Northern Beaver Post Cottages

Address: Mile 650/Km. 1003, Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Mile 650/Km. 1003, Watson Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Watson Lake

And the hitchhiking continues..

A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik on Jul 18, 2015

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... able to take us. It wasn't surprising that people did not stop though because we were 3 people with a lot of luggage for hitchhikers. Even still, it took us only a little over an hour before Karen, our first ride of the day, picked us up. She said that she was going only 70 kms south (we have to go 2400 kms!) but we take what we can get. During our drive, she told us about visiting Dawson City in Yukon where the ...

Watson Lake, Signpost Forest & some R&R

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 13, 2015

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... information on the rest of the trip from Watson Lake to Alaska… I’d like to take the road north called the “the top of the world” highway… part of that highway is gravel… the people today told me that the portion of road is so hard to keep paved it was simpler to return it to gravel instead of trying to repair the frost heaves… That’s Canadian ease for we don’t know how to build roads so ...

Wes-Heading Back!

A travel blog entry by wesca on Jul 11, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

After much deliberation and lamenting, we decided that the "better part of valor" would be to quit tempting fate in these "smoke storms". A look at the University of Fairbanks website for tracking Forrest fires will explain. .http://smoke.arsc.edu/current_fires.ht ml.
So having made that decision to head back to the U.S., we figured we had come this far, why not stick our foot in Alaska before turning around. A bus/ train tour took us from Whitehorse ...

Day 11 - 13: Liard River Hot Springs & Watson Lake

A travel blog entry by kelly.hall on Jul 10, 2015

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Day 11: July 9 (Do not have cell or wifi for the next few days) Left Fort Nelson and headed to Liard River Hot Springs Park. Saw a small herd of stone sheep on the road, 2 ewes and 3 babies - was had to get a good look at them as we were almost on top of them when we noticed them. Also saw a few bison on the road about 1/4 mile up as we entered Liard Hot Springs.

On the drive I noticed a lot of dredge tailings throughout the ...

Fort Nelson-Watson Lake Day 2 on Alaska Highway

A travel blog entry by howardbad on Jul 05, 2015

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Another beautiful start to the day, sunny and in the high 50's but warmed up quickly. Left Fort Nelson and crossed the northern Rocky Mountains. A little construction work held us up for 20 minutes but had fun with Karen the flag person. The roads are ...

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