Policy in the European Film Industry Focused on Consumers’ Interests – a Romanian Perspective by Puiu Nistoreanu & Violeta Mihaela Dinca & Andreea Fortuna ?chiopu 2016 Precautionary Savings, Illiquid Assets, and the Aggregate Consequences of Shocks to Household Income Risk by Bayer, Christian 2016 No Price Like Home: Global House Prices, 1870 – 2012 by Steger, Thomas Michael & Knoll, Katharina & Schularick, Moritz 2016 Physiological Constraints and Comparative Economic Development by Strulik, Holger & Dalgaard, Carl-Johan 2016 Sovereign and Private Default Risks over the Business Cycle by Scholl, Almuth & Kaas, Leo & Meller, Jan 2016 On the labor supply of grandmothers by Winter-Ebmer, Rudolf & Frimmel, Wolfgang & Halla, Martin & Schmidpeter, Bernhard 2016 Women Helping Women? Evidence from Private Sector Data on Plant Hierarchies by Kunze, Astrid & Miller, Amalia & Nigai, Sergey & Strecker, Nora M. 2016 Coordination and the fight against tax havens by Konrad, Kai A. & Stolper, Tim 2016 The Taxing Deed of Globalization by Egger, Peter Hannes & Nigai, Sergey & Strecker, Nora M. 2016 Measuring economic value of cultural institutions: Cultural sector efficiency in public policy by O. Bychkova. 2016 Culture, names and economic development by E. Borisova & A. Kulkova. 2016 Commercial Land Use and Interjurisdictional Competition by Büttner, Thiess 2016 Cultural Determinants of Household Saving Behavior by Paule-Paludkiewicz, Hannah & Fuchs-Schündeln, Nicola & Masella, Paolo 2016 Openness to Concerns of Host Country Population Improves Attitudes Towards Immigrants by Stöhr, Tobias & Wichardt, Philipp C. 2016 Do preferences for pop music converge across countries? Empirical evidence from the Eurovision Song Contest by Budzinski, Oliver & Pannicke, Julia 2016 Conflicting identities: Cosmopolitan or anxious? Appreciating concerns of host country population improves attitudes towards immigrants by Stöhr, Tobias & Wichardt, Philipp C. 2016 Effects of Oscar awards on movie production by Agnani, Betty & Aray, Henry 2016 Religion and the Family: The Case of the Amish by Choy, James 2016 The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development by Quamrul H. Ashraf & Oded Galor 2016 The Autocratic Root of Social Distrust by Xin Jin & Xu Xu 2016 Gender differences and social ties effects in resource sharing by d'Exelle, Ben & Riedl, Arno 2016 Privatization of a tourism event: Do attendees perceive it as a risky cultural lottery? by Giuseppe Attanasi & Hana Cosic & Francesco Passarelli & Giulia Urso 2016 Early Marriage, Social Networks and the Transmission of Norms by Niaz Asadullah & Zaki Wahhaj 2016 The Sorry Clause by Srivastava, Vatsalya 2016 Children as family commuters. The geographical distance between nonresident parents and children in Norway by Lars Dommermuth 2016 In God We Learn? Religions’ Universal Messages, Context-Specific Effects, and Minority Status by Pierre-Guillaume Méon & Ilan Tojerow 2016 The Origins and Long-Run Consequences of the Division of Labor by Emilio Depetris-Chauvin & Ömer Özak 2016 Geographical Origins and Economic Consequences of Language Structures by Oded Galor & Ömer Özak & Assaf Sarid 2016 Culture, Diffusion, and Economic Development by Ani Harutyunyan & Ömer Özak 2016 Population Diversity, Division of Labor and Comparative Development by Emilio Depetris-Chauvin & Ömer Özak 2016 The Role Of Resguardo Land Access And Languages In The Income Disparity Affecting Colombian Indigenous People by Rosa E. Sanchez G. 2016 „Altreier Kaffee“ – Entwicklung der Südtiroler Produktions- und Vermarktungsinitiative als regionales soziales Netzwerk by Karin Grießmair & Manuela Larcher & Stefan Vogel 2016 Festival Fringe Production and the Long Tail by Jen Snowball 2016 Can a Common Currency Foster a Shared Social Identity across Different Nations? The Case of the Euro by Franz Buscha & Daniel Muller & Lionel Page 2016 Gender, Social Networks and Peformance by Ilse Lindenlaub & Anja Prummer 2016 Community Leaders and the Preservation of Cultural Traits by Anja Prummer & Jan-Peter Siedlarek 2016 An element-set labelling a Cartesian product by measurable binary relations which leads to postulates of the theory of experience and chance as a theory of co~events by Vorobyev, Oleg Yu. 2016 Culture, Diffusion, and Economic Development: The Problem of Observational Equivalence by Harutyunyan, Ani & Özak, Ömer 2016 Generational Gap and Youth in Arab countries by Harkat, Tahar & Driouchi, Ahmed & Achehboune, Amale 2016 Distance to the Pre-industrial Technological Frontier and Economic Development by Özak, Ömer 2016 The Origins and Long-Run Consequences of the Division of Labor by Depetris-Chauvin, Emilio & Özak, Ömer 2016 Alexis Tsipras und der rhetorische Diskurs als Politik by Kotroyannos, Dimitrios 2016 Population Diversity, Division of Labor and Comparative Development by Depetris-Chauvin, Emilio & Özak, Ömer 2016 Culture, Diffusion, and Economic Development by Harutyunyan, Ani & Özak, Ömer 2016 Islamic Tourism Development in Cirebon: The Study Heritage Tourism in Islamic Economic Perspective by Jaelani, Aan 2016 Political Institutions and Preference Evolution by WU, JIABIN 2016 Identifying the preferences and heterogeneity of consumer groups in multiplayer video games by Daniel Kaimann & Nadja Maraun & Joe Cox 2016 The Interplay of Cultural Aversion and Assortativity for the Emergence of Cooperation by Ennio Bilancini & Leonardo Boncinelli & Jiabin Wu 2016 The Interplay of Cultural Aversion and Assortativity for the Emergence of Cooperation by Ennio Bilancini & Leonardo Boncinelli & Jiabin Wuz 2016 Culture, Diffusion, and Economic Development by Ani Harutyunyan & Omer Ozak 2016 Do migrants think differently? Evidence from East European and post-Soviet states by Ruxanda Berlinschi & Ani Harutyunyan 2016 Can Conditional Transfers Eradicate Child Marriage? by Amin, Sajeda & Asadullah, Niaz & Hossain, Sara & Wahhaj, Zaki 2016 Geographical Origins and Economic Consequences of Language Structures by Galor, Oded & Özak, Ömer & Sarid, Assaf 2016 Adherence to Cultural Norms and Economic Incentives: Evidence from Fertility Timing Decisions by Chabé-Ferret, Bastien 2016 State History and Contemporary Conflict: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa by Emilio Depetris-Chauvin 2016 Family Economics Writ Large by Jeremy Greenwood & Nezih Guner & Guillaume Vandenbroucke 2016 Does political ideology hinder insights on gender and labor markets? by Stern, Charlotta 2016 Burying the Bumblebee Once and for All: by Bergh, Andreas & Bjørnskov, Christian 2016 A dissimilarity-adjusted index of ethnic diversity: Measurement and implications for findings on conflict, growth and trade by Philipp Kolo iicgmbxo. canada goose expedition2016 The consumption of cultural goods through the internet. How is it affected by the digital divide? by Victoria Ateca-Amestoy & Concetta Castiglione 2016 Do sequel movies really earn more than non-sequels? Evidence from the US box office by Denis Y. Orlov & Evgeniy M. Ozhegov 2016 Adherence to Cultural Norms and Economic Incentives: Evidence from Fertility Timing Decisions by Bastien Chabé-Ferret 2016 Gender and Corruption: The Neglected Role of Culture by Julia Debski & Michael Jetter & Saskia Mösle & David Stadelmann 2016 The Geography of Linguistic Diversity and the Provision of Public Goods by Desmet, Klaus & Gomes, Joseph & Ortuño-Ortín, Ignacio 2016 Peripheral Diversity: Transfers versus Public Goods by Desmet, Klaus & Ortuño-Ortín, Ignacio & Weber, Shlomo 2016 Cultural Leaders and the Dynamics of Assimilation by Verdier, Thierry & Zenou, Yves 2016 Squared Segmentation: How the Insider/Outsider divide across Public/Private Employment shapes attitudes towards markets by Brigitte Granville & Jaume Martorell Cruz 2016 Geographical Origins and Economic Consequences of Language Structures by Oded Galor & Ömer Özak & Assaf Sarid 2016 Relational Altruism and Giving in Social Groups by Kimberley Ann Scharf & Sarah Smith 2016 Emotion at Stake - The Role of Stake Size and Emotions in a Power-to-take Game Experiment in China with a Comparison to Europe by Ronald Bosman & Heike Hennig-Schmidt & Frans A. 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If you’re planning on taking a drive to Alaska there are only a couple direct driving routes that will take you there. You can either drive the Cassiar Highway, which is a small mostly rural route, or drive the Alaska Canada Highway (aka the Al-Can), which is a slightly larger, slightly less rural route. :-) No matter which way you go you’ll be guaranteed two things: several days of non-stop driving, and miles of wide open spaces. Since we had the opportunity to make the drive last fall we decided to put together this handy dandy guide and  road trip planner for driving the Alaska-Canada Highway.

Alaska Canada Highway Road Trip Starting Point

Facts about the Alaska Canada Highway & Guide for Planning Your Road Trip

The Alaska-Canada Highway is a joint venture that spans across two countries, two Canadian providences, and one U.S. state. Many people think the Al-Can starts somewhere in the northern portion of the Continental US, but it actually doesn’t officially start until the small city of Dawson Creek in B.C.. From that point,  the Alaska Canada Highway covers 1422 miles (2288 Kilometers) along the Canadian Rockies and through the Yukon Territory. If you are planning on taking a road trip along the entire highway, you should realistically plan for a minimum of  5 days (4 nights) driving, and that’s if you plan on driving 7-8 hours a day without stopping to adventure anywhere.

When the road was originally built and opened in 1948 it was a mixture of gravel and dirt road, but is now completely paved. Although not as adventurous as it once was, the road still presents many challenges. There are many altitude changes, with the highest pass at Summit Lake (4250 ft), and quite a few sections of the road that have no guardrail or any other safety mechanism. Additionally, due to harsh weather, the road is in almost constant disrepair. There are many sections riddled with frost heaves, or eroded areas that are “paved” but feel more like a gravel road. Because of this, it’s recommended that you throughly prepare your vehicle for the road trip, and, as always, be ready for a roadside emergency. Take a look at our Road Trip Packing List to make sure you have everything you need. Here’s what the Route looks like on a map.

alaska_canada_highway_map

Dawson Creek to Muncho Lake to Watson Lake to Whitehorse to Tok to Delta Junction

 

Driving the Alaska Canada Highway

We set out on the Alaska Canada Highway in Mid-Fall. The biggest benefit of driving the road this time of year is the lack of traffic and the cool temperatures. A big downside, however, is the fact that many hotels and other services are closed for the season. Don’t get me wrong, there is lodging available, it just becomes quite scarce as you make your way north.

We chose to enter Canada from Kalispell, Mt so we could spend a couple of days in Banff, AB and enjoy Banff National Park. From there it was a day’s drive north to Grand Prairie, AB where we spent the night before getting onto the actual Al-Can Highway.  We set out on our journey bright and early,  the terrain was absolutely lovely from the very beginning of the drive.

 

Alaska Canada Highway View

 

The rolling hills and mountains were absolutely beautiful. It’s the kind of landscape road trip dreams are made of.

 

Alaska Canada Highway Rolling Hills



 

As we proceeded further north, we had the chance to watch Autumn turn into Winter at 70 mph. Very quickly the landscape went from greens and browns, to white.

 

Fall turning to Winter

 

For the first leg of our trip, we planned on driving as far as Muncho Lake, in BC. There was a dog friendly hotel I found and it was about 8 hours away from our starting point. When we arrived,  we learned our first very painful lesson about off season travel. Always call ahead!

We pulled up to the hotel after sundown and were immediately greeted by the caretaker outside. I let him know that we were looking for dog friendly accommodations and he told me the hotel did have a couple rooms left, and that we were in luck. I looked over at Lauren both a bit weary and excited and told her the good news. It was when the caretaker opened his mouth next that everything turned sour. “You can have a room for $229 a night, but we’re all out of pet rooms” he said. I looked at him quizzically, then asked what he suggested I do with our two dogs. “Just leave them in the car overnight… it’s not that cold” was his brilliant response.  Obviously, that wasn’t the right answer for a pair of dog lovers like us. I thanked him for the offer and got back in the car.

Lauren and I just sat there in dead silence. We had no idea what to do. It was 14 Degrees outside, snow was falling, and we were in the middle of the Northern Rockies with nowhere to stay. We finally looked at each other and simply said, keep moving forward. We then began the most difficult and amazing part of our adventure.

We started driving and figured we would just keep going until we found another hotel that was open. Little did we know that we wouldn’t find another hotel until the following evening. We started driving again, but much slower than the posted speed. The combination of snow fall, absolute darkness, and the road conditions made the drive pretty painful.  Suddenly up ahead in the road, we saw something moving, it was bright white. As we got closer it stopped, turned and looked at us. It was a pure white mountain goat.

 

White Mountain Goat

 

I was only able to grab one, admittedly bad, photograph before he scampered off. For the next couple of hours we kept driving and experienced the most amazing animal adventure ever. We drove by an entire herd of buffalo resting along the roadside, caribou grazing on bits of grass poking through the frost, and even a group of wild horses trotting along the side of the car.

 

Wild Horses along the Alaska Canada highway

 

All the animals were just walking back and forth in the middle of the road, licking the salt off the pavement.

 

Horses licking the salt off the highway

As the hour grew later we finally hit a wall where we just couldn’t drive any longer. Driving in those conditions is highly strenuous. We eventually found a highway pull out that was occupied by a semi truck (I can’t imagine what he was doing there either) and parked next to it, to try and get some rest. Sleeping in a car is a hard thing to do when it’s 14 degrees outside. I kept waking up once an hour or so and having to start the car for 20 minutes to bring the heat back up before turning it off and falling asleep again. After catching a few hours of nap time, we started back on the Alaska Canada Highway.

As sunrise hit, we entered the Yukon territory. Funny side note, the Al-Can highway crosses the BC and YT border 6 times in about a 10 mile stretch. Each time, there’s another sign, some are larger than others though.

Welcome to Yukon Sign

 

We were hungry, tired, and out of water when we reached Watson Lake. It was the first real town that we found and also happens to be  home to the famous Sign Post Forest. We did what anyone in our situation would do, we melted snow so the dogs could have a drink of water and we kept going.

 

Sign Post Forest Watson Lake BC

 



We took stock of where we were and how we felt and decided to push it until we hit Whitehorse. It’s the capital of the Yukon Territory, and was certain to have dog friendly accommodations. We fueled up, had some terrible coffee, and got back on the road. Immediately we were rewarded with more animal sightings, as they came out at sunrise for a snack.

 

Caribou on the Highway

 

There were entire herds of Caribou just milling around as if we weren’t even there.

 

Herd of caribou in the Road



 

It was absolutely mind-blowing to be this close to nature.

 

Alaska Canada Highway 12

 

The remaining 8- hours or so of that day were kinda blur. It’s a good thing we made it a point to stop every once in a while to capture the beautiful landscape on film.

 

Alaska Canada Highway 14

Alaska Canada Highway 13-1
Alaska Canada Highway 16-1

 

We hit Whitehorse,  found a hotel, ate something for dinner  (I think it was Korean food :-) )and passed out . We slept for a solid 12 hours or so, woke up, and then set  back out on the road. If you are making the same drive, make sure to stop at Kluane Lake, and take it all in. You can’t miss it, considering it’s one of the largest lakes in the area, but it’s absolutely breathtaking.

Alaska Canada Highway 18

 

Alaska Canada Highway 19

 

We continued through some more small towns as we made our way towards the Alaska border.  Make sure you keep an eye out for the Mounties, they’re a tricky lot. :-)

 

Alaska Canada Highway 20

 

Most of the towns were shut down for the winter. Each “town” had one or two gas stations and restaurants open, but otherwise, everything was beginning to collect snow that would accumulate until the following Spring.

 

Alaska Canada Highway 21

 

After about 6 hours of driving we came to the Alaska border and re-entered the USA.

 

Welcome to Alaska Sign

From here it was another 2 hours to Tok, AK. We stopped and stayed at a cozy little B&B called the Mooseberry Inn. The next day, we picked back up on the Al-Can and finally came to the end of the road when we hit the very small town of Delta Junction. It’s not known for much, but it does have a large area dedicated to the end of the Alaska Canada Highway.

Delta Deep Freeze Sign



End of the Alaska Canada Highway Sign

From this point, our time on the Alaska Canada Highway came to an end. We continued on our adventure towards Deadhorse, Alaska and the famed Dalton Highway.  If you plan on taking your own Al-Can adventure, I suggest a little planning ahead. If you love wildlife, road trips, and wide open spaces as much as we do, it should definitely be high on your list.

Feel free to contact us if you are making the trip. We are always happy to share tips and make suggestions. :)


 

For current Alaska Canada Highway Road Conditions, use these three local sites for the most comprehensive information. 

Alaksa 511

Yukon 511

Drive BC


Where to Stay Along the Alaska – Canada Highway

Here are some of the best Pet Friendly places to stay in some of the anchor cities along our route:

Banff, AB

Red Carpet Inn
425 Banff Avenue,
T1L 1B6 Banff, AB

  • Pet Friendly, Free Wifi, Continental Breakfast, Downtown Banff

Hidden Ridge Resort
901 Hidden Ridge Way
Banff, AB

  • Pet Friendly, Free Wifi, Condo Style Resort, Outside of Town

Grand Prairie, AB

Sandman Hotel
9805 100 St
Grande Prairie, AB

  • Pet Friendly, Free WiFi, Indoor Heated Pool, Hot Tub, Fitness Centre

Canadian Motor Inn
10901 – 100 Avenue
Grande Prairie, AB

  • Pet Friendly, Free Wifi, Continental Breakfast, Budget/Value Chain

Fort Nelson, BC

Super 8 Fort Nelson
4503 50th Ave South
Fort Nelson, BC

  • Pet Friendly, Open Year-Round, Budget/Value Property, Free WiFi, Pool, Fitness Center, Breakfast Included

Muncho Lake, BC

Northern Rockies Lodge
Mile 462 Alaska Hwy
Muncho Lake, BC

  • Pet Friendly, Open Year-Round, Rooms, Cabins, and RV Park

Whitehorse, YK

Westmark Hotel & conference Centre
201 Wood Street
Whitehorse, YT

  • Pet Friendly, Centrally Located Downtown, Free Internet

Canada’s Best Value Inn
102 Wood Street
Whitehorse, YT

  • Free Internet, Budget Chain, Business Center

 

Here are other posts related to Driving the Alaska Canada Highway Guide & Road Trip Planner.

Driving the Dalton Highway – Road Trip Planner and Photos

Kluane Lake – Photo and Video Essay

Road Trip through the Alaskan Interior – Fairbanks to Anchorage to Valdez

Why I Love Alaska


 




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  1. T.W. Anderson @ Marginal Boundaries says

    Epic scenery! Love the goat shot in particular.

    I never made it up to Alaska. At one point I had a road trip planned from Denver up through the Yukon to Alaska with a friend, then I broke the tranny in my Jeep and the 3k I had set aside for the trip was used to get a new one put in and the trip and I never did it =P

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Tim,

      Alaska is one of those profoundly altering places to visit. Once you get beyond the touristy towns, the whole place is absolutely stunning. It definitely needs to be on your list of places to visit if you come back stateside. I’d even give you a tour :-)

      • Don Pastor says

        My wife and I (and our two small dogs) are making the trip to Alaska by car mid May through June 2016. We’ll be towing a small travel trailer where we’ll “live” for two months. Never been there before and plan to se “everything” there is.

        • Ron Cornelisse says

          We plan to do the same so how did it go with the small trailer? We want to tow it with a V6. Your thoughts would help our planning since we don’t have a trailer yet. Thanks

          • Debbie Bollenbach says

            General Trailer will rent you a trailer . It’s 3,000 for six weeks with a pop up, and 10,000 for a motor home When do you plan to go. We’re from Michigan and plan to see all the special parks in the US first. WE are waiting until we retire probably in two years. WE are just thinking that the more folks we have the more fun we will have.

        • Dave says

          How large of a camper are you towing??

    • leah says

      was wondering if anyone has traveled with horses to Alaska, I will be leaving from Darby mt next spring to homer Alaska. Its a long drive would hope there would be horse friendly motels..
      leah

      • Kenin Bassart says

        I don’t think I’ve ever seen a horse friendly motel, but if they are in a trailer they should be fine.

      • Mary says

        Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast in Whithorse YT is horse and dog friendly – clean rooms, great breakfast and outside of town – they may know of others. My Australian shepherd loves to visit with the resident horses.

  2. Iain Mallory says

    Alaska is a dream destination for me and this post leaves me wanting to visit as soon as possible, it looks like a great roadtrip.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Alaska is Lauren’s favorite place in the world so far. The scenery and wildlife are virtually indescribable. It’s somewhere we can return to again and again, and never tire of it.

  3. Mark says

    We will be riding bikes ALCAN Highway during this summer, July 25th-August 13. Do you think it will be as adventurous? I will be photographing the is road trip, is it easy to pull off the road and take many pics?
    Thanks

    Mark

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Mark,

      Many bikers run the ALCAN and have fantastic time doing it in the summer. I’m told there are more wild life spotting opportunities that time of year, especially at dawn and dusk. There are literally hundreds of shoulders and turn outs along the highway that should give you some great photographic vantage points as well as a great place to take a break.

      • Mark says

        Only two weeks to go before we leave to Alaska! Got all the camera gear ready and can’t wait to get on down the road! We have three weeks to travel the highway. Bicycles do not go to fast, I get the privilege of documenting this trip for my two friends who are in their mid 60’s riding bicycles for 1,400 miles or so!
        My one friend Terry just finished chemo treatment for lymphoma cancer and is healed! He will be riding along with Mike.
        Thanks for your tips!

        Mark

        • Kenin Bassart says

          Wow, what a powerful trip! Can’t wait to hear how it went.

          • Judy Wigley says

            In the summer of 2002, my husband and I, drove our 5th wheel from Central Texas to Homer, Alaska. We traveled with 2 other couples. Driving up through Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Canada and got on the 1400 mile Alaskan – Canadian Highway. (Lot’s of history there.) We stopped at Watson Lake and placed a sign in the Signpost Yard, camped at the edge of Denali National Park and saw the beautiful Mr. McKinley, Went fishing in the Alaskan Gulf in Homer, we saw many glaciers, bear, moose and beautiful flowers and mountains. Crossed the Yukon River in a ferry to Dawson, Yukon.Came back South to Stewart, BC,Canada to Hyder, Alaska, to view bear catching salmon. Traveled British Columbia, Canada. Back in lower 48 we drove down into Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and home. 6 weeks and 10,000 miles later. Great trip. Wish we could do it again. It was 92 degrees in Fairbanks and about 38 degrees in Homer. We took a variety of clothing to wear. We wore it all.

          • Kenin Bassart says

            Judy, Sounds like an amazing time! We want to go back to Alaska and spend more time there as well. We didn’t get a chance to venture into Denali at all, due to weather conditions and want to visit the panhandle as well.

    • david richardson says

      I have done the lower loop of the Al-Can thru Banff, the Icefields Parkway, Kamloops, and north to Watson Lake on my way from South Carolina to Anchorage, Best trip I ever took. I filmed a dozen bears, three wolves, couple of moose, hundreds of caribou, a gigantic lynx up closer and personal, beavers, mountain goats, big horn sheep, my first porcupine, a hundred + bald eagles, and bigfoot which turned out to be a very large hairy Ukrainian man skinny dippin!!!!! I deleted that picture but can’t get it out of my head!! YIKES!!!! the scenery is incredible on the lower loop. Going to go back and test my new Indian in three years with a trip from Arctic Circle to Key West. two words of advice…take tools and extra parts. I ran across a lady by herself with a busted radiator hose that had waited for 30 hours for a wrecker to get to her in the middle of nowhere. I had an extra hose that we made work to get her home. when she call for help they told her it would be 49 hours before they could get to her because they were 6 hours round trip away and had 7 customers in the same situation that called before she did….. and secondly……..if you are coming from the states…they will ask you how much cash you have on you at the border. They want to be sure you have enough to get your vehicle fixed and off their beautiful road system if needed instead of leaving it to rust and be removed at their expense. They don’t ask to see the cash but will ask to have piece of mind…. have a great trip

  4. Robert says

    I enjoyed your posts along the way on the AlCan highway. I’m looking forward to taking this trip.

  5. Mark says

    PS I will post a link to our pictures when we return stateside!

    Mark

  6. Yvonne says

    Enjoyed your post immensely. When exactly did you. Make this trip?
    Was it later than mid / September? And was your vehicle a 4wheel drive?

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Yvonne, we did this trip late September/early October. Our car is a front wheel drive but we did put snow tires on it :)

  7. Mark Sanders says

    This insight into your road trip to Alaska has been very helpful to me and my wife. We are planning on moving to Alaska next summer for the foreseeable future. I’ve already started mapping out the best possible route to take beginning in June of 2015. I am curious to know whether or not we should bring an extra gasoline container to fill up at gas stations in case we ever run close to running out of gas. Did you find this a necessary precaution, or not? I appreciate any feedback you could offer. Thanks.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Mark,

      That really depends on your car and how much you are hauling. We never had an issue with fuel, but I was in a VW GTI. If you are in a larger vehicle with poor gas mileage and are towing a lot of weight it could be an issue. Whenever we are in a remote area I always follow one rule: Fill up at every gas station I see. Even if I only need a 1/4 tank the 10 minute stop is worth the piece of mind. With all that being said, if you are still worried about it, buy and fill a 10 gallon spare (the can will cost you about 10 bucks) fill it up, and worst case scenario you wont use it. Let us know if you have any other questions. What part of Alaska are you moving to?

      • Mark Sanders says

        We have a 2013 Toyota Rav 4. The mileage isn’t as good as it can get, but its also not that bad either. We are planing on moving all of our furniture, etc. via a moving company (which is a huge expense!) so we won’t be towing anything. Stopping at every gas station sounds like a good rule of thumb.
        We will be moving to Fairbanks so that I can finish school and my wife can, Lord willing, find a teaching position at one of the local schools. Currently we live in Laramie, WY, but I was born and raised in Tallahassee, FL, so the very idea of living in Alaska has always fascinated me. People have warned me time and time again about how cold it gets up there, but my reply is always the same: the colder it gets, the happier I become!

  8. Tamar says

    Hey, my friend and I are planning on taking a trip up to Alaska from Seattle next August. We’re bringing our two dogs. Was it difficult to find dog friendly accomodations throughout your trip (besides the one you mentioned).

    -Tamar

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Tamar,

      In some cases it was a bit difficult. If you can give me a bit more specific information on your route, I would be happy to make some suggestions for you.

      Cheers,
      Kenin

  9. Aaron says

    I am planning on moving to Alaska, from Dallas, TX. The problem for me is that I will be driving in January. I have 2 months to plan this trip.

    I understand the roads during this time will be difficult and a major issue. While I continue to do my research I have a few questions:

    – What do you need to have when driving through Canada? Do you need a passport?
    – My fuel cost will be about $600 for the entire trip. Even though I read your comments about sleeping in Motels and B&B, I plan on saving as much money as I can and plan to drive and be frugal with everything. For me the adventure is not as much as the scenic route as it is to the Destination which is Hope, AK. Could you give a list or thoughts on this and what your additional costs were on your trip. This would help me estimate and insure I have enough funds to get there.

    Alaska has been my life long dream to go and I will be driving alone. I am moving and will retire up there. I am taking several risks by moving but even a bigger one but moving without a Job. But at the age of 29 and having No Kids, I feel this will be my last time before I never go and then be miserable. I am doing this on my own with no outside help as I do not have any, so any tips or wise information would be much appreciative.

    Cheers!

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Aaron,

      Thanks for your questions. You are correct making the drive in January will be more than difficult, it will be dreadful. Do you have experience driving in ice and snow on mountains? If not I really suggest that you wait until the Spring thaw. There are always truckers on the Al-Can, but the road is terrible in the winter and there are many mountain passes that can face closure that time of year. Also, most of the mountains don’t have guardrails, so unless you are running studded snow tires I wouldn’t get out on these roads. You also mention making this drive alone, not a good idea in this kind of weather at all.

      I believe you do need a passport to drive through Canada. There may be some special exception, but I’m not aware of it.

      As far as costs goes, I’m sure there are ways to shave off quite a few expenses, but once again the winter will not be your friend. I’ve slept in the car, or camped many times to save money, but not when it’s 20 below zero. You might want to look into couchsurfing.

      Food can get expensive on the trip, especially through Canada, expect to spend about 20% more on food than you normally would. Same is true on fuel. You will be spending about 40% more in Canada and in Alaska. If you plan on using all cash, wait until you are near one of the border towns and then hit a regular bank to exchange money. Most of them always have CAD on hand and it’s cheaper than exchanging at the border.

      Good Luck – Let me know if you have any other questions.

  10. j vertz says

    do you know if mosquitos are a problem late aug., early sept.?

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Yes! They get HUGE up there too. You might be OK in September, but AUG temps are definitely still warm enough for mosquitos.

  11. Rich says

    I have slept many times in my suv. I have cooler and plenty of food to get from edmonton to alaska in maybe 4 days. Can I expect to drive until tired and then easily find a pull out off the alcan for the night?
    Any Canadian laws against this?
    Thanks

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hi Rich, Because the AlCan is a major trucking route, there are many pull outs and stop off areas for you to nap in. We did the same on a couple points and had no issue with it. As far as I am aware it’s completely legal. Cheers!

  12. Debbie says

    Drove once up from California to Alaska in 2001. Looking for the most scenic trip through Canada from Florida for another trip to move my friend up. We will be driving a U-Haul in early May and don’t want to take more than 12 days. Do you know the best place to enter Canada; North Dakota or Montana or should we go over to Washington?

    • Kenin Bassart says

      IF you are coming up from Florida you can cross the border from Great Falls, Montana, which will bring you up through Calgary, AB or enter through Kalispell, MT and you can visit Banff National Park. Going over to Washington will take a lot of excess time and mileage.

  13. Donna says

    Have a trip planned to Alaska in the summer of 2015. Have heard tails of needing a full set of tires. Are there camping areas, campgrounds along the way? What does a gallon of gas cost in Canada? Enjoyed all the comments and looking forward to more.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hi Donna,

      The Al-Can is a very gentle road compared to a couple decades ago. There was a time where you did need lots of tires, but at this point a good clean set of tires, and a good spare should be all you need. There are campgrounds and camping areas along the way along with motels, and motor inns. Right now gas is running about .95 CAD a litre which is about 3.60 a Gallon in Canadian Dollars. With the current exchange rate against the US that makes it roughly 2.90 a Gallon, which isn’t bad at all. Gas gets more costly as you go North though. so plan for that.

  14. Anthony says

    Hello. I am making a trip from Fairbanks, Alaska to Seattle, Washington and was wondering what are some of the best maps to use. Is Google map and mapquest good resources???

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hey Anthony,

      I use Google Maps for the majority of my trip planning and have never had a problem.

  15. dj says

    We are leaving Idaho mid May and heading to Fairbanks. Do we need hotels reservations that time of year along the alcan?

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hey DJ,

      You can expect some traffic in Mid-May for sure, I would make reservations ahead of time.

      Cheers,
      Kenin

  16. Mary Barnes says

    My grandfather helped build the Al Can highway and I have the movies of some of what he did.
    He was fortunate enough to be a foreman on the crew and made really good money for the times and purchased a movie camera and took footage of the camps, etc.

    Some day it is one of my bucket list items to see if I can be in the same spot he was all these years later and also just be in awe of how it was built.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Mary,

      That’s awesome! Thanks for sharing that with us. I hope you get to drive it some day, it truly is an incredible experience.

  17. Pauli says

    Hi, this trip looks amazing!
    I am planning to do something like that next month.
    How many weeks do I need to drive all the way up to Alaska and all the way down back again?

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hey Pauli,

      It was a pretty amazing trip! Out total trip time was 59 days from Key West, FL to Deadhorse, AK and back to Miami, FL

  18. Jon Rudolf says

    Any problem with crossing the Canadian border to and from Alaska? And does Canada take US credit cards? We’re up for a far north trip 8/10/15 and on. Just camping and fishing gear to haul up to the Brooks Range. Thanks.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hey Jon,

      We haven’t had any border crossing issues at all on our short trips. Especially when you tell the border crossing that all you are doing is driving to AK and back. As far as the US credit card thing goes, yes, they do take US cards. Just check with your CC company to find out what the exchange rate/ international fee is. You might be better off getting cash before you cross over and then spending that, or looking into getting a credit card that doesn’t charge an exchange rate at all.

  19. Lynne says

    I am moving from Alaska to Illinois. I am thinking of making the drive in either October or November. My main concern is the roads. Will the roads be a problem this time of year. Thanks in advance.

    • Kenin Bassart says

      Hey Lynne,

      We drove the roads in October and they were fine, if you wait until November though, you are going to be dealing with a lot higher chance of snow.

  20. Debbie says

    We are planning to make this trip next June 2016 with another couple. Putting information together for camping. We are pulling a camping trailer to stay in. Sounds amazing.

    • Earl says

      We also are going to make a trip to Alaska in June of 2016 from Nevada. Will be driving a Class C motorhome pulling a little Fiat.

  21. Isolde says

    Plan a trip to the Yukon and Alaska in September. I have a valid Costa Rican drivers license and wonder, if I need an international one.