Look back at the post from the 2016 Alaska trips, there are many with up to date road reports, and experiences. I will be heading South in April and back by June 1, if you are interested in road conditions at that time of the year PM me and I will be glad to help.
Two Gypsies always provide good information. Sue Thomas, photo site (http://yukonsights.ca
) can give you a good idea of the areas especially BC and Yukon Canada.
Churchs and the Mile Post are good references but they rarely change much so if you have a 2016 you will have plenty of good information.
The only road construction that I felt was really bad in the fall was at Burwash, Yukon. I travel thru that after 6 P.M. it is quieter with no construction vehicles to throw rocks at my toy. Stay at a provincial campground on either side before or after crossing. Lake Creek on the North side or Cotton Wood near Destruction Bay, there are others but these a both very nice.
I would drive both ways and take a cruise if you want to see the inside passage, you will save money and enjoy the trip more. Use any of the three routes one up and a different one heading South. Most people are in a big hurry to get to Alaska; take your time coming and going the trip in Canada is well worth the time to stop and enjoy. Drive slowly in the construction areas or frost heaves and you will save your vehicle and Toad from a lot of damage. If crossing the Top of the World Highway take your time make it a two day trip to save your vehicle from dust and rock chips.
It is a tossup between dust and rain, the dust gets into everything, mud coats everything (calcium chloride) either way you can wash up at Tok or Dawson City.
Dawson City; stay in the Provincial campgrounds they are much more pleasant experience than a gravel parking lot in down town. On the N side just after the Ferry crossing, foot traffic back to Dawson on the Ferry. On the S side out near the airport actually very quiet after 9 P.M. no one is flying.