Super stoked to find this site, hoping to get some helpful advice. Thanks in advance!
So a good friend of mine drives out to Alaska every summer to mine gold with his uncle. For the last three years I have been flying out early/mid fall to meet him out west for a 10 or so day long backpacking/hiking road trip on his his journey home. This year, however, I plan to fly out to Anchorage and make the trek down through Alaska back in to the states and eventually home to Kansas City, MO.
Given weather conditions of late October - early November, Im trying to decide if we should go straight south towards Washington state and then through Idaho and Wyoming, or if we should prolong our stay in Canada and then head south into the Dakotas. Looking to do as much hiking as possible and camp where we can along the way. Also open to all the coolest unique cultural locations to check out in Canada.
Anything Is helpful. Thanks again!