Stopping points from Fairbanks International Airport to Edmonton, Alberta:

Start from Fairbanks International Airport.

Beaver Creek, Canada is stopping point #1 after driving about 320 miles (510 km) or 6 hours.

Whitehorse, Canada is stopping point #2 after driving about 280 miles (450 km) or 5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 590 miles or 960 km over roughly 11 hours of driving.

Watson Lake, Canada is stopping point #3 after driving about 270 miles (440 km) or 5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 870 miles or 1390 km over roughly 16.5 hours of driving.

Fort Nelson, Canada is stopping point #4 after driving about 340 miles (540 km) or 7.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,200 miles or 1940 km over roughly 23.5 hours of driving.

Grande Prairie, Canada is stopping point #5 after driving about 370 miles (600 km) or 7 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,580 miles or 2540 km over roughly 30.5 hours of driving.

Finally, Edmonton, Alberta is your destination after driving about 290 miles (460 km) or 4.5 hours. Your total trip with all stops is around 1,860 miles or 3000 km, taking roughly 35 hours for the whole trip.


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Fairbanks International Airport

IATA: FAI
ICAO: PAFA
FAA: FAI
City: Fairbanks
State: Alaska
Zip code: 99709
Country: United States
Category: airports

Edmonton, Alberta

City: Edmonton
Province: Alberta
Country: Canada
Category: cities

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