Canadas Best Value Inn - Downtown Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dawson City
also stopped by the MacBride Museum in Whitehorse
~ showcased some interesting exhibits from the Goldrush era
Juneau – Skagway-Carmacks-Dawson city.
Fantastic hike last day in Juneau albeit ******* down most
of the day. The Mendenhall Glacier is
very impressive, we hiked to the edge of the west side of the glacier to get a
peek at some of the ice caves. Had to
pack up early the next AM for a 0500 check in to catch the MV Fairweather to
Skagway via ...
... to checking into hotels. I was a little cautious as the rooms are located above a popular bar, but the rooms are really nice and you cant hear any noise from the bar. After having a walk around town as cleaning up I decided to check out the bar for dinner. As I was waiting at the bar, I saw someone waving me over, it was John and Kerrie from Florida that I had met earlier in the trip. It turned out to be a really nice night talking to them, although I got so ...
... with elevation of almost 4000ft.
When we took a break around 2:00 we could hear the wind some birds and see some mountain blueberries, which have been so yummy. We rested in the sun for a while and we did not want to get up.
Last zip on the water and finally we were back on the road. We passed the top of the world golf course just outside of Dawson before we reached the ferry. Perfect timing, the ferry is just boarding as we arrive ...
Today I had a little more fun. We didn't drive all day.
We stayed in a free campground on the Pelly River last night. On our drive today, we saw lots of Fireweed in bloom.
We saw some white swans on Gravel Lake. They were far away, but their white feathers stood out.
We also stopped to look out over the Tintina ...