Sprinters on the Arctic Drive featured a graphic of the route map. Note red rear off lamp is on.
Blowing snow at times obscured visibility frequently running northwest on the Alaska Highway from the city of Whitehorse in Canada's Yukon Territory to the tiny town of Tok in Alaska.
Moose heads sprout from many a wall in the Yukon and Alaska.
White with snow or not, the Alaska Highway was more often than not slick with ice, too.
Sprinter takes a star turn bathed in light while being time-lapse photographed by one of the pro photogs among the convoy drivers.
Tok, AK, 7 am: Despite temperature hovering at -40 F/C, every Sprinter started on coldest morning thus far of the Arctic Drive.
Move the Sprinter gear selector down to "Drive" and then just tap it to the left to downshift into four low speeds as needed.
Running toward daylight outside Tok, AK, while counting the lit red rear fog lamps on the Sprinters ahead.
Arctic wolf's last stand on shelf inside roadside cafe in Glennallen, AK.
Awe-inspiring Alaskan scenery in Glennallen.
Pulling out of cafe parking lot in Glennallen, AK.
Sprinter Arctic Drive convoy ready to roll again.
Dinner had to wait for the nightly fueling-up ritual.
Your intrepid reporter on "scenery break" on way to Anchorage.
Time to gain an hour-- very welcome sign in a land where daytime fades so early in the winter.
Back in the USA!
Sprinters herding beside "Welcome to Alaska" sign at the U.S.-Canada border.
Drivers happily headed back to their warm Sprinter cabs.
Chasing the setting sun on the icy road to Anchorage.
Alaska-sports themed sculpture (bench is a gun case) displayed in the Anchorage airport.
Photos from the recent Sprinter Arctic Drive.
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