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Bus 142 Has a New Home
Museum of the North
We stand ready to assist the museum with their plans to secure Bus 142 at an on-campus work site & begin the assessment process for restoring the bus to what it was in the early 90’s, before vandalism further degraded the well-weathered vehicle. The exhibit will be built in a protected yet appropriate outdoor location. Once completed, access will be free to the public during museum hours. This will be a lengthy process. Subscribe to our email updates to stay informed of the progress & to learn how you can be a part of the next chapter with us!
What Happens to the Bus Next?
We need your help.
Every step of this project will rely on public funding outside of Alaska. Bus 142 is a globally recognized symbol to countless individuals of breaking free from limited expectations and societal norms. Through all of you, this collective spirit lives on.
Be a part of the museum's vision for the preservation of Bus 142, making it safe & accessible to future visitors.
Together, We Will Help the Magic Bus Live On, Just in a New Location.Donate Now
For Those Inspired to Visit Alaska
Chris chose the Stampede Trail because it was not well known, nor well traveled, before his story made it infamous.
We want to help you honor Chris’s spirit and experience the ‘real Alaska.’
Explore alternative Alaskan treks. Seek out the wild beauty and raw adventure that the Last Frontier is known for.
Born and raised in Alaska, wilderness guide Erik Halfacre weighs in on the Stampede Trail and recommends four of his favorite backpacking adventures elsewhere in the state.