Restrictions on Operating the Motorhome
Some roads are not well suited to motorhome travel. On these roads you may operate the vehicle under certain restrictions . The restrictions are:
- Do not exceed 25 MPH.
- Stop and check the tires every 10 to 15 miles to ensure you don’t have a flat on the rear dual tires.
The following are restricted roads:
Dalton Highway – from Elliott Highway to Arctic Circle
Note: Due to flying rocks Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. requires employees to wear safety glasses when driving the Dalton Highway.
- Denali Highway – Cantwell to Paxson (Occasionally in poor condition – For current conditions check with Alaska Dept of Transportation)
- Denali National Park Road
- Elliott Highway – Fairbanks to Manley Hot Springs
- Klondike Loop Highway – Chicken to Dawson City
- Steese Highway – Fairbanks to Circle
- Top of the World Highway – Dawson City to Chicken
- Taylor Highway – Tetlin Junction to Eagle
Due to the poor condition of some roads and highways in Alaska and the Yukon, you are prohibited from operating the vehicle on the following roads:
- Alaska Highway – East of Jake’s Corner, Yukon Territory
- Campbell Highway – Carmacks to Watson Lake, Yukon Territory
- Canol Road – Alaska Highway to NWT border
- Dalton Highway – Arctic Circle to Prudhoe Bay
- Dempster Highway – Dawson City to Inuvik
- Hatcher Pass Road – Willow to Wasilla – Fishhook Road
- McCarthy Road – Chitina to Kennecott
- Nabesna Road – Slana to Nabesna
*Note: some sections of the road into Denali National Park are prohibited or restricted by the National Park Service.