Deadhorse Camp

Address: Mile 413.6 Dalton Highway, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Mile 413.6 Dalton Highway, Prudhoe Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Prudhoe Bay

      The end of the road

      A travel blog entry by jware on Oct 10, 2014

      10 photos

      The end of the road for this adventure. The helicopter never made it. The weather
      never improved. I spent 6 days in a
      hangar’s living quarters with chilly feet.
      Those shipping containers don’t exactly have great insulation under
      them. The plans have been scrapped and
      we’re headed home early rather than just sit around here and spend money on
      accommodations. This will be the last
      post for ...

      Prudhoe Bay Purgatory

      A travel blog entry by jware on Oct 08, 2014

      14 photos

      Still no helicopter.
      The helicopter is necessary for me to tag along and see polar
      bears. There continues to be bad weather
      in the Brooks Range preventing the pilot to make it to Deadhorse. What that means from a practical standpoint
      is that there is a lot of downtime.
      However, it seems to go somewhat quickly. A little work here, some lunch there, a trip
      around town to take a pic with the weird safety mannequin, wrapped all up ...

      A town with no residents

      A travel blog entry by jware on Oct 05, 2014

      12 photos

      Deadhorse again. Leaving Kaktovik was delayed for just a few minutes as a 4-wheeler was unloaded from the hold of the 9 passenger plane. That went surprisingly smoothly considering the ground was an icy sheet of packed snow that I was having trouble staying upright on, let alone trying to unload a 4-wheeler.

      Turns out when you're told you’re staying at the hangar, you’re really staying at a ...

      On top of the world (OK, the N America continent)!

      A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 02, 2014

      32 photos

      ... care After packing the bikes in moderate rain we delay our departure hoping for a sucker-hole in the weather. That hole comes 30 minutes later and we depart in light rain. No sooner do we hit the 30 miles of pavement, the last we'll see, when the rain increases. The end of the pavement comes, and the mud, now several inches deep, becomes our new norm. When the trucks come from behind or in front, we cannot move over due to the extremely soft shoulders, ...

      The Dalton Highway....

      A travel blog entry by navillus on Jun 30, 2014

      38 photos

      The Dalton Highway – North of Coldfoot, North of the Arctic Circle.

      We have travelled part of the Dalton now. The ride to coldfoot from Denali was nothing
      short of an endurance event. We rolled
      in to Marion Creek campground which was already filled with tents and
      motorcycles, the riders fast asleep…

      Setting up the tent at 0100, light as day, exhausted from
      the all-day ride. We will have ...