Book Giveaway—The World-Famous Alaska Highway

With this month’s release of the fourth edition of The World-Famous Alaska Highway: A Guide to the Alcan & Other Wilderness Roads of the North (ISBN-13: 978-155591-749-4, $22.95) by Tricia Brown, Fulcrum is giving away one copy of this best-selling guide to driving the beautiful wilderness roads of Alaska. Share with us your best road trip story, either from travels in the Lower 48 or in Alaska, and we will select one lucky winner to receive a FREE copy of The World-Famous Alaska Highway.

It has long been a dream of mine to visit and travel through Alaska, and flipping through The World-Famous Alaska Highway has rekindled that dream. Tricia’s passion for Alaska really comes through in this wonderful guidebook. For more information on Tricia Brown and Alaska, visit Tricia’s website.

There are some road trip websites out there that can help you plan your route through North America, such as RoadTrip America, but if you are planning a trip through the Pacific Northwest and up into Alaska, The World-Famous Alaska Highway is hands-down the best resource. Pick up a copy today, or leave us a comment below with your favorite road trip story to enter our giveaway!

My husband and I, along with our dog Tela, have taken several road trips through scenic places all over the United States and down into Mexico. We’ve seen amazing wildlife, stunning sunsets and sunrises, and breathtaking natural wonders, but I can only imagine the incredible sites awaiting us when we someday make it to Alaska, the Last Frontier. Until then, I can only reminisce about past trips. Below are my two favorite road trips taken (so far):

Trip 1

  • Starting point: Aspen, Colorado
  • Jackson Hole, Wyoming (Dramatic views of the Grand Teton Mountain Range, and a must-stop at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar)
  • Yellowstone National Park (America’s first national park! Geysers, waterfalls, bears, oh my!)
  • Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota (Drive through the spectacular Needles Highway with hairpin curves, towering granite formations and pine covered mountains)
  • Badlands, South Dakota (Camp amongst the most unique geologic deposits and landscape I have ever seen. It’s like being on the moon!)
  • Bayfield, Wisconsin, and Madeline Island, on beautiful Lake Superior (A true gem of the Midwest. Visit Bayfield in early October during Apple Festival, then catch the ferry over to Madeline Island to take in the spectacular fall colors)
  • Back home to Aspen

Trip 2

  • Starting point: Aspen, Colorado
  • Zion National Park, Utah (Utah’s first national park! Camp and hike amidst massive canyon walls, towering cliffs, and narrow canyons. Don’t forget your camera!)
  • San Diego, California (Visit Blacks Beach in La Jolla, one of the most secluded beaches in San Diego)
  • Coronado Island, California (Explore the charming shops, restaurants, and beaches on this little island, and enjoy fresh seafood in the harbor with views looking at lit-up San Diego at night)
  • Manhattan Beach, California (Rent a beach cruiser and cruise up and down the boardwalk)
  • Back home to Aspen

Get out on the road and have some fun!


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Founded in 1984, Fulcrum Publishing is one of the largest independent publishers in the country, with more than 450 active titles. The company maintains a high standard of quality and pride in its books, with the objective of encouraging readers to live life to the fullest and learn something new each day. Fulcrum Publishing specializes in general-interest nonfiction titles with focuses in public policy, education, Native American culture and history, travel and outdoor recreation, environmentalism, and gardening. Fulcrum is headquartered in Golden, Colorado. The Fulcrum Publishing blog is run and updated by Dani Perea. Please feel free to get in touch with any questions, comments, or ideas by e-mailing her at Dani[at]fulcrumbooks[dot com].

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