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The Alaska Highway was built in 1942 to give the military a direct, safe land route to bases in Alaska. The highway, once a muddy route famous for its difficulties, is now a two-lane paved road famous for its scenery and reliability. The highway's southern terminus is at Dawson Creek, in northern British Columbia, and the highway officially ends at Delta Junction, Alaska. From Dawson Creek it's 1,700 miles to Fairbanks or 1,900 to Anchorage.

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Services, ranging from fuel stations to restaurants and hotels, are available the length of the highway.

Dawson Creek is accessible by highways leading up from Montana and Washington.

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