Generally speaking not possible. This has been addressed in previous threads. It is physically impossible to cross the Bering Strait in anything except a snowmachine or light tracked vehicle, and then only in the middle of the winter; and very dangerous due to currents and broken ice. There are no continuous roads from the N. American road net to anywhere near the Bering Strait. It can be crossed in a boat in the summer but there is NO ferry service. There is no scheduled boat traffic from Alaska to the Russian Far East. There may be one Russian airline running flights from Anchorage to the Russian Far East at least in the summer, not too frequently.
I plan to get to the road from Chita to Magadan accordingly:
Drive from Anchorage (where I live) to Savannah, Georgia (about 5000 miles). Put Unimog on Wallenius Wilhelmsen ro-ro ship to Australia, via Panama Canal. Spend a year in Australia, then ship to SE Asia, go thru southern China, Tibet, Sinkiang, Outer Mongolia. Sounds a bit circuitous?
Unimog U500 w/Unicat
Last edited by m37charlie; 19 Aug 2007 at 19:29.