The Klondike Highway stretches along the shore of Tutshi Lake in the Stikine Region of British Columbia, Canada.
The Klondike Highway winds through a mountain pass in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
Foggy mountains rise high over trees along the Klondike Highway in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
The Klondike Highway creeps around mountains along the shore of Tutshi Lake in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
A guard rail along the Klondike Highway snakes along the shore of the Yukon Territory’s Tagish Lake.
Cracked rocks showing vertical boreholes where explosives were placed to carve the Klondike Highway out of the rugged landscape of Alaska near the border with British Columbia, Canada.
A mountain rises on the far shore of Tagish Lake, British Columbia along the Klondike Highway.