Westmark Inn Tok
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- 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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TripAdvisor Reviews Westmark Inn Tok
Travel Blogs from Tok
... peat and water. Muskeg is notorious for harboring those dreaded frost heaves- and mosquitos. Permafrost under the roadway melts in the warmth of summer causing the road to sink, sometimes extremely. It's almost impossible to repair the road as it continues to move throughout the warm weather.
So Canada's solution is to throw some asphalt over the heave in the apparent effort to disguise it but not repair the bad section of road. The good thing is ...
... it’s with a dish and the fog/smoke across the lake made that almost impossible…
Cottonwood park was an excellent choice… we enjoyed the park and will use it again…
We headed out around the rest of the lake and those white caps and small waves from the wind last night are gone…the water is smooth and beautiful as we pull out… We get an early start as we have to land in Tok tonight…
We hope the path today is ...
... his engine run a bit. I think he is more worried about needing a jump start from Doug! We did see a bear after we left Whitehorse and I got a picture! Brewster went crazy. He doesn't react when we ohh and ahh at then scenery though. Today we are driving to Chicken, Alaska to drive the top of the world road. We decided to drive this in the car and not our coaches because we heard it is a treacherous road. Till next time(if we make it back from Chicken). ...
... A companionship dear and needed by him, The ermine is welcomed with a genuine grin.
In a land so harsh, so cruel, so cold, The ermine's reputation is neary untold. Tenacious is he and nothing he fearsExcept the long winter nights over many years. As the tundra turns dar on a bitter day,The ermine slips in; the night he will stay. Supper is shared between the twoAnd together they sleep til dawn's frozen dew.
As light ...
... have somehow overlooked the need for a further sign (they seem to have so many of them already). The sign should warn tropic travellers like myself by clearly stating the words:
BEWARE THE COLD BLAST!
In this land of permafrost and frozen ground, the use of such facilities is normally preceded by the removal or lowering of several layers of cold weather clothing and there really should be some warning to the unpracticed of ...