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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After breakfast and packing up camp we decided to take a quick soak in the hot springs before hitting the road. As we walked along the boardwalk to the springs we saw a moose grazing in the marsh. During our soak I got some more news regarding the Dempster. Another traveller had heard that the washouts were repaired but that the Fort McPherson …
Today marks the end of the first part of our journey. Sarah joins us today (Yay!!) and tomorrow we keep heading north. It seems like a good time to reflect on the journey thus far. When I started planning this trip I wasn't sure if camping and travelling for eight days, with two kids and two dogs, was a good idea. Throw in the fact that Bart's …
... with gas again and then Kaff drove through to Whitehorse. The countryside was pretty much the same today all day just road and trees road and trees. Some of the trees are turning more orange than yellow so its quite pretty, I guess the Fall colours will be all starting from here on. Just a tiny bit of snow on some of the higher mountains, hopefully that will hold off until we leave.
Still sorting out tomorrows timetable but we are here for a few nights.
... RV Park in Whitehorse about 5:00 after refueling in town. A long day but lots of good memories!
Saturday, July 26th – Whitehouse, YT – Day 19 of the Caravan
The group met at the site of the SS Klondike Sternwheeler Riverboat at 10:30AM and after watching a short movie about life on a riverboat, we toured the ship’s three decks from stem to stern. We learned that the wood burning steam ...
Today we sadly left Tok to contiue east toward Whitehorse. It was hard to think about leaving Alaska. There was just so much we had not seen. The road between Tok and Whitehorse had not improved while we were traveling in the 49th state in fact there were places we felt had gotten worse. We crossed the border at Border City/Beaver Creek and once again went quickly ...