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How Our Hellwig Sway Bars Held Up Driving to Alaska (Review)

Are you wondering if a Hellwig Sway Bar install is worth it? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We put the front and rear sway bars to the test by driving thousands of miles on rough backroads with a 5000lbs camper. We’ll give you our final review, so get comfortable and keep scrolling!  We …

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Cold Weather Camping: How to RV in Winter

Do you camp in cold weather? While RVing is generally associated with summertime and warm-weather activities, you CAN use your RV for winter recreation, as well! However, you need to make sure you and your RV are well equipped to take on the unique challenges of cold weather camping. Cold Weather Camping Challenges Camping in …

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‘Go North’ Alaska Travel Series Available on Amazon Prime

We are excited to announce that our 20-episode documentary travel series, “Go North,” is now available to stream on Amazon Prime! The ‘Go North’ Alaska Travel Series “Go North” chronicles our travels in a Lance Truck Camper over 6 months driving north through Canada, Alaska, and all the way to the Arctic Ocean. Adventure met …

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The End of the Journey | Go North Episode 20

The end was near. Winter finally caught up to us as we turned into the homestretch of our journey, bringing not only the seasonal nostalgia of summertime, but reflections of a grand adventure approaching its conclusion. We seized each final endeavor, knowing that all too soon our time in the north would be up. Go …

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Southbound on the Stewart-Cassiar Highway

The season was changing, and marked the approach of our journey’s completion. Even though the bright, warm days of summer were gone, the onset of winter brought a unique experience – the contrast of orange leaves and white snow, the cold air and a hot campfire. Go North Episode 19 Each season brings a  unique …

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Leaving Alaska Via Haines Highway & Skagway

After nearly 5 months on the road in our Lance 1172 truck camper, we left mainland Alaska and crossed back into Canada. Mid-September was a beautiful time to drive the Haines Highway and take the Alaska Marine Highway to Skagway. Go North Episode 18 – Leaving Alaska South on the Alaska Highway Mid-September brought cooler …

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Handing in the Keys to the Lance Camper – Live Update

Time to hand in the keys to the Lance! Here is our final LIVE updates from over on the Lance Camper Facebook page where we checked in from the night before and just moments before from saying our goodbyes and heading out of Lancaster with our fifth wheel. If you missed it, click here to see our …

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Venturing to Remote McCarthy, Alaska & the Historic Kennecott Mine

McCarthy, Alaska lies in the middle of the United States’ largest National Park and is home to the historic remains of the Kennecott Mine – the largest and purest yielding copper mine of its day!   ​After saying goodbye to Valdez we drove out on the Edgerton Highway/10 to Chitina (pronounced CHIT-na), then took McCarthy …

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Tips for Boondocking in Alaska & Canada

Worried about finding places to camp on your way up to Alaska? Never fear – after our summer of traveling in northern Canada & Alaska there are MANY awesome sites for boondocking in Alaska and Canada as well as campgrounds. Here, we share our favorite strategies and tools for finding dry campsites:   Throughout the …

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Road to the Arctic Ocean – Driving the Dempster Highway to Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk Canada

In November 2017, a brand-new all-season road was opened from the town of Inuvik, NT to the hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk, located on the shore of the Arctic Ocean in the northwest territories of Canada. The Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway connected the Dempster Highway to the Arctic Ocean, and became the first and only Canadian road to the …

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