Truck Camper Magazine has published Alaska week for nine straight years. Here you’ll find articles about planning for an Alaskan adventure, where to go, and what you need to bring. Don’t even think about leaving Canada or the lower 48 until you’ve read these articles. Have you traveled to Alaska with your truck camper? If you have, please share your story about traveling to Alaska.
Tom Warren takes his Eagle Cap 1160 double slide ice fishing in Alaska. Fire up the snow machine and grab the propane...
In 1971, Dan Daddieco drove to Alaska in a VW Beetle. 45 years later, Dan returned to Alaska with his wife, Sheri.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Gene and Donna Miller sold their Class A and took their Eagle Cap triple-slide to Alaska.
The Herzfelts share their 102 day, 17,223 mile adventure trip of a lifetime from Wisconsin to Alaska.
Bonnie and Mike Pascucci are the Torklift International Treasure Hunt winners. They went to Alaska in a Northern Lite 9-6Q.
Mark Turnbull took his Four Wheel Camper Hawk on a 14,052 mile trip including two months in Alaska and the Yukon Territories.
Starting in Michigan, the Reinkers set out in their Northstar TC650 on a 8,872 mile, 21 day cannonball run to Alaska.
Jerry Caldwell shares his top ten tips on exploring Alaska on a budget including how to save on food, fuel, and camping.
Mark Turnbull helps us plan a trip to Alaska by sharing his trip planning, truck packing, rig modifying, tips and experiences.
Ladies Week continues with Linda Norman and her two golden retrievers traveling to Alaska in their Four Wheel Camper.
Bruce Rife is a man from Alaska who discovered his dream camper in Denver and ended up in a Hallmark Nepal.
From traveling the Alaska Marine Highway to fishing with a Porta-Bote, Skip Bosley shares his top ten tips for traveling through Alaska.