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Old 05-28-2022, 09:35 PM   #1
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Bighorn Highway, Canada...things to see?

Getting ready to hit the Bighorn on Monday and Tuesday while making my way to Alaska.
Any suggestions on sightseeing? Places to kayak? Etc...
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Old 05-29-2022, 04:57 PM   #2
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The William A. Switzer PP has some nice areas to camp in, and lakes to kayak in. Check out the old remains of the "Beaver Ranch"

This web site will give you a listing of all the POIs along the way.....

You could print it out and take along to use like the "Milepost" for the Alaska Highway.
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You'll probably see some snow along the way on the sides of the highway. There's a 7700' EL pass. I don't know why this is listed on the 'Dangerous Roads' site. If it's the elevation that's not a biggie. I-70 in CO is much higher than that.
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Drove it today Jasper to Grande Prairie. Some rough patches and steep sections but doable. Saw a mama Grizzly and two cubs 40km north of Hw 16. One stoppage for construction, 2 minutes.
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