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Curving 9 degrees along its 534-foot timber span, the Kiskatinaw Bridge is the only original Alaska Highway bridge still in use.
In honor of Canada’s 150th anniversary this year, admission is free at all Parks Canada locations including Kluane National Park and Reserve, and the S.S. Klondike National Historic Site along the Alaska Highway. To take advantage of the deal, order a free Discovery Pass on the Parks Canada website. Regular fees still apply at Parks Canada campgrounds. Parks Canada 888-773-8888, www.pc.gc.ca (Top) Hunter with Frogman by Tlingit carver Alex Dickson at the George Johnston Museum in Teslin, Yukon.
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