Restrictions on Operating the Motorhome
Some roads in the State of Alaska are not well maintained, nor well suited for motorhome travel. Because the safety of our customers, the communities they travel through, and the motorhomes themselves are our top priority, RV travel in Alaska does come with road restrictions. On these roads you may operate the vehicle under certain restrictions . The restrictions are:
- Do not exceed 25 MPH. It is strongly recommended that this is adhered to.
- 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. Under no conditions are these roads to be traveled on with a motorhome from Great Alaskan Holidays:
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.