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2011-10-12 18:15:20
2011-10-12 18:15:20

no a horse can not drive through Canada and Alaska


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Because, you have to drive through canada... Another country.

Yes, you can. You will have to drive through part of Canada to get there, but it is possible.

Yes, but you have to go through Canada.

Yes. There is a highway from Alaska through Canada and across the lower 48 states.

Nope, you have to go on boat first if you don't want to pass through Canada. (Or Plane)

Not if you fly, but it is needed to drive through Canada.

Yes, but you will need to go through Canada or take a ferry.

Yes, but you would have to go through Canada at least once to do so.

Yes you do, but only if you are determined to drive because it can be reached by Sea and Air. Alaska is on the far northwest of Canada and if you go to the map you can tell.

Well, Alaska IS part of the US. If you mean the US Mainland (the "lower 48"), yes, you can drive. Your route takes you through Yukon Territory Canada.

In order to drive by automobile to Alaska from Seattle, Washington, the trip would cause one to drive into Canada. Alaska and the Continental US is separated by Canada.

Yes, but you would have to go through Canada or take a ferry instead.

Alaska///////seattle is in the usa you have to drive thru british Columbia in Canada to get to anchorage

It would take you 9 days if you drove for 8 hours a day, to get to a remote town in Alaska, by going through Canada.

You don't need one. Canada and the United States are both members of the Unilateral Driving Compact through the United Nations; your Alaska drivers license is usable in Canada.

Canada is between the main part of the US and Alaska.

Alaska is one of the 50 United States. Being a resident doesn't give or restrict the ability to buy a car. I belive you will need a US Passport to drive through Canada through. Its a long drive 2-5 days depending on if you sleep or bring another driver.

If it can be driven it would take about 3 or more days, but you would have to go through parts of Canada as well.

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