Category Archives: Canada

On Back roads through the Lake and Kootenay District

The Yellowhead Highway is a popular road between Prince Rupert and Prince George in northern British Columbia. This road is also known as Highway of Tears. The locals tell us a sad story about a series of unsolved murders and … Continue reading

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Baer on the run!

The next day, we continue our trip through the hilly terrain. Additionally to the long climbs, we are facing since two days a gusty head wind. It is sometimes so exhausting and frustrating that I swearing in my mind and … Continue reading

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Camping in the wilderness

Instead of pedaling the busier Alaska Highway, we choose to cycle along the Cassiar Highway through the wilderness. The Cassiar Highway is much more remote and because of that, there are not too many places or towns along the way … Continue reading

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Diving Moose

On a car ferry we cross the wide “Great river”, as the Natives call it here. From the shores of the Yukon river, it is only a short ride to Dawson city in the Yukon Territory, which covers an area … Continue reading

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Top of the World Highway

The Top of the World Highway is a 79 miles long highway, beginning at a junction with the Taylor Highway near Jack Wade, Alaska traveling east to its terminus at the ferry terminal in West Dawson, on the western banks of … Continue reading

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Spectacular ferry ride to Alaska

With a laughing and crying eye, we wave back. We will miss the relaxed Island groove, but we also look forward for new exiting adventurer and interesting meetings along the way. Beginning of June 2011, we finally continue our bicycle journey. … Continue reading

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