Im not sure if this is the "proper" place to ask my question, because I am not really "relocating" as i already live up here. I am currently living in North Pole Alaska and have driven the Alcan highway 4 or 5 times, so I am quite familiar with the rout. I have always driven up though with the intent of getting to Fairbanks as fast as possible though, so lots of night driving and not much exploring. I am going to be getting married in May, and as a honeymoon my fiancée and I will drive up to my house in North Pole (she and I are originally from Oregon) where she will then live with me. So I was wanting some input on what rout to take so we can see some of the more beautiful sights that Canada and Alaska has to offer. The rout that I have always taken in drive up is roughly Seattle--> Abbotsford --> Hope --> Cache Creek --> Dawson Creek --> Whitehorse --> Fairbanks. But when we drive up for our honeymoon, we want to take a little more time going through and maybe take some longer routs to see the sights, I was thinking of maybe even taking the klondike highway through Dawson City. A little extra information, we are definitely outdoors people and don't like cities very much, so we are not interested in visiting big cities, we also don't particularly like touristy spots where there are lots of people.
Thank you for your help and suggestions.