The northern reaches of the Pacific Coast range offer no shortage of superlatives: the largest non-polar ice sheets, the continent’s tallest mountains, the richest wildlife sanctuaries—to name just a few. This is a powerful landscape, where millennia-old bergs the size of office buildings plunge into the sea, new lakes fill and burst, and rivers can literally reverse direction. Our seven-day journey from Whitehorse, capital of Canada’s Yukon, to Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, takes you over and along the crown of this spectacular range, with time to admire the sights, touch the glaciers, walk the trails, and revel in the history, culture, and cuisine.