Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... me very much of the Blue Ridge Parkway but on a much broader scale- again, it is the sheer expanse of the wilderness views in every direction that is so breathtaking. On the Blue Ridge you cross other roads, exits, signs & towns along your way. Here you cross nothing but wild.
The Hwy ends at the Yukon River where you ferry across to Dawson City. Dawson City is a cool gold rush town with so many historic buildings, dirt ...
... Canadian border looking like a dumb American! 12Noon-- make way for the Ludwig's --Tok here we come!! Well so long for now Santa !!! 415pm-- Made it to Tok! Just set up camp at Tok RV Village--place is huge. Very pretty and clean though with super tall spruce ...
... with their young. Finally arrived in Tok, Alaska at the Sourdough RV Park. Visited the Jack Wade Gold Co. interesting talk on the mining of gold. Dinner at the park, reindeer chili in a sourdough bread bowl. Evening entertainment was tossing leftover sourdough pancakes in a bucket to try and win: you guessed it a free Sourdough pancake ...
... ground squirrels aplenty.. Fireweed (yukon flower) lined the long stretches of dune-like sandy banks along the road. Reached Haines Junction and made our turn south to head for Haines, Alaska. This road was only named a scenic byway in 2009, but it was the favorite of both Shane and myself thus far. Even topping Beartooth Hwy! Spectacular views of glaciated mountains and fertile green valleys - the green running up the mountains, stopping just short of ...
... a large Pump Station 12. We finally got to the turnoff for Copper Valley on the Edgerton Hwy . We passed Liberty Falls and got to Chitina. The railroad ran from Cordova on the coast to Chitina and on to Kennicott Copper about sixty miles further. Copper was only mined from 1910 to 1938 but Chitina remains somewhat of a supply town. We decided to try a little bit of the McCarthy Hwy (gravel) and ...