Spirit Lake Wilderness Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpirit Lake Wilderness Resort Carcross
Very nice location but in 2006 they had no TV, no internet, no phone, no fridge or microwave in rooms. The water was so rusty we could not even shower let alone drink it. Good thing we were just staying one night. It was $96 in 2006... Which was a lot of money for what you got.
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For my last full day in Whitehorse, I planned another day trip, this time farther north up the Alaska Highway, along a route I will be partially re-driving again tomorrow before turning south. My target today was a beautiful lake that runs for many miles along the highway, called Kluane (say "kloo-aw-nee") Lake. Nothing else particularly noteworthy about this day trip; just a reason to get out for a nice drive with beautiful scenery.
My day started with the ...
... of the road...and remembering to do so! i now want a bloody big truck!
After arriving at the Northern Lights Spa and resort i instnaly fell in love with the Gernan man Wolfgang who runs the place- mainly cause he let us check in early and have a shower! After freshing up and exploring the amazing cabin we explored the town. Whitehorse basically shuts down in the winter months. all the shops close and basically seems like ...
After our stay in Denali NP we headed to Fairbanks where we kayaked down the Chena River thru the downtown area and past some swanky modern homes that looked like they belonged in South Florida. We also toured Creamers field and dairy and learned the history of the only dairy farm to exist in the Alaskan North. Yhe field is a migratory stop for the Sandhill Cranes and other water fowl.
We also headed up North of Fairbanks on the Dalton Hwy hoping to see the ...
... volcanoes. Here there are a number of lagoons with different kinds of birds such as frigate birds, flamingoes and pelicans. (Snorkeling Site) (Dry landing)
PM: Elizabeth Bay- a secluded space lacking any landing sites. We will take a traditional 'panga' ride, passing the red mangroves and amongst the wildlife of the lively bay. Elizabeth is known for its marine life; you probably will see sea turtles and rays skimming the surface of the water. You also ...
... Copper belt and a successful cartage business. Robert Lowe became a long serving local and territorial politician.
Whitehorse Highlights: S.S. Klondike, Beringia Interpretive Center, Macbride Museum, Miles Canyon
The British Yukon Navigation (BYN) Company sternwheel fleet plied the upper Yukon River ...