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Old 12-23-2012, 12:18 PM   #4
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Location: South America Riding
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North first

It seems weird to be riding north, but we had to get to the top so we can ride south to get to the bottom.How is it possible that we have never been to northern BC and the Yukon! This land is massive and spectacular. We followed the Gold Rush trail thru 100 mile, Burns Lake, and Dease Lake.

Camping by the lake in Vanderhoof.


A Palace for Two by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr

A frequent sign.


Into the land of the moose by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr

The highlight has been the ride into Stewart, BC with the valley dripping in green and dotted with dozens of waterfalls streaming down the steep sides. The Bear glacier comes down to meet you at the bottom of WINDY hill. We visited Hyder, Alaska at mile zero then headed north to the Yukon.


Stewart - Alaska trun sign by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Sara & Bikes North to Alaska Sign by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Hyder Alaska Sign by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Bear Glacier by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Sara & Daniel Bear Glacier by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Daniel bike mile 0 Alaska hwy by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr

Finally we were leaving Beautiful British Columbia for the Great North.


Sara Leaving BC by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


Welcome Yukon Sign by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr

We met up with fellow RTW rider Deb Hewson returning from Deadhorse, while on or way to Whitehorse.


Sara Daniel, Deb, Coffee time by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr


This rider was travelling with two german shepherds in his side car.



DSC00661 by Worldwide Ride.ca, on Flickr

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