Question - How far is Anchorage from Seattle?

Answered by: Martha Green  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 26-06-2022  |  Views: 1210  |  Total Questions: 14

Distance between Seattle and Anchorage is 2309 kilometers (1435 miles). Driving distance from Seattle to Anchorage is 3643 kilometers (2263 miles). The total driving time is 43 hours, 8 minutes. Your trip begins in Anchorage, Alaska. It ends in Seattle, Washington. The total cost of driving from Anchorage, AK to Seattle, WA (one-way) is $275. 71 at current gas prices. The round trip cost would be $551. 41 to go from Anchorage, AK to Seattle, WA and back to Anchorage, AK again. You'll go through 90. 4 gallons of gas during this trip.

Can I take a train from Seattle or Vancouver to Alaska? Sadly, there is no rail connection through Canada to Alaska, but there are plenty of amazing ways to get here. There are four main ways to reach Alaska. By flying, by cruise ship, using the state ferry system or by driving the Alaska Highway through Canada.

High season is considered to be February and March. The cheapest month to fly to Alaska is January.

The shortest route from Seattle to Anchorage is 2, 265 miles via the Alaska Highway. Allow seven to 10 days to drive from Seattle to Anchorage or Fairbanks, even though the actual driving time is about 48 hours.

The top 3 most reliable airlines when flying from Seattle to Alaska are KLM (90%), Aeromexico (89%) and Japan Airlines (86%).

The distance between Seattle and Canadian Border Peak is 163 km. The road distance is 238. 7 km.

Distance from Washington to Alaska is 5, 364 kilometers. The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Washington and Alaska is 5, 364 km= 3, 333 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Washington to Alaska, It takes 5. 95 hours to arrive.

The five-to-six hour duration of a typical nonstop flight to Alaska is moderately long.

Alaska Ferry. The State of Alaska Marine Highway Ferry System offers year-round ferry service from Bellingham, WA to the Inside Passage communities and Haines, AK, about 800 miles South East of Anchorage and Fairbanks, AK. Access to these cities via Haines require a drive through Canada.

One-way cost: Estimated fare is $695 per adult or $1390 for both adults, 2-berth cabin $578. 00 and a 19" vehicle is $1772.

Anchorage is NOT a ferry port and there is no ferry from Bellingham or Seattle to Anchorage. Passengers travelling south by ferry can board in Skagway or Haines to travel to Juneau, and from there take the 2 day cross-gulf ferry to Whittier, Alaska.

Driving From Washington to Alaska Your final option for reaching Alaska from Washington State is to drive. Technically, the Alaska Highway, known to many as the Alcan because it passes through both Alaska and Canada, runs 1, 387 miles from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Delta Junction, Alaska.

The State of Alaska Marine Highway Ferry System offers year-round ferry service from Washington State to Haines, Alaska and seasonal, summer service from Washington State to Whittier, Alaska, near Anchorage. Alaskan ferries take walk-on passengers, Cars, and RV's up to 60' feet long on most ships.

No, taking the Alaska Marine Highway ferry from Bellingham would be cheapest option for getting a car to Alaska without going through Canada. As others have stated, if you are a US citizen or permanent resident you do not need a Canadian visa, although certain criminal convictions could make you inadmissible to Canada.,+WA/to/Fairbanks,+AK

The total driving time is 40 hours, 40 minutes. Your trip begins in Seattle, Washington. It ends in Fairbanks, Alaska. If you're planning a road trip, you might be interested in seeing the total driving distance from Seattle, WA to Fairbanks, AK.