So what’s the plan?

The journey starts in Anchorage Alaska. From there we head North to Fairbanks and finally Prudhoe Bay on Alaskas northern coast and the most northern point of our trip. From there we turn around and drive south through Alaska, Canada, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina. Final stop is Ushuaia, the capital city of Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina, and the southernmost city in the world.

The plan – North and Central America

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The plan – South America

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Route covered so far


We flew into Anchorage and got a lift to Fairbanks. From there we rode North on the Dalton Hwy to The Yukon River, Artic Circle, Coldfoot, over the Atigun Pass, Deadhorse and finally Prudhoe Bay at the Arctic Sea.

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From Prudhoe Bay we turned around and headed back to Fairbanks on the Dalton Hwy.
In Fairbanks we headed east on State Hwy 2 to Delta Junction. From Delta Junction we followed the Alaska Hwy to Tok. Just outside Tok we turned north to Chicken toward Top of the World Hwy.

We crossed the border into Canada at Little Gold, Top of the World Hwy. From there to Dawson City and continued to Steward Crossing. South to Pelly Crossing, Carmacks, Whitehorse and Watson Lake. A detour down the Alaska Hwy to Liard hotsprings and back to Watson Lake, South on the Cassiar Hwy to Meziadin Junction, west to Steward and crossed the border into Hyder, Alaska.

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Hwy 16 to Prins George (With a detour to Fort St. James) Hwy 97 to Dawson Creek. Hwy 43 to Grande Prairie and Hwy 40 to Hinton. From there to Jasper on Icefields Hwy and Lake Louise and Banff on the Trans-Canada Hwy.

West to Calgary and back east to Hwy 40 south. Forest Service road 940 south to Coleman. 507 to Beaver Mines and west to Pincher Creek. From there South to the US border on Hwy 6 passed Waterton Lakes National Park. Crossed the border at Chief Mountain.


USA (lower 48)

We entered the lower 48 in Montana on Hwy 17 north of Glacier National Park. Went to Heart Butte in the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Browning. From there to Glacier Nat. Park and on to Kalispell.

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South on Hwy 93 to Hamilton. East on Skalkaho Rd over the pass. Hwy 1 to Anaconda, south on Mills Creek rd to Wise River, south on Pioneer Mountains Scenic Byway, south east on 278, south on Bannach Bench Road, southwest on Railroad canyon Road to Leadore, north on hwy 28 to Salmon.

From Salmon south on 93 to Challis, south on 75 to Bellevue, east on hwy 20 to Craters of the Moon.

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East on hwy 20 to Idaho Falls.

East on hwy 26 to Swan Valley, hwy 31 to Victor and Jackson. South on 191 to Hoback Junction. East on 191 to Granite Creek rd. Back to Jackson.

From Jackson North to Teton Nat. Park on hwy 191. Just before Yellowstone Nat. Park, west on Grassy Lake rd.

North on 191 to Yellowstone Nat. Park.West on 287 to Madison. Loop in Yellowstone. North to Gardiner on 89.

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Exit Yellowstone through North East entrance on hwy 212 over the Beartooth Pass to Red Lodge and Billings.

Back to Beartooth Pass, South on Chief Joseph hwy and hwy 120 to Cody.

South on hwy 120 to Thermopolis, south on hwy 20 to Boysen Reservoir and Shoshoni, south on hwy 26 to Riverton. Southwest on  789 to Lander. Southwest on 131 to Sinks Canyon.

South on Louis Lake rd to hwy 28 and southwest to Farson. South on Hwy 191 to Eden. East into the Great Divide Basin. South onto Interstate 80. East to Rawlins. South on hwy 130 to Saratoga.

East on 130 to Laramie over Medicin Bow. South on 287 into Colorado. South on 287 to Pudre Canyon Hwy 14.

To Denver and Longmont.

West on 34 to Rocky Mointains Nat. Park, South on 40 to Fraser. Into Arapaho Nat. Forest on Elk Creek rd.

South on 40 to Interstate 70. South on 103 to Mt. Evans.

West on Interstate 70 to Georgetown, south on Guanella Pass road to Grant. Southwest on 285 to Como. Northwest on Borea Pass rd to Breckenridge. North on hwy 9 to Interstate 70. Loop over Loveland pass rd. Back to Georgetown and Winterpark on hwy 40.


South on Interstate 25 to Colorado Springs. Southwest on 115 to Florence. South on Hwy 67 to Capra Una Farm.

Southwest on hwy 96 to Westcliffe. South on hwy 69 to Gardner. West on Co rd 550. South on Co rd. 570 to hwy 160.

West on Hwy 160. North on hwy 150 to Great Sand Dunes Nat. Park. West on Ln 6 to Mosca. West on Ln 5 onto hwy 160 and Del Norte and South Fork. Northewest on 149 to Lake City.

West on Co rd 20 over Engineer Pass to Million Dollar Hwy. North to Ouray.

South on Million Dollar hwy to Ophir pass on co rd. 8. North on hwy 145 to Telluride. Northwest on hwy 145 to hwy 141 and Naturita. West on hwy 90 into Utah. West on Hwy 46, north on 191 to Moab.

South on hwy 191 to Monticello. West on Cr rd. 101 to Abajo Mountains where we had an unfortunate deer encounter.

Back North on hwy 191 to Moab for bike repairs.

From Moab we rode south in Hwy 191 to Momument Valley. Hwy 160 to Tuba City. South on Hwy 89 to Flagstaff. Through the mountains on 89A to Mayer.

South on Interstate 17 to Phoenix. Hwy 79 to Tuscon. Interstate 10 and Hwy 80 to Bisbee.


We crossed the Border to Mexcio at Douglas/Agua Prieta. From there Hwy 17 to Moctezuma and Hwy 14 to Hermosillo. Hwy 26 west to Bahia de Kino.

Unnamed route South and east through vegetable fields to Cholay. Then South till ww hit hwy 15. South in hwy 15 and west on 17 to San Carlos.

Hwy 15 to Ciudad Obregon. North on 117, north-east on Hwy 12 to hwy 16. East on hwy 16. South east on mountainroad towards San Juanito. South to Creel. South to La Bufa and west on Batopilas. West to El Rodeo, Tubares and finally Choix.

Southwest on hwy 32 to El Fuerte and Los Mochis. South east on hwy 15 to Guasave and south to Las Glorias on the coast.

South on hwy 15 to Mazatlan and Acaponeta. At El Tizate. Then southwest to San Blas.

From San Blas straight to Guadalajara on hwy 15.

From Guadalajara East on Hwy 15D to Pandindicuaro. Then south on A Villa Jiminez to Zacapu. Then  southeast on hwy 15. Quiroga. South on 120 to Patzcuaro.

East on Mex 14 to Tiripetio then south on Libramiento till we hit Hwy 51. South on Hwy 51 to Ciudad Altamirano. Continued East on Hwy 51 to Iguala. North on 95 to Taxco.

Hwy 95 north-east to Guernavaca. Mex 150 to Tehuacan. 135D to Oaxaca.



8 Responses

  1. larshoejberg says:

    Hi Mike
    Fairbanks eh? It’s been a while, but I think I remember you from Go’North, right?
    Well the trip has certainly been amazing so far. We’ve met a lot of really nice people everywhere we’ve been and seen some of the most amazing scenery and landscapes.
    We’re momentarily in Cali, Colombia but will continue towards Equador tomorrow. Within the next week we will enter Peru in order to get to Copiapo in Chile by January 7th. That’s when the 2012 Dakar Rally has it’s resting day and we will go and visit some of the participants.
    This unfortunately also means that we won’t meet in Peru if your plan is to get there in February. We have return tickets from Buenos Aires to Copenhagen February 26th. which will be the end of our journey.
    Thanks for stopping by though and have a safe trip to Peru.

  2. Michael Wellman says:

    Hey guys! I love your website. After meeting you way up in Fairbanks, it’s great to be able to follow along with the rest of your amazing trip.

    I’m going to be in Peru in February, perhaps our paths with cross a second time 🙂 In the meantime, I’m going to distract myself from work by looking through more of your photos. Safe and happy travels!


  3. larshoejberg says:

    Hi Neals
    It was nice meeting you all at the BMW convention – we had a great time. It’s always fantastic to meet other people with the same interests and the convention was no exception. Ride safe and remember . . . . keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up ;o) /Lars

  4. neals says:

    hey u guys, i hope u remember me, we meet al bmw motorrda convention in Guatemala, i just past to ur web site to checking up on u, i hope u to hoing well, and have a blasst time traveling.
    see u

  5. Henriette says:

    Hi Bryan

    Thanks for visiting, we really appreciate it.
    I’m really happy about the computer. Thanks for assisting us 🙂

    Lars & Henriette

  6. Paul Calisto says:

    Hello!!! You might not remember me spacifically however my friend Lee met you two in Moab when you were assesing your bike repairs at the shop. He was there changing a tire. I believe it was the next day when you two came to the raffle at the Rawhyde Adventure Challenge, where we officially met.

    Anyway, I just wanted to say hello and wish you two the best of luck, I wish I was going with you!!! Remember, go slow in the late evening, that’s when the dear don’t know what to do because they are hungry!! LOL!!

    I wish you the best of luck, let us know when you come back out west and we can show you the strange and interesting of Death Valley California!!


    Paul Calisto

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