auf meiner Motorradtour durch Westkanada und Alaska
Vom Denali Nationalpark nach Fairbanks (Fox, Gold Mine) und Tok (Alaska)
Von Tok über den
-> Taylor Highway und Top of the World Highway
-> Dawson City
Von Dawson City
-> Watson Lake und Alaska Highway
nach Dawson Creek
Fahrt in den Jasper Nationalpark (Alberta)
Am Mount Whister (2469m) und Mount Edith Cavell (3369m) (Alberta)
Auf dem Icefields Parkway nach Lake Louise (Alberta)
Von Lake Louise (Alberta) über Kamloops nach Hope ("Rambo") (British Columbia)
Ein Stadtbummel in Vancouver (British Columbia)
Das Gebiet um Whistler Mountain - Coast Mountains (British Columbia)
In Stewart (British Columbia) und Hyder (Die Geisterstadt) (Alaska)
Auf dem Stewart-Cassiar Highway 37 (British Columbia)
In Skagway und Haines (Südost-Alaska)
Rundflug im Kluane Nationalpark (Yukon Territory)
Von Beaver Creek (Yukon) über Glennallen nach Anchorage (Alaska)
In Anchorage (Alaska)
-> Postkarten aus Kanada
Amerikanische 70 cent Briefmarke (2001)
Kanadische Briefmarken (140 cent + 5 cent)
Kanadische Briefmarke (145 cent)
-> Größere Ansicht
<- Vorbei am Matanuska Glacier in den Chugach Mountains
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-> Yukon Territory (Kanada)
-> British Columbia (Kanada)
-> Alberta (Kanada)

 

 

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Mt. McKinley
in Denali Nationalpark from Stoney View Point

Photo by Jack B. Anderson
© J & H Sales Anchorage, Alaska 99501

WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE
The Sawtooth Mountain Range provides a dramatic backdrop for a Summit Excursion. This narrow gauge railroad climbs 3,000 feet in just 20 miles and features steep grades, cliff-hanging turns, historic sites and spectacular scenery.

Photo by Michael M. Anderson
© Greatland Classic Sales Co., Inc.

FOX, ALASKA
Visitors view mining equipment from a norrow gauge train that tours the Eldorado Gold Mine.
www.eldoradogoldmine.com

Photo © Ken Graham / Accent Alaska
© Artic Circle Enterprises, Anchorage, Alaska

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
This aerial view shows downtown Anchorage with Fort Richardson and Elmendorf Air Force Base. Alaska's most important business and commerce center is located on Cook Inlet.

Photo by Jack B. Anderson
© J & H Sales, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501

HYDER ALASKA and the
SALMON RIVER on the left,
STEWART, B.C. and the BEAR RIVER on the right.
The U.S.A. - Canada boundary travels down the cut line in the middle to the salt waters of Portland Canal.

© Air Photo by John Hembling
Distributed by Dollie’s Photos
Box 22, Hyder, Alaska

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DAWSON CITY
Since its formation during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898, Dawson City has lost many of its original buildings. During recent years hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent restoring or rebuilding its picturesque structures. These are some of the more recent accomplishments.

© Published by Studio North Ltd.,
Whitehorse, Yukon

MUCHO LAKE, ALASKA HIGHWAY
 mile 462. One of Canada's most beautiful lakes, it features gorgeous scenery, fishing, and big game hunting, good lodges, camp sites, and boats to rent.

© Photo: Earl Bartlett
Dist. by Bartlett Scenic Postcards
Box 314, Fort Nelson, B.C.

CANADIAN ROCKIES
A breathtaking view of Mt. Assiniboine.
Panorama époustouflant du Mont Assiniboine
.

Photo: The Postcard Factory
© Published and distributed by
The Postcard Factory
www.postcardfactory.com

OH CANADA!

© Pioneer Postcards, Kelowna, B.C.
Printed in Canada by Wayside Press Ltd. Vernon

CLINTON
BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
An aerial view of the rustic town of Clinton, rich in western history.

© Photo by Mel Basaraba
© Lakeside Colour Productions Ltd. Box 4002
Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 2V2

THE ALASKA HIGHWAY
When first completed in 1942 The Alaska Highway was full of curves. In recent years many of them have been removed and straightened as the highway has been upgraded and improved. However, many others still remain as shown in the section pictured. The verse was apparently found on an old placemat and still reflects the view of a high percentage of those who travel the road today.

© Pub. by Studio North Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon

TESLIN, YUKON
The picturesque village of Teslin is situated on a point of land at the confluence ot the Nisutlin River amd Teslin Lake. The Nisutlin Bay Bridge, pictured in the foreground, is the longest water span on the Alaska Highway.

© Published by Studio North Ltd.,
Whitehorse, Yukon

ALASKA HIGHWAY
The Yukon is located in the northwestern corner of Canada; north of British Columbia and between Alaska and the Northwest Territories. Although it is served by a network of highways, the main one is the Alaska Highway (shown as #1 on the map.) Little Atlin Lake is shown in the photo.

© Pub. by Studio North Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon

JASPER TRAMWAY
BOX 418, Jasper, Alberta,
Canada TOE 1EO
Telephone (780) 852-3093
www.jaspertramway.com

© Photo: L. Fisher

HELL’S GATE
British Columbia, Canada
The airtram descends 500 feet into the rugged grandeur of the Hell’s Gate narrows. At peak level 200 million gallons of water per minute surge through this 110 foot wide gorge on the Fraser River.

© Photo by Mel Basaraba
© Lakeside Colour Productions Ltd. Box 4002
Williams Lake, B.C. V2G 2V2

KLUANE PARK
On quiet days Kathleen Lake mirrors the peaks of the majestic Kluane Mountain Range. This area, just south of Haines Junction, Yukon, along the Haines Road, forms part of Kluane National Park. The park, which contains many of the highest mountains in North America, was designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

© Pub. by Studio North Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon

SIGN POST FOREST,WATSON LAKE,YUKON
 Historical Mile 635, Alaska Highway. Started in 1942 by a homesick soldier with one post and three signs, travellers from around the world have added others each year, increasing the number to over 40.000! The Alaska Highway Interpretive Centre with its excellent displays is adjacent.

© Photo by Earl L. Brown
Dist. by Bartlett Scenic Postcards
Box 314, Fort Nelson, B.C. VOC 1RO

McBride, British Columbia, Canada
McBride is located in the picturesque Robson Valley amidst the rugged beauty of surrounding mountains.

© Photo by Mel Basaraba
© Lakeside Colour Productions Ltd. Box 4002
Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G 2V2

ATHABASCA  GLACIER
 COLUMBIA ICEFIELD
JASPER NATIONLA PARK
Specially-equipped vehicles give visitors a close-up look at the Athabasca Glacier, one of the tongues of ice that descend from the vast Columbia Icefield.

© Photo by R. Kelly
Alberta Color, 4149-98 Street, Edmonton
Alberta, Canada T6E 5N5
www.beautyseen.com

DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER
Downtown Vancouver sits in front of a beautiful mountain backdrop. BC place is seen on the right.

© Al Harvey
Altitude Publishing 1-800-957-6888

KLUANE PARK
The Kaskawulsh Glacier, located in Kluane National Park, is only eighteen miles from the Alaska Highway. The glacier is usually included in "flight-seeing" tours of the park and can also be accessed by hiking trails.

© Pub. by Studio North Ltd. Whitehorse, Yukon

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