Canadas Best Value Inn

Address: 102 Wood Street, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2E3, Canada | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 102 Wood Street, Whitehorse, is near Takhini Hot Springs, MacBride Museum, Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre, and Yukon Transportation Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Whitehorse

    The Yukon...views and more views!

    A travel blog entry by lkayeurope10 on Jun 02, 2015

    24 photos

    ... awesome views - only rivaled by our hike the following day up Sheep Creek trail at Kluane Lake. We couldn't stop taking pictures along the drive either - every turn yielded incredible scenery!

    Kluane Lake was by far one of our favorite spots yet - we stayed in a dry cabin, handbuilt by the owners of the camping/RV park. Although the wind was howling outside at 30-40mph all night, we were warm and cozy in a picturesque cabin right on the lake.
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    Where two paths meet

    A travel blog entry by kawaiguy on Mar 04, 2015

    ... Jordan at 25 vs. Jordan at 30!

    It feels right that I'm going back. The village I fell in love with at once, so breathtaking in its panorama, it's tuckedness into the mountain, the way it curved along the river to make a home for the counted few...it's about to get fewer.

    They (the government) have decided to close its only school. I understand the reasoning, it's rational. I tried my darndness: teaching my pre-school class of four to ...

    Tin Mania!!!

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 30, 2014

    34 photos

    A sleep in today. I woke up early and the next thing I knew Jenny was asking me if I knew what the time was as it was 9:30. I actually thought I was awake but I couldn't have stayed there for so long without dropping off again. I did hear the neighbours leave and the dogs barking at squirrels. Because we were so late getting going today,Jenny decided to cook up a big breakfast of bacon, eggs and tomatoes. So the result was a very late ...

    Yukon and the Alaska Highway

    A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 11, 2014

    ... Prairie, but as I went up, there were more flatlands, less farmed or grazed, no fences, open range. There were no trees in Alberta flatlands, then I started to see some going into the hills. As you go up, the mix of trees changes from deciduous to conifers, but not instantly. Pines and silver birch in the higher elevations. Evidence of some nasty forest fires in British Columbia. The locals say the bears are thicker than ever this summer. Also, ...

    Glacier to Banff & Jasper, AB; BC & Yukon

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Jun 25, 2014

    3 comments, 85 photos

    ... crazy amount of rain and wind all night. Because of the cold temps outside combined with the rain, our windows of the camper were dripping with condensation. This hadn't happened before and hasn't happened since, but in the night we discovered wet bed linens on my side of the bed by the window. So we had to sleep in half the amount of space we usually do...and it's not a big bed! It was challenging but we survived! The next morning was foggy and damp but not raining and we pulled ...