Prudhoe Bay Hotel
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Been riding all day. The place to stay in Prudhoe
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It was a fitful night's sleep. Not so much because of the continual sunlight, because we had black-out curtains on the cabin, but because of the constant rain on the tin roof. Knowing that the rain was deepening the already treacherous mud increased my anxiety about the day's upcoming ride. Breakfast at 8 was sourdough pancakes, eggs, and strong …
Maybe a couple of hours tossing and turning, I feel excited
and nervous, like a boy in Christmas eve, waiting for the day he can rip open
his presents….I rise before the alarm, my goal is to get some strong coffee
brewed for when Christine gets up. Piece
of **** MSR stove, or I should say the pressurizing fuel pump, nothing but
issues, will not pressurize the bottle, don’t have time to trouble shoot ...
... ice slurry that gives you very little traction or stability especially on 2 wheels.
Besides those area, the views were spectacular as you can see from the pictures and the ride was phenomenal. While this road is designed to carry large and heavy cargo to the North Slope for Oil Exploration and other mining purposes, it has been the desire of many an adventure rider ...
... The first
excitement was crossing the Arctic Circle – a hugely significant point with no
obvious signs, but at least providing a good photo opportunity!
There is only one place to stop on the road – Coldfoot Camp,
which is about halfway up. This is the only opportunity to refuel before
Prudhoe Bay – making the Dalton Highway the longest stretch of road in the US
without services. We arrived about six o’clock ...
... highway - Marion Creek Campground. Located on the edge of the creek it is surrounded by tall bare-of-any-trees mountains of the Brook Range.
Next day we continued through the Brook Range crossing the continental divide at Artigun Pass before descending onto the tundra and the northern slopes which flow into the even flatter coastal plains that border the Arctic Ocean.
We rolled into Deadhorse which is not ...