Best Western Gold Rush Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Gold Rush Inn Whitehorse
Very helpful staff. Our room was big enough and comfortable. A good central place to stay in Whitehorse.
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... the rude lady told me I had used all the 1 mg and kicked me off the WiFi! Pete has made arrangements to have the windshield ding repaired here. This guy has a booming business. The roads going both directions throw rocks. A lot of our group have those repairs made here. Off to see Wooly Mammoths and scimitar cats at the Beringia Interpretive Center. Again it's what you don't know you don't know! What ...
... the two Jim's on the way to Whitehorse. After arriving in Whitehorse I dropped my bike off at the local bike dealer, who appeared to be having a bad day as he wasn't overlay friendly and barely helpful. I found a spare spot to leave the bike and removed the front wheel so I could take it to a local engineering shop to get a new spacer made. I caught a taxi to the engineering shop, where I met John who was very helpful and he indicated that he could make a new spacer by tomorrow ...
Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory since the Alaska Highway was built, is a city with a rich history as a river town. In early years, the Yukon was the major route of transportation and a very busy place during summer months when all supplies had to be brought in by barge or sternwheeler. These days it is the hub of civilization in this part of Canada offering all services and amenities and boundless outdoor possibilities. Early in our ...
... of the total Yukon population lives here. Lots of land, not many people. City is modern and clean and is the capitol of the territory. As you may know it was the end point for those 100,000 hopeful miners that traversed the Chilkoot Trail in hopes of becoming gold rich. From here or just upstream, they took boats that they built on site over the winter downstream on the Yukon 500miles to Dawson ...
... Talked to one of the guides - a French Canadian from Quebec who came to Whitehorse twelve years ago and never left. We find the most enjoyable part of this trip is when we just get to talk with people.
We had a wonderful salmon dinner at the Klondike Rib and Salmon, very good and located in one of the oldest buildings in the city. That evening we attended a vaudeville show at one of the hotels. That was very ...