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Old 01-13-2013, 04:29 AM   #16
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: Western Vermont
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Originally Posted by tagesk View Post
Sorry to digress - but why is it called "Top of the world" when Inuvik according to Google Maps is at a mere 68 degrees north?
Am I missing something?

Most of the roads up north follow the rivers and valleys.....just flatter and easer to cut thru. The Top of the world road is just a summer only road.. that has been made following the tops of the mountains (mostly rolling) so has some spectacular views. It is also MUCH short way to get to Tok than going back thru Whitehorse.
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