Three Overlanders in one vehicle made this expedition covering U.S.A and Canada: from Key West, FL to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.
We started our adventure from the southernmost point of U.S.A. in June of 2011 in a journey that leaded us to discover the secrets and recreations opportunities that the different places that we crossed offered us.
Forests, dunes, rivers, lakes, deserts, mountains, snow, volcanoes, glaciers and many other environments were the perfect scenes to explore and have fun in our journey to reach the northernmost point of Alaska (with traffic access) and then came back to the sunshine state. Thousands of pictures describes better our trip than our words but nothing better than do it yourself to understand the beautiful great outdoors that are waiting out there.
If you want to take a look of every step of this expedition, click on USA and canada at the top of this page or CLICK HERE
This is some of the most important information about our expedition:
Members: 3 (Sergio Pinillos, Johannes Valero and Luis Vassallo).
Vehicle: Venezuelan Toyota Land Cruiser Autana (80 series) 2005.
Distance: 17.750 Miles – 28.400 Km
Duration: 53 days
Time in Movement (GPS): 339 hours 12 minutes
Gas Cost: Approximately US$ 9,000.00
Speed Average: 52.3 Mph – 83.68 Kph
U.S. States Visited: 22 ( Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi y Alabama).
Canadian States Visited: 3 (Alberta, British Columbia y Yukon Territory).
National Parks Visited: 17
Stopped by Cops : 3 Times.
Colder: – 5 grades Celsius = 23 grades Fahrenheit
Warmer: 51 grades Celsius = 123.8 grades Fahrenheit
Southernmost Point in U.S.: Key West, Florida
Northernmost Point in U.S. (in vehicles): Deadhorse (Prudhoe Bay), Alaska
Lowest Point in U.S.: Death Valley, California (– 86 m.s.n.m.)(-282′)
Highway with more curves: Tail of the Dragon (US 129) 318 curves in 11 miles.
Longest combined vehicle-railroad tunnel in North America: Whittier, Alaska 2.5 miles
Longest Section without sleep: 3.200 km – 2000 miles from Whittier, Alaska to 100 Miles House, British Columbia in 40 hours.
Pictures: 6.657 = 48 GB
Video: + 600 GB