Fort Seward Lodge

Address: 39 Mud Bay Road, Haines, Alaska, 99827, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 39 Mud Bay Road, Haines, is near Takshanuk Mountain Trail by 4x4, Hammer Museum, Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center, and Tsirku Canning Co..
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    Travel Blogs from Haines

    Back to Haines

    A travel blog entry by leeandneva on Jul 30, 2015

    25 photos

    We left destruction bay at 8:49 and arrived at Haines at 1:30. The drive was great and we knew the road was good so we enjoyed it.They are having their fair in Haines so we will be going to that. Also, we went bear hunting last night and did not see any. Will be going bear hunting again tonight hope we see some.

    Good day and we are thankful we had a good day.

    God Bless and hope you enjoy the pictures.

    Lee and Neva

    Beautiful Place for Five Days

    A travel blog entry by donandtommye on Jul 17, 2015

    32 photos

    ... 4 nights – and then to Prince Ruppert, British Columbia. You cannot drive to Juneau or Ketchikan, but each has RV parks for people coming in by ferry. From Prince Ruppert we will start driving the 1,000 miles to Seattle.

    We spent two nights on the road – one night in Beaver Creek, Yukon in a park ...

    Helicopters, glaciers and totem poles in Skagway

    A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Jul 09, 2015

    22 photos

    ... tour group we were met by our guide Erick, who was outstanding. Erick gave us more safety instructions and told us all about the glacier including informing us about the mulans (think Disney princess), which are the giant holes formed. The glacier is “living and breathing” and constantly moving with water traveling in crevices below. Some enormous holes open up, some nearly 800 feet deep. Erick threw a few giant rocks into some of the mulans and ...

    Hunting For Gold on The Klondike Highway

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 08, 2015

    22 photos

    ... from the bright green and darker green evergreen forests to the tundra grasses and finally the barren red peaks. Punch bowls, carved by ancient glaciers long since melted away leave their mark on the mountain sides. The trees are tall and skinny, because the weather is so cold and windy in the winter with fierce storms that the trees must conserve their energy and resources by keeping their branches small and thin. Tree covered mountains give way to granite ...

    Whitehorse-Skagway, AK - Southeast Alaska

    A travel blog entry by howardbad on Jul 07, 2015

    59 photos

    ... br>

    The rest of the ride into Skagway was absolutely beautiful and we hit the Alaska Border and US Customs.