The Dempster Highway, which runs between Yukon’s capital, Whitehorse, and the Klondike Gold Rush site of Dawson City, is regarded as one of Canada’s hardest trips. The highway, which traces a decades-old dog sled patrol route, was developed in the late 1950s to open up the MacKenzie Delta to oil and gas prospecting. This lengthy, lonely Dempster Highway is one of Canada’s greatest driving adventures, offering an amazing journey across stunning northern landscapes. It’s also a difficult journey in a difficult area (if you drive the full length, you’ll receive a certificate from the Inuvik tourism office) since the route is uneven, there’s no phone coverage, and there’s only one gas station around halfway through.
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