Ramada Whitehorse Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... time approaches, and we head down to Long Siding (near the cruise ship dock) to board our steam train for an afternoon adventure. Sitting on the siding is 2-8-0 #69 (Baldwin, 1907) and a five car consist, the maximum she can pull herself up the grades to White Pass summit. We are assigned the tail end car #258 Lake Kuane, and we climb aboard. We have lots of room and a great rear platform to enjoy for the duration of the trip. A cruise train arrives and backs past ...
Whitehorse Yukon 28 Aug 14 Thursday:
Well my calendar is totally out of whack ! I think I have had the 28th for the last 3 days anyway.. and when I checked into the Hi Country RV Park here in Whitehorse the bloke didn't have our booking, I am saying are you sure ? better double check as you confirmed by email...anyways on checking he had us arriving tomorrow night !!! We are one day ahead of schedule ! No wonder we have been driving so much , we ...
... 133 permanent bridges and 1500 miles of road through mountains. Eight miles of road was put in 7 days a week.
Today’s road from Liard to Whitehorse was the best yet as there was only a couple of road works and the rest of the road was really good. They must have done it last year. I got to drive the"turtle truck" again today as we had quite a few kilometres to cover. The driving was much easier as there was no traffic and the road was so good. Much easier than yesterday. I ...
We don't have too many kilometers to go, today so we take it easy and decide to start a little later. It's nice to have a walk around even though there's not too much of interest here. Many of the guests at the hotel are motorcyclists and we get to cheating to a couple of people who are on their way back down from the north. They all have interesting stories and good information of the road conditions up ahead. It's another perfect day and ...
... on the Yukon River. River boats like these were in use from the 1890s until 1950 when the hydroelectric dam was built. Now it is a national historic site. Day three we hiked Miles Canyon along the Yukon River to Canyon City. Before the dam was built the Yukon River had wild raging rapids. Whitehorse was so named after the rapids looking like a horses white mane. Stampeders rushing to the gold fields had to stop before the rapids and Canyon City ...