Cindy's Place

Address: Dyea Road, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Skagway

Remembering The Gold Rush

A travel blog entry by josephineramage on Aug 05, 2015

... take pics. The higher up in the mountains you go, the colder it gets. Add to that the wind from the train and it gets quite cold. We returned on a bus that made a stop at Liarsville where we saw an old Town from The days of The Gold Rush. While there we panned for gold and found a few flakes each! We got back to the ship by 1:30, had lunch and relaxed until we ...

Glaciers, ice caves and peanut butter sandwiches!

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Jul 28, 2015

... ice caves and crevasses (sp?) and drank glacier water! Then we hiked back to the helipad where the train was picking us up and went back down into Skagway, where we called at the Klondyke Centre (a museum about the gold rush, although it wasn't as big / interesting as the one in Seattle), and explored a bit. The town looks like it did during the gold rush (but with less sleds and more cars!) so it was interesting to walk around. We both preferred it ...

Busted!

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jul 16, 2015

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... during those 4 months.

The guided tour of the Dyea historical site was worth while and a hike to nearby Lost Lake provided a good cardio workout with it's prolonged steep climb.

Haines, Alaska was the next stop on the route. One could drive there by road from Skagway but that is approximately a 550 km trip. Most people take the 1 hour ferry shuttle that stops in Haines on it's way to the Alaskan ...

Alaska again for the day. Klondike Gold Rush.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 16, 2015

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... by water down the Yukon River to the Klondike. Passed Canada Customs ( they only check incoming traffic) and the scene changed to "The Tormented Valley." Stunted pine trees, rocks and dozens of small lakes. More lovely views as we descended - Moore Creek bridge, Bridal Veil Falls. There seemed to be hundreds of tour buses coming up the pass, unloaded from three cruise liners berthed at Skagway. 1-5 ships come in daily all summer. Then Pitchfork ...

Our Day in Skagway and the White Pass Train Ride

A travel blog entry by howardbad on Jul 08, 2015

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... stretching from Dyea to Bennett Lake, had been used by the Tlingit Indians as a trade route for hundreds of years before the Klondike Gold Rush. The White Pass Trail was a newer route that stretched from Skagway to Bennett Lake. Once stampeders arrived at Bennett Lake they had to buy or ...