PT. 13 (MP 1024): Most Memorable Scenery along the Alaska Highway

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KLUANE LAKE (KTUU) So far we've traveled more than 1,000 miles from Dawson Creek, British Colombia, to Kluane Lake in the Yukon. Although we still have hundreds of miles separating us and Delta Junction, the end of the Alaska Highway, it was a great time to reflect on the memories made to this point.

For me, my favorite stretch of road was between Fort Nelson and Lake Watson. Throughout the drive, we encountered caribou, stone sheep, black bears and an entire herd of wood bison. All that wildlife combined with picturesque scenery of Muncho Lake and the Canadian Rockies, will be a part of the trip I never forget.

As for Nikki, she also enjoyed the wildlife and scenery near Muncho Lake, saying this trip from start to finish gave her a new perspective on the world we live in.

"I feel like living in Alaska, we get almost immune to natural beauty," said Nikki Carvajal. "You just get so used to it. But doing something like this, there's still so much more we haven't seen yet."