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Getting There -- You're surely passing through Tok with your own set of wheels. If you get stuck for some reason, one shuttle service or another can get you on your way. Alaska/Yukon Trails (tel. 800/770-7275; www.alaskashuttle.com) runs through Tok summer only between Fairbanks and Dawson City or Whitehorse.

Visitor Information -- Public land agencies jointly operate an informative visitor center to introduce highway travelers to Alaska's outdoors. The Alaska Public Lands Information Center, P.O. Box 359, Tok, AK 99780 (tel. 907/883-5667; www.alaskacenters.gov), is in the same building as the Alaska State Troopers on the right (north) side of the road coming from the direction of Canada on the Alaska Highway. It is open daily from 8am to 7pm in summer and Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm in winter. You can make ferry reservations on the Alaska Marine Highway System here, too.

The next building over, at the intersection of the Alaska Highway and Tok Cut-Off (also known as the Glenn Hwy.), the town's Main Street Visitor Center is operated by the Tok Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 389, Tok, AK 99780 (tel. 907/883-5775; www.tokalaskainfo.com). The center provides information on Tok and anywhere else you may be bound on the highway. They're open from May 1 to September 15 daily from 8am to 7pm.


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.