Alaska

2 years of travel

2 Years of Travel

1st February is a special date for me. It marks 2 years of travel. On that date in 2014 I started this journey which in many ways has only just begun. My journey is about the spirit of adventure and exploring t...
chilkoot trail

Hiking the Chilkoot Trail

Hiking the Chilkoot Trail Hiking the Chilkoot Trail is on a lot of peoples to do list, mine included. It has the famed history of being the trail that people took to the last of the worlds great gold rushes, t...

Cycling the Top of the World Hwy

I departed the small junction town in Alaska of Tok knowing that I had a short weather window to make my solo journey across to Dawson City in Canada. The plan was to cycle the Top of the World Hwy which is exp...

Fairbanks to Tok

Random photo of typical scenery between Fairbanks and Tok The trip from Fairbanks to Tok was nothing more than a transit really with the promise of nothing really new or exciting in the scenery stakes. (more...

Cycling the Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay

Waiting out the wind and storms on the North slope of the Dalton Hwy  Cycling the Dalton Highway- Beginning of the end   I stood on the still frozen Arctic Ocean contemplating the toughest energy sapping...

Biking and Hiking Denali National Park, well almost!

Grizzly Bear in Denali National Park We slept in the Bearproof food storage locker in Wonder Lake, escaping the snow and freezing winds, it was not part of the plan, but nature had other ideas. We were not th...

Cycling the Denali Highway

The Denali Hwy has a reputation. Its a somewhat hardcore dirt road of 200 plus kilometer that sees few tourists, has even fewer facilities and filled with wildlife. The road is exposed to the worst of the Alask...
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Prince William Sound

Captain for a day! Its not all about the bike. Sometimes traveling by ferry is a good option. (more…)...

Why do bad things come in three’s

Broken mount on the Johnson Trail I planned on cycling the Johnson Pass Trail which is a shortcut on a map but the long way round cause it takes so much longer to travel. But German engineering let me down an...

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