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North American Epic 2nd section


AlaskaHighway01-Watson Lake

For cyclist who cannot cycle the whole tour but still want to ride a part of the North American Epic Ride, can ride the 2nd section of our Epic Ride This section starts in Whitehorse and follows close to 1400 km of the Alaska Highway. This section ends in Fort St John.

14 days
1340 km / 833 mi
$ 0.-
  • Cycling the Alaska Highway
  • Signpost Forest Watson Lake
  • Turquoise Muncho Lake
  • Frontier City of Whitehorse
  • There are 10 more sections. Deposit $170.- pp.



14 days
Easy = untrained, normal physical condition
Moderate = regular cyclist, good condition
Challenging = experienced, well trained
Guided = with cycling guide(s) - support van
Self Guided = individual - directions+maps
Daily distance
80-100 km / 50-62 mi
Total distance
1340 km / 833 mi
Deluxe = 4-5 star hotel or excellent B&B
Basic = 1-2 star hotel/motel or B&B
Camping = tent, sports hall or campus
Camping, full board
Luggage transport
Daily luggage transfers
Not included
28 Jul 2025 - 08 Aug 2025
Tour price not available yet
Whitehorse - Canada
Fort St. John- Canada
Airport at start
Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport YXY
Airport at finish
North Peace Regional Airport YXJ

Prices *Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability*

Price per person / please note the prices are subject to change depending availability
The tour price per person
$ 0.-


Included / Not included

Alaska Highway

Hot springs, buffalo, and moose…

The 2nd section of our epic ride follows close to 1400 km of the Alaska Highway, which was constructed during World War II for the purpose of connecting the contiguous USA to Alaska. Legendary for being a rough, challenging drive, the highway is currently paved over its entire length, although we can expect a few rougher stretches due to construction work and periodic flooding.

From Whitehorse, our route takes us past tranquil Teslin Lake, then across the continental divide for the first time, and into Watson Lake famed for its signpost of license plates from around the world. From there, it’s into the northeast corner of British Columbia and a rest day in search of moose and a refreshing dip at the Liard Hotsprings.

The quiet majesty of jade green Muncho Lake will beckon us onwards towards Fort Nelson which was founded as a trading post but today derives its livelihood from oil & gas and forestry. This section ends in Fort St John. Here departing and arriving riders have the convenience of an airport with connections to and from Edmonton and Vancouver.

* This is a general itinerary. Tour itineraries are subject to change based on the group, available accommodations and other unforeseen circumstances such as the weather, local conditions, government intervention, that may affect the quality of the trip and/or safety of the participants. Please view this itinerary as an outline as to what to expect on this tour.

Level: intermediate

Some long and tough days with shorter less challenging days mixed in. Environment (sometimes including wind and heat) and terrain (including some significant climbing) are more of a factor. Some unexpected challenges may creep in from time to time.

Prices based on double occupancy at hotels. Solo riders will be paired with another rider of the same sex at no additional charge.
11 Riding days, 2 rest days


6 Nights in hotels
8 Nights of camping
Most dinners
Most breakfasts
All roadside lunches
Experienced chef
Vehicle to carry your bags
GPS tracks & route notes
Experienced tour leader
Sweep rider
Bike mechanic
Tour jersey
Pre-tour information bulletins

Not included:

Flights and transfer to and from the tour
Food on rest days plus dinner on nights before rest days
Gratuity guides

Map & Routes



For this section, we recommend a touring bike with 35-40c
For more information see PDF file below


choosing a bicycle
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