From Whitehorse and across the Alaska Highway through Kluane National Park, then via the Top of the World Highway to Dawson, and through Denali National Park to Anchorage. The German roamers have one goal: to capture the soul of Canada and Alaska on camera. Hannes Becker, Johannes Höhn, and Lennart Pagel currently belong to the most well-known German Instagram photography collective. Your journey through Canada and Alaska starts in Whitehorse on the shores of the Yukon River and heads west on the Alaska Highway into Kluane National Park. In the middle of the Kluane Icefield, one of the largest contiguous glacial ice fields outside of the polar regions, Mount Logan rises 5,959 meters above sea level. The vastness and inaccessibility of the Yukon becomes clear in the shadow of the tallest mountain in Canada. Finally, you take the Top of the World Highway to Dawson. The city lies on the banks of the Yukon River and is still considered the heart of the Canadian gold rush. The first stop in Alaska is Tok, the so-called sled dog capital of Alaska. From there, the journey takes you via Fairbanks and Nenana to Denali National Park, the largest nature reserve in the world. The entire region is dominated by the 6,194-meter-high Denali â€” the tallest mountain in North America. Under orange sunsets and violet storm clouds, the final leg will take you to Anchorage, the last destination along this journey.