Just did all of AK in eight days.
The Seward Highway was the best of the best!
If you only have time to do one road in AK, this is it!
As you leave Anchorage and clear the four lanes it's like a different world.
Sweeping turns and twisties, two lanes, good roads and very scenic!
Take the time to stop and take pics.
From approximately Tahneta Pass to Glennallen is nothing great.
Once you turn south at Glennallen for Valdez it's an awesome scenic ride.
The scenery is worth many picture stops.
You can drive right up to Worthington Glacier.
Going to Valdez is much better than Valdez to Glennallen.
- Rick Goforth (7/24/12)
My wife and I rode the Seward Highway both ways in July, 2007.
On the way out to the Kenai Peninsula from Anchorage, on a Saturday afternoon, the traffic was much heavier than anything I thought I'd ever see in Alaska, especially out in the country.
It was raining and the low clouds prevented us from seeing much more than the bases of the mountains.
Judging from the postcards we picked up along the way, the scenery must have been spectacular.
We returned the next day in more rain and we saw the same scenery as before, but the road carried much less traffic at that time.
The Seward Highway itself is a great road to ride.
The surface is smooth and the plentiful curves will keep any motorcyclist happy.
I felt the road got better and better the closer we got to Seward.
- Bob Wisness (9/18/07)
If you are a motorcyclist from the Lower 48, then you must make the ride on the Seward Highway.
Itís worth the trip to Alaska just to ride this road.
- Rider from Mt. Laurel, New Jersey (2/6/07)
I love traveling this road.
I do not travel on a motorcycle.
I travel on somthing smaller, a pedal assisted, 49cc, Tomos moped.
It can't go any faster then about 40mph and it's a beautiful way to travel and see the sights of everything around and along the highway.
Also, when you get to Moose Pass, Alaska, you have the option of making a right and going to Kenai River, Soldotna, and Homer, which offers beautiful sights of the Kenai River.
The Kenai River also has the largest king salmon in the world.
Or you could keep going straight on the Seward Highway and go to Seward, which I love, and go to a few times a year.
They have the best silver salmon there and beautiful sights along Ressurecion Bay.
- Ryan Hudson (10/20/06)
This road has something to offer everyone, very scenic with lots of sweeping turns and some twisties.
Very popular among Alaskan riders.
We have so few roads to choose from, but this one more than makes up for it.
A must ride!
- Georgeanna Franks (9/18/06)