Shuttle service for the Parks Highway.
They provide service between Anchorage, Talkeetna, Denali,
Fairbanks, Whitehorse, Dawson City, and all points between. They claim to
run the only year round service between Fairbanks & Anchorage - daily both
directions in the summer, and 3-days a week in both directions in the
Sunday, Tuesday & Friday. North on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday).
Fairbanks Shuttle - Local Service
There is also the Fairbanks Shuttle, which offers
local transportation to/from any Fairbanks location for $5 one way or $8 for
a round trip per person. The Fairbanks Shuttle and most of the local tours are door-to-door
services. Call 1-800 770-2267
It is $7 for Airport or Railroad transfers, and they operate
from 6 a.m. to 10 p. m. in the summer, and 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the winter.
They also have 1/2 day tours of popular attractions for $39 per person, and
charters are available.
Other Transportation and Tours
They provide same day travel connections between Denali &
Seward via Two Dog Trucking & Transportation, as well as Group Charters
Statewide & throughout Yukon, Canada
NEW in 2006
Dawson City to Whitehorse - Klondike Scenic Tour
Talkeetna Sunshine Shuttle - local Talkeetna area shuttle
Denali Sunrise Shuttle - local Denali/Cantwell/Healy shuttle
1-800-770-7275 Toll Free
We strongly recommend that you visit their
exact schedules and pricing information.
Parks Highway route
This shuttle service serves any point between
Anchorage, Nenana, Healy, Denali Park, Cantwell, Talkeetna, Wasilla,
and Fairbanks. They have a chart of prices, but "flag stop"
service is available at any point along the route. You can get
off for as long as you wish, then continue with them when
another bus comes through. Reservations are not required and
walk-ons are welcome, but they do not guarantee you a seat
during peak travel days. This one route serves daily north and
south in the summer. In the winter,
it goes south on
Sunday, Tuesday & Friday, and travels north on Monday, Wednesday, and
Saturday. Rates vary with the stop.
Top of the World route
This route includes all points between Fairbanks,
Tok, and Dawson City, Yukon. It is a combination of several scenic
"highways", about 100 miles each: Richardson Highway,
Alaska Highway, and the Taylor Highway. The last 80 miles
(127km) is the part from the junction of the Taylor Highway and
Dawson City, Yukon. It is this portion of the route with
its hairpin curves, and high elevation along the spine of a
series of mountain ranges that give the highway its name.
Parks Highway Express departs Fairbanks three times a week for
The Taylor Highway (45 miles) is gravel road
that takes in many varied landscapes, from boreal forest to alpine
tundra. This is a route open only during the summer months,
Klondike Scenic Tour is offered 3 days a week between Dawson City and
Whitehorse, along the Klondike Highway, with stops at the Braeburn Lodge
and in Stewart and Pelly Crossing.
If traveling alone, call them to be put on a list or
to be notified if there are other individual travelers wanting to go.
Important note for Canada:
Point to Point service is not allowed in Canada.
Trips begun in Canada must be completed within Alaska.