Crossing from Alaska to Canada was uneventful, a few questions and we were on our way east along the Alaskan Highway. We drove this for 650 miles through the Yukon Territory to Watson Lake. Then we turned south on the Cassiar Highway (Hwy37) into Alberta for 450 miles. This ends at the Yellowhead Hwy, we took this east about 300 miles into British Columbia where we then took Highway 5 south for 600 miles crossing the U.S. Border in Wastington State until we picked up Highway 2 east to Montana. Crossing into the U.S. was also very quick. I do have a funny story about the officer questioning us. He read our drivers licenses and asked if we were near Holly, we said, yes, that's the next town over. We asked if he was from there and he said no, my x-wife is. Well, we immediately said we didn't know anyone there, never been there! He laughed and said have a safe trip.
Here are a few pictures of the Canadian trip following the Cassiar and Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranges.