Westmark Inn Tok
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Tok
Although the room was not as nice as our stay in Dawson City, the bed was great, the room very clean and the staff was helpful. Another positive Westmark experience.
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Travel Blogs from Tok
The community of Chicken is really an old gold mining mining community. There is still some active mining in the area. The whole community is off the grid. Power is solar or diesel generator only. No flush toilets. No cell service. Population roughly 25. It's out there. In more ways than one. The saloon's remarkable feature is the ceiling decor. It is covered with ball caps and remnants of underwear that have been stapled to the ceiling ...
... cafe store. Chicken has a small, unique post office.
Chicken, with a permanent population of 7, was once a gold mining town and has become a must see stop for travelers going between Dawson City and Tok. The large chicken on the hill, stands next to signs with the names of other cities named after a Chicken.
The nights before and ...
... weir, that leads to Chilkoot Lake, there were two bald eagles soaring above our heads - riding the winds just above us, right along with us as if to say "Welcome Welcome! Let us escort you in!" Seeing Chilkoot Lake the first time sent chills up my spine. So beautiful. Turquoise water, mountains rising right up out of it. Spruce pine forest everywhere. The campground was small, quiet, sites right on the lake, and not full. And so we set our sights on ...
bright turquoise waters
bluebells and forget-me-nots
wild Alaskan blues
J ust an extra entry for fun! From time to time, I may be adding to this entry as we move through our year-long adventure. It started as a game for Shane and I as we drive along the long stretches of road and think about our recent experiences. Some are Shane's Haiku creations, some are mine. I've mixed them up. Can ...
... WELL, I think that I jinxed it as today was very chilly; especially with the winds that were blowing off of Kluane Lake.
We decided to keep driving until we got out of the rain/snow, so ended up in Tok, Alaska, about 75 miles inside the border. Since it stays daylight until 11-11-30 we still get a nice amount of evening time when we pull into a campsite at 7:30 at night. We also had a free roller coaster ...