Skagway Home Hostel

456 3rd Ave, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Skagway

Time to paint your wagon !

A travel blog entry by doug_walker_246 on Jul 30, 2014

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Day 32 (Wednesday): Another early start to be driven up White Horse Pass to Fraser (Canadian Border) where we boarded the Train back down. Spectacular scenery and amazing stories about how 100,000 people made the journey up there in 1896 for the Gold Stampede. On reaching the top they then built rafts and paddled on a further 500 miles to Dawson City! Train ...

Mt. McKinley and Mammoth, Oh, My!

A travel blog entry by pattikak on Jul 22, 2014

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... on a whale watching tour and we'll visit Mendenhall glacier. Because I am not willing to pay the high prices per minute for WI-FI here on the ship, I am limited to sending blogs while we are in port. Thank goodness for AT&T. I have a great connection while Verizon subscribers do not. I'll catch up when I can. Love, P PS I just got an email from TravelPod stating that this and the next blog were not posted (technical difficulties). I apologize if you are getting duplicate ...

Klondikers...all ashore in Skagway!

A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 22, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... is way higher than the plow and it takes awhile to clear it. It would be so cool to see it at work....but that would mean being here in the winter.....never mind! This lovely little town has about 800 full time residents. That's a brave few to make it through the cold and snowy winters.

We stopped to watch a seal playing in the waters near the marina. He seemed very curious about us too and would pop his head up now and again to peek at us.

The ...

Toward the Totems

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 20, 2014

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... Territory of Canada, then back into the U.S., headed for Skagway, Alaska. The road in between is more beautiful riding, with wide-open valleys fringed by not-so-distant, snow-capped mountains and hanging glaciers. No mountain goats or Dall sheep this section, but plenty of scenery. The ride into Skagway is a mere 200 miles, perhaps our rainiest day yet on the bikes since the girls joined us. As we cross the international border above Skagway, we are cloaked in ...

Day 3, Wednesday July 2nd, Tracy Arm

A travel blog entry by storyquilter on Jul 02, 2014

23 photos

... them like greased lightening, and 2 pair of gloves. Planned on being out all day. Started out in the Overlook Cafe, love that place, have spent many contented hours working on hand work up there. Today, well, not remembering a cup was a fail on my part. Started raining fairly heavily at one point, but as I was safely ensconced in the cafe, I just smiled and nodded. Saw one whale too. 9:30 came and I went down ...

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