Alaska's Dalton Highway: One Of The World's Most Northern Stretches Of Road

PROSPECT CREEK, ALASKA - MAY 9: In an aerial view, the Dalton Highway crosses the Grayling Lake, as it borders the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on May 9, 2024 about 13 miles northeast of Prospect Creek, Alaska. The Dalton Highway (Alaska Route 11) stretches 414 miles across northern Alaska from Livengood (53 miles north of Fairbanks) to Prudhoe Bay. The 800-mile-long pipeline pushes oil from Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez. (Footage by Lance King/Getty Images)
PROSPECT CREEK, ALASKA - MAY 9: In an aerial view, the Dalton Highway crosses the Grayling Lake, as it borders the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on May 9, 2024 about 13 miles northeast of Prospect Creek, Alaska. The Dalton Highway (Alaska Route 11) stretches 414 miles across northern Alaska from Livengood (53 miles north of Fairbanks) to Prudhoe Bay. The 800-mile-long pipeline pushes oil from Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez. (Footage by Lance King/Getty Images)
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