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Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada: Mile 0 Alcan Highway Markers

Two different photo-worthy markers denote the beginning of the Alaska-Canada Highway. If you want to see the other end, you'll have to drive 1523 miles to Fairbanks.

800 Hwy 2, Dawson Creek, BC, Canada
The more elaborate marker is on the northwest corner of the traffic circle at Hwy 2/Alaska Ave. and Hwy 49; park in the lot just to the west of the marker. The other is one block west and one block south, at intersection of 10th St. and 102nd Ave.
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Mile 0 Alcan Highway Marker.

Mile 0 Alcan Highway Markers

Two different markers denote the beginning of the Alaska-Canada Highway. One is downtown at 10th St. and 102nd Ave., the other is nearby, adjacent to the visitors' center, at 8th St. and Alaska Ave.

[AM DeHart, 11/18/2023]

Only 1,523 miles to Fairbanks.

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