Spirit Lake Wilderness Resort
Travel Blogs from Carcross
... a bit of trepidation going up in a light plane and this was going to be the smallest one I had ever flown in; a four seater float plane. The whole flight was less bumpy than it probably could have been; only a few pockets of turbulence, but these planes are so light a few times we really did move around. It is a bit of experience flying through clouds knowing that there are some pretty big mountains around. Our ...
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 ...
... agricultural area in Inca times, as manifested by the many Inca remains dispersed throughout the valley. Overnight in Sacred Valley.*Due to its popularity, there is a market at Pisac every day, with the largest market day being Sun, as well as Tue & Thu.
Sunday, October 27: Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu
Morning transfer from your hotel to take the Vistadome train (8 am approx) from Ollantaytambo to the Aguas Calientes train station. ...
Great weather again, hot and sunny. Had a brief stop in Carcross for fuel and snacks. Carcross, on the shores of Lake Bennett, was a major stopping place for the gold miners on their way to the Klondike gold fields. It was also a major stop for the White Pass and Yukon Railroad from 1900 to 1982, when the railroad ceased through ...
Snag Junction, YT to Carcross, YT via a stop in Whitehorse, YT--308 miles.
Campground: Montana Mt. RV Park, Carcross, Yukon
We had another several hours of rough road. Shortly after we started out this morning, I came across the following explanation in Milepost:
"According to Public Works Yukon, much of the soil along the north Alaska Highway is of glacial origin ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed