You can see the pics of the trip at my Google Photos Oregon to Alaska Album. You can look at each individual picture, click/tap the 'Info Icon' and it will show you the details of where the picture was taken. Here is a detailed map of the trip.
In October of 2016 I drove approximately 2751 miles about 54 hours within 5 days from Oregon to Alaska. Every night I camped at remote sites that I could find from reliable Canadian recreation websites venturing off road as much as possible, and let me tell you, it was an amazing trip. I took the time to plan well for the trip for just about anything that could have gone wrong and gladly I did. I came across a few challenges that I learned from that I'll surely pass along to others. Overlanding is all about the adventure and learning how to accomplish your goal, but ensuring that you at least make it through, so you can explore the next day or better yet your next adventure.
Enjoy the pictures and map by following the links above.
Below is the info I used on my trip that may be helpful to others.
Northern Highways: Alaska, the Yukon Territory & northern British Columbia
How to Drive to Alaska in the Winter
How to Drive to Alaska in the Summer
Highway 37 Stewart-Cassiar Scenic Route
BC Recreation Sites and Trails Interactive Map
Campgrounds & Rest Areas in the Yukon Territory
Yukon Government Campgrounds and Recreation Sites
Yukon Government Campgrounds and Recreation Sites Map
SDMA BLM Alaska Map
U.S. Forest Service Interactive Explore Map
U.S. Department of the Interior BLM Maps
U.S. Department of the Interior BLM Alaska Website
The Mile Post (Legendary Alaska trip planner and Alaska travel guide)