Big Horn Hotel

Address: Box 844, Mile 633 Alaska Highway Watson Lake, Watson Lake, Yukon, Y0A 1C0, Canada | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Box 844, Mile 633 Alaska Highway Watson Lake, Watson Lake.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Horn Hotel Watson Lake

    Reviewed by syk2013

    Watson Lake

    Reviewed Jun 7, 2013
    by (12 reviews) Austin , United States Flag of United States

    Long day after a late start. Got in at 8:45 after driving almost 600 miles. Lots of road construction. Hard to get use to it not being dark at night and no AC even if its 60 outside its still stuffy inside. Hate having the windows open, I can hear everything outside. Cars people

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Big Horn Hotel Watson Lake

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    Travel Blogs from Watson Lake

    One Night in Watson Lake

    A travel blog entry by donandtommye on Jun 01, 2015

    8 photos

    ... each side. This essentially creates a meadow on each side and we saw bears, bison, fox, and sheep along the road. I assume they cut these clearings so that animals are not jumping right out of the trees onto the highway, and maybe it also gives them room to pile snow in winter.

    The foothills are all trees – miles and miles of trees.

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    Sheep, Bison, and Hot Springs!

    A travel blog entry by vinceandemmy on Mar 09, 2015

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... YT. This is the second largest town in the Yukon with 802 people and home to the Signpost Forest, which we will explore tomorrow. We are staying at a very cool original Air Force Lodge, which was a barracks for the Canadian Air Force in the 1940s. It is dorm style, but the host is friendly, and everything is clean and tidy. You have to leave your shoes at the front door.


    Frost Heaves Make Me Heave

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 01, 2014

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    July 30, 2014. Truck - 66,565. Trip - 6,555

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    Day 13: Fort Nelson, BC to Watson Lake, YT

    A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 10, 2013

    1 comment, 69 photos

    ... and I set an alarm for 1:00AM for another attempt, but alas, when that alarm went off my body was having Nunavut, so no Aurora for me this time. Since it's so variable it's not a priority for me during this trip, but it would be a neat thing to experience if the stars/skies align at some point. (This also explains why I didn't publish this update until the following morning.) Oh, I did have one other thought I've wanted to share since ...

    Doing the Yukon or..All that glisters is not GOLD

    A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jul 02, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    We skated through Yukon on our way up, stopping only to feed the mosquitoes, and we always said on the way down we would explore this wilderness (4 times the size of England with 40,000 permanent residents) with a great deal more intellectual curiosity.

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