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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Spent four nights here in Whitehorse. A nice little city. Walked around the area a lot because yes, the camper again had to be fixed. But Hans found a VW repair shop and they had to order parts for the transmission... But she's all good this morning and we are giving her another chance and if she doesn't perform we're getting that Sprinter van.. …
It's strange how I think about what I would blog when I'm riding, then forget to take the time to do it. I also have to remind myself to ride and quit daydreaming. Some of the sights are really spectacular, Kodak moments, but no safe place to stop. It was made clear on Saturday, when I was coming down a mountainside, another of those 8 degree ones, and it saw the river valley below. There was fog, but only near the river, the air was clear for miles. ...
... the wet weather gear on and on it stays for the best part of the day. Not much to report as far as the roads go, straight, plenty of RVs, lots of rivers and lakes and not much wildlife. As we arrive at our accommodation the sun came through the clouds and it's a beautifully warm afternoon. We settle in to our log cabin and head across to the main lodge to have a couple of cold ones, sit in the sun and thaw out reading the latest news from ...
We started the day at a traffic stop on the gravel road as we head toward Whitehorse, the Capitol of the Yukon. Spotted a bear just sitting on the bank watching the traffic go by. Weather is over 40 degrees lower than when we started.
At gas stations and RV camps, stories are exchanged. One couple from Georgia told us they pulled in to get ...
... young man who lost his leg to bone cancer in the 70's and decided to run across the country to raise money for cancer research in Canada. He later died from the disease but he spurred cancer research fundraising in the country for years in his name. There is a mountain named for him that can be viewed here. Trucks and RVs can park overnight here. Maximum 8 hrs. Perfect. It was quite a scenic park. Next we hit the Yellowhead Highway where we saw lots of wildlife. A bear, two moose, ...