Westmark Inn Skagway
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Aside from the dark paneling in the halls that give it a very dated look, the service and the room was everything we expected, including a very comfortable bed.
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Having a little vacation time within the traveling vacation. A few light days of travel to smell the roses. Having a light travel day (just over 100 miles) we spent the entire morning in Whitehorse. Toured the town a little and then went to the Yukon Transportation Museum and the SS Klondike, which used to cruised the Yukon River in style.
... Pass Summit Club". Each membership is uniquely numbered and registered.
· During this 4 hour excursion, your personal attendant will give you a full commentary of the history of the Klondike Gold Rush and describe how this railroad became an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
· Experience the breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles and historic sites from the comfort of vintage parlor ...
... excellent. From there we drove back to Carcross, which is the oldest First Nations village in Yukon. The city has a population of 300 and it is 4th largest city in Yukon Territory and is growing. The difference between a Province and a Territory is that a Provence supports itself and Territories can not. Carcross has an International airport and you can drive a rough road from Florida through to Carcross. Amongst all these mountains and lakes there is a desert at Carcross. People ...
... during those 4 months.
The guided tour of the Dyea historical site was worth while and a hike to nearby Lost Lake provided a good cardio workout with it's prolonged steep climb.
Haines, Alaska was the next stop on the route. One could drive there by road from Skagway but that is approximately a 550 km trip. Most people take the 1 hour ferry shuttle that stops in Haines on it's way to the Alaskan ...
... of the hydroelectric system that supplies Skagway's electricity.
Reached the Summit, at 1000 metres. "Welcome to Alaska", cold and shrouded in mist. Down the other side, towards the sea. Checked at USA customs, numerous questions then off we went again. Arrived in Skagway - what a tourist trap! Donned coats and beanies and joined the throng. Shops of souvenirs, diamonds, t-shirts and much more.
We had come to investigate the ...