15 Days

This tour will follow parts that exemplify the Gold Rush in 1896-1899 where over 100,000 prospectors made this journey to seek their fortune. Many sites are still present to give you that taste of the historic Klondike Gold Rush. We travel the fully paved Alaska Highway with stops like Liard Hot springs, The Signpost Forest in Watson Lake, and many spectacular viewpoints. Abundant wildlife along the way makes it even more exciting to possibly see a glimpse of moose, bear, sheep, eagles, and bison. This will be one epic journey and we’d like to share it with you!


Day 1 Seattle, WA – Arrival (0 mi/0 km)

Welcome to one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, Seattle, Washington. Enjoy a long leisurely stroll down the famed Seattle waterfront, enjoy a ferry ride on Elliot Bay, visit the Space Needle, or try your hand throwing salmon at the world famous Pike’s Place Market. Tonight we will take in a great dinner at a local landmark restaurant.

Day 2 Seattle, WA – Osoyoos (285 mi/456 km)

Today we say goodbye to the City of Seattle after pickup up our motorcycles, and quickly make our way to some of the most beautiful back roads in the State of Washington. Highway 9 is a Northwest treasure that winds through the carnation and tulip fields as we head north towards Mt. Baker and North Cascades National Parks. Highway 9 drops us off at the North Cascades Highway as we head east through what is quite literally some of the most stunning scenery. Our stop for the night is the small town of Osooyos after the Canadian Border crossing, where we will sit along the lake sipping an ice cold drink or glass of wine and reflect on the incredible day we just shared.

Day 3 Osoyoos – Kamloops, BC (180 mi/288 km)

We’ll enjoy our morning coffee along the river before heading north and into the heart of Canada’s wine country, Oliver, B.C. We will explore roads that wind through vineyards and fruit stands and lunch along the shores of Canada’s beautiful Lake Okanogan. From here we head northwest, riding through the majestic mountains rising in the distance as we make our way to our home for the night in Kamloops, B.C. where we will enjoy some Canadian hospitality.

Day 4 Kamloops – Quesnel, BC (250 mi/400 km)

Today we will start riding along the Kamloops river and Thompson River on Canadian Highway 1. You’ll love winding your way through the Cariboo Highway passing lakes and rivers all day. Today’s destination is the picturesque community of Quesnel, located in a quite valley, surrounded by lush forests. Like many towns along the Fraser River, Quesnel was a stopping point for Simon Fraser on his river trip of 1808, and it was named for one of his lieutenants on the voyage.

Day 5 Quesnel – Dawson Creek, BC (325 mi/520 km)

You’re in for lots of history today as we travel across the Kiskatinaw Bridge: A 531 ft curved structure, one of the first of its kind in Canada. It is the only original bridge still in use along the highway. Mile 148 brings us to Suicide Hill, an awesome decent with spectacular views. We are official in north country as the gas stops are now critical!

Day 6 Dawson Creek – Fort Nelson, BC (280 mi/448 km)

We start the day on the beginning of the Alaska Highway and after the photo op with the sign, we’re off to Fort Nelson. We’ll wander our way through farmlands and mountains, as well as cross over Kiskatinaw and Peace rivers.

Day 7 Fort Nelson – Muncho Lake, BC (150 mi/240 km)

Today we head back into the mountains while we travel to Muncho Lake with its turquoise colors brilliant in the morning sun. The colors are attributed to the minerals leaching into the water. The abundance of wildlife on this stretch will have us stopping many times for great photo ops.

Day 8 Muncho Lake – Watson Lake, AZ (170 mi/272 km)

Today you could take a relaxing rest at the Liard River Hot springs with its natural hot water river leaves you wondering how mother nature heats its water to a temp nearly unbearable. Before the day is finished we cross the provincial border into the magical and mysterious Yukon. We’ll also visit the Signpost Forest, this town’s most notable attraction. It was all started by a homesick soldier pointing a sign towards his hometown of Danville, IL. That collection has grown to over 72,000 unique signs.

Day 9 Watson Lake – Whitehorse, YT (275 mi/440 km)

As we trek north we view a couple beautiful lakes, Teslin and Marsh. The capital of Yukon is our place of rest for the evening, Whitehorse!.

Day 10 Whitehorse, YT – Free Day (0 mi/0 km)

Today is yours to rest or explore. The world is your oyster as you can take a day tour or even ride down to Skagway, Alaska to check out the town.

Day 11 Whitehorse – Beaver Creek, YT (280 mi/448 km)

Travelling north from Whitehorse in the distance you will see the Wrangell-St Elias Mountain Range protruding to the sky, containing many of the highest peaks in North America. Haines Junction is the Gateway to Kluane National Park covering 22,000 sq kms which is also home to Kluane Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. Wrangell-St Elias and Kluane are only divided by international boundaries, but together they form one of the largest National Park.

Day 12 Beaver Creek – Glennallen, AK (250 mi/400 km)

This is your last day in Canada and you’ll cross into Alaska at the beginning of the day. We jump off the Alaska Highway in Tok and start heading down the Glenn Highway. Spectacular views of Wrangell-St Elias will start to appear closer and closer to make for a breathtaking ride through the great state of Alaska.

Day 13 Glennallen, AK – Free Day (0 mi/0 km)

Here is another rest day or if you want a real adventure, you can ride over Thompson pass to Valdez. Valdez is the end of the Alaska pipeline and also has a popular bear viewing spot where they feast on fish. Worthington Glacier will greet you as take this ride down to Valdez and will offer plenty of photo opportunities.

Day 14 Glennallen – Anchorage, AK (180 mi/288 km)

The Glenn Highway is full of amazing views. One of the largest ice-fields and mountains sit just south and offer you breathtaking views of glaciers and rustic mountains. You’ll get a up-close look at the Matanuska Glacier which is one of the most accessible glaciers. After we drop-off our motorcycles we will stay in beautiful downtown Anchorage. Later tonight we will gather together for our final dinner and raise our glasses to an incredible journey, lifelong memories, and most importantly, the kind of friendships that can only be forged on the road.

Day 15 Anchorage, AK – Departure (0 mi/0 km)

Let’s meet over breakfast to start planning next year’s ride. The best time to start dreaming is now!

2023 Departure Date

8 June – or choose a custom date for your group

Alaskan Adventure 1 Guided Tour (Approx 2,625 miles / 4,200 km)


  • Late Model Motorcycle Rental Motorcycle
  • Friendly Hotels
  • Ability to Customise Your Trip Route with the best Motorcycle Roads
  • Leather-Bound Road Book
  • Support Vehicle With Luggage Transportation
  • Spare Motorcycle
  • Professional Support Driver
  • Professional Bi-Lingual Tour Guide
  • Group Riding Experience with Social Events Daily
  • Breakfast Included
  • All Fuel on Riding Days
  • Welcome Reception and
  • Farewell Dinner


  • 1 Rider / 1 Bike / 1 Room: From AU$ 12,885 per person*
  • 2 Riders / 2 Bikes / 1 Room: From AU$ 10,238 per person*
  • Pillion Passenger (Twin Share): From AU$ 2,061 per person*
  • Car Passenger (Twin Share): From AU$ 2,530 per person*

* NB: Due to currency fluctuations, the prices above are indicative only. Please contact us for your quote.


Motorcycle Tour Inquiry Form

Please provide us with your best contact number. We will not call you unless we have a specific question that requires an urgent response.
The Tour Name is located at the top of this page
If you are not sure of an exact departure date, please give us an indication of when you are looking to travel.
Receive updates on upcoming motorcycle tours around the world, product reviews and more. We understand that we all receive far too may emails so will not bombard you with offers or information. We do not pass on your contact details to anyone outside of Ride the World unless it is for the purpose of securing your place on a Ride the World tour through one of our suppliers.