Northern Beaver Post Cottages

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

Frost Heaves Make Me Heave

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 01, 2014

7 photos

... it was mostly tree covered mounts with deep gorges and bog dotted valleys. We saw a black bear momma with twins, two grizzlies, an eagle soaring, and a moose munching away at bog grass. There were more snow capped mountains ahead and it was getting late. Although it never got dark, we did stop at a rest area south of Delta Junction for the night. We both felt beaten up by the terrible driving conditions.


Back to Nature Drive

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 25, 2014

20 photos

... let me down. We started in the left pool, the farthest from the springs. The. miss Pat ventured into the upper pool - so I had to do the same. The concrete benches set in the springs were wonderful. We soaked and warmed and relaxed. We slowly walked back to the RV, ready for bed. We had a light dinner, and were ready for bed. This entire camp ground is run on solar and diesel generator power - there are no power lines". 14 bear, 50+ bison! liard River Hotsprings - great ...

Day Three, Watson Lake

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Jul 05, 2014

10 photos

... and then had a stop at an overlook to see just how big it is. It reminded us of the Columbia River in its size. Sign Post Forest: In 1942 a soldier posted a sign that had the miles showing how far he was from home. Today people from all over post a sign and there are now over 50,000. It's crazy to walk through sign post village and see all the places posted by travelers. We added our Incline Village Lake Tahoe sign to the ...

The End of the Cassiar

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jun 25, 2014

14 photos

... it. We are using some of the free firewood to get the front tire off the ground to take the front wheel off to get at the speedometer housing, when a truck stops and out jumps a young man Mike, who has everthing in this truck. We become quick friends along with his dog Timber.
We find that the washer looking piece of metal is bent, so I hammer it back ...

Leaving the Yukon, south through British Columbia

A travel blog entry by mmcc on Sep 30, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... then on the road again. We were sad to be leaving the remote , wilderness places of Alaska and Yukon , but after yesterday's drive and looking at maps , realise that we probably have plenty of mountains to come, as we are now in the Northern Rockies region and will be heading down along the mountains . Today we reach Dawson Creek , the end of the Alaska Highway, built in record time by soldiers of ...

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