Westmark Inn Dawson City
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Dawson City
We had a room in the new building across the street from the reception desk. It was very plush with a wonderful bed and lots of large pillows. The service was very polished (typical of our Westmark experiences.)
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... Tr'ochek Hwech'in tribes lived in the area as the junction of the Yukon and Klondike Rivers meant abundant food and resources. In 1998, the government gave the area back to the First Nations people. We settled into the Bonanza Gold RV Park just out of town. Again very quiet as all the area closes down in a few weeks and visitors will stop travelling. The van needed a good wash with all the mess it had been driving on for the last two days. Onwards tomorrow south towards Whitehorse ...
... etc. And yet, many times the road was surprisingly good. It would change pretty suddenly from a decent surface to slimy mud. The road is treated with calcium chloride then watered down to reduce dust. Since we had so much rain the wetting down just turned parts of the road into a mud bath! At one point I was sure the Yukon roads people were messing with us poor cyclists!
Our first night was at Tombstone Territorial Park - an ...
... lower sections! We did buy a nice book which has Call of Wild and White Fang. More reading for me.
We had a nice lunch at Klondike Kate’s. Karen had a nice quesadilla and I had a burger.
We decided to do some driving and we drove up to Midnight Dome. It is a large hill overlooking town. Great views. We saw a small plane flying below us. On our way up, we met a traveling from Ontario that gave us ...
... own 'Dreamcatcher’ in the North Californian site of the ’49 Gold Rush, we’ve been crossing the path of people who followed their own dreams. Seattle, from where so many hopeful and desperate people set off in the Klondyke Stampede of 1898, Skagway where they disembarked and began the long, back- and heart-breaking trek over White Pass to Lake Bennett, then to this area, only to find most ...
... race from Whitehorse, 450 miles to Dawson City. tTe picture is of the first place finisher who completed the race in 45 hours, 30 minutes and 36 seconds. They have a 3 hour mandatory layover along the way. The river was running about 5 MPH.
The road is absolutely beautiful. Along the way we run past a guy walking, towing a wheel chair on a leash. The chair is decorated with peace signs of all colors ...