Northern Beaver Post Cottages

Mile 650/Km. 1003, Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Watson Lake

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

A travel blog entry by drat9191


... came to exist where and when it did, and over the terrain that it did, is amazing. It was a big day for wildlife sightings for me: I had a bear and a moose sighting, as well as herds of caribou and bison. I also made stops at beautiful Muncho Lake at about the halfway point of my day, and then further on at Liard River Hotsprings Provincial Park. As you will see by the pictures, this is a popular place at which many travelers take a dip in ...

Leaving the Yukon, south through British Columbia

A travel blog entry by mmcc


... continue, despite driving through more farmland , bigger towns and on busier roads, Stayed by a river last night and Mick donned the waders twice , successfully catching (but releasing) a few grayling last night. I'm enjoying reading, writing and drawing. It's really good to have this slower , flexible time together before further hectic planned activities later, it feels like we are recharging the ...

Talkeetna to Watson Lake

A travel blog entry by mmcc


... her flight to Anchorage connecting to New York. A sad time for the parentals (as we are known), but we loved the time together. Her flight over the Chugash Range was spectacular as it was a clear evening and the route took her over a wide are of snow and glaciers. Valdez to Tok. Next morning we launched for Tok, our first stop on our way to Canada's Yukon Territory. On the way out of Valdez we came across a bear jam. Many cars stopped on the side of the road watching a bear and her 2 ...

In Search of "The Bears"

A travel blog entry by candyjake13


We are rapidly making our way back to Stewart, BC. Again, some long drives...and some interesting campsites. Along the Kluane Lake, which has a 40 mile shore line, the Canadian Officer at the Border told me...we stayed at Cottonwood Park. In the Milepost book, it had rated this really high..and so I was anxious to see it. To say it was quaint, ...well, let's say that Terri and Lu were less then impressed. Now me, it was quaint. ...

Signage Galore

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter


... part of the world be sure to bring a sign. You too can be part of history. The Triplets left their sign.

Saw no animals whatsoever on this 238 mile jaunt except for a few crows. It’s simply too hot for them to be roaming around. At the campground we did have one visitor with long antlers and have included a photo. Hopefully, tomorrow on our way to Iskut we will see something.



This hotel is located on Mile 650/Km. 1003, Watson Lake.
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