Stop In Family Hotel

314 Ray Street, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 5R3, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Whitehorse

Day 15

A travel blog entry by 12gkids


Visited the Whitehorse fish Ladder today, worlds longest wooden fish ladder, salmon returning to spawn use this ladder to get past the Whitehorse dam. Lunch was at the Klondike Rib & Salmon Restaurant. Housed in the 2 oldest buildings in Whitefish, originally opened as ...

The Yukon Calls

A travel blog entry by boat.rvclub.hh


... 28,000 residents and has 2/3 the population of the Yukon. Can you imagine? We did like Whitehorse though - a nice town. We had a Klondike Salmon/Halibut dinner and went to the Frantic Follies show after. Run and funny show all about the Yukon backcountry. We had some good laughs.
Then we went on to Fox Lake and our camp site ...

Museums in Whitehorse

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke


... Nations peoples. Whitehorse was the biggest town we had been to in several days with many restaurants and stores geared for tourists. We went by several interesting museums that we could have visited. We noticed two Holland America line buses full of their passengers. We went to a movie since we had the chance and got a good night's sleep for the next days ...

Trip Plan!

A travel blog entry by hgrant7

... Dry landing)
PM: Tagus Cove- Tagus Cove was historically used as an anchoring site for pirates and whalers. You will see the names of hundreds of ships sculpted and painted on the high ridge (this practice is now prohibited). The trail will show the dry vegetation zone, the volcanic landscapes of Darwin volcano and Darwin Lake. At the top of the trail you will enjoy an incredible view of the whole area. On the dinghy ride along the coast, it is possible ...

Up to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

A travel blog entry by gsawolf


... Beringia.
Glaciers never formed in Beringia because the climate was too dry. Beringia, clothed in the hardy grasses and herbs of the mammoth steppe, was home to the giants of the Ice Age: the mammoth, the giant short-faced bear, the steppe bison, and the scimitar cat. At the height of the last great Ice Age, the most successful hunters of ...

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This hotel, located on 314 Ray Street, Whitehorse, is near Takhini Hot Springs, MacBride Museum, Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre, and Old Log Church.
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