The Town and Mountain Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of The Town and Mountain Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The Town and Mountain Hotel Whitehorse
Travel Blogs from Whitehorse
It was long overdue for sure—after living on the West Coast for all of my years, I had never yet seen or ridden the White Pass & Yukon Railroad. All that was about to change, however, as I was booked on West Coast Rail Tours White Pass & Yukon Route Steam Spectacular tour in July. I was ready to go!
Day 1: I am met at the airport by our Tour Guide, he directs me to the Air North check in where all proceeds smoothly. I find my seat and we are off ...
... gas and we actually don’t really know how to get the van filled up yet. We are trying to conserve the gas supply. We pay for electricity already so it won’t cost us any extra to use the heater. The first shop we went to didn’t have heaters and then Walmart, which has everything, hadn't got them in yet. We found a couple at Canadian Tire, which is like a huge Bunnings, with car stuff as well.
I chose to go on ...
... Especially when the one hit me. As I went north, I assume it was the lack of traffic, but very little leftovers on the road. A few porcupines, no live ones. In the mountains, I saw enough road kill, all big. A few moose and one buffalo. The scavengers here are big black crows, could be ravens, but I'm not exactly sure. They are 3 times the size of my dog though. I wouldn't like to hit them though. Last stop today is in Whitehorse, the capital of ...
... br> Before heading back to camp, we stopped at the Transporation Museum which was closed had a chance to see the airplane wind vane and find a geocache in the 1940’s bulldozer’s tool box.
Westgate Hotel was the location our Caravan group dinner at 6PM. From salad to dessert it was a perfect meal. The rest of the evening’s agenda was to attend the Frantic Follies show in the Hotel’s theater. The 8 ...
... a crazy amount! We stopped in Pincher Creek for coffee at the Harvest Coffee House while waiting for the bank next door to open so we could exchange our money. The coffee was great and the staff was super friendly and I got my first dose of real Canadian accents here. While we were here, Shane discovered that our money stash that he kept in a secret spot in the truck had gotten soaked somehow and so since we were going to be exchanging some for Canadian money at the bank, he needed ...