Sgt. Preston's Lodge

Address: 370 6th Avenue, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Motel
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    Travel Blogs from Skagway

    Rain, rain, go AWAY!

    A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Jun 23, 2010

    2 comments, 11 photos

    Left Haines Junction, Yukon Territory for Skagway, Alaska in chilly, but sunny weather. We made it to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory before the skies opened up. It rained steadily the remaining 2.5 hours. Slow-going at 55 miles per hour.

    Went through Alaska Customs at Skagway, and the Inspector shook my hand. Larry had gone through ahead of …

    The 'Cute' little port of Skagway

    A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Aug 26, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the railway built of gold'. We retraced the route of the original White Pass Trail, firstly by bus, climbing the 3,000 feet with a couple of photo opportunities. Our 25 year old bus driver had a witty sense of humour and presented the tour information well. I didn't go to sleep this time! Home is in Seattle and she actually has a degree in physiology and once the Alaskan summer is over she works with children with abuse and drug problems. Takes them hiking into wilderness ...

    White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad -

    A travel blog entry by carween on Aug 15, 2015

    29 photos

    ... we were passing into Canada, Customs Officers boarded the train for the least official check ever.

    Our return trip to Skagway was by a small coach - a good choice as we had a great driver/guide who was more than happy to impart her knowledge as well as be a photographer at each stop. It was a really woinderful 4.5 hour round trip - well worth doing.


    Alaskan pedestrian!

    A travel blog entry by jandal on Jul 26, 2015

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... them and milk the roe ,but if they spawn naturally, they die afterwards anyway. The sealions and otters feasted on them at high tides but we always missed the rumoured Mama Bear and 3 cubs. Driving towards Anchorage, the glaciers and mountains around us are truly awesome..R&R today in a campground means Joyce gets to spend the avo in the laundry, oh joy!Hope all is well with you ...


    A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jul 16, 2015

    10 photos

    The village of Atlin was certainly picturesque but had little else to offer so it was off to Skagway, Alaska for 2 nights on the next leg of the journey.

    The road was good and the skies a mix of sun and cloud on the way to the U.S. border. We got there in about 4 hours after stopping at Jake's Corners to have one of their renowned cinnamon buns.

    When asked at U.S.A. customs if we had any fruit ...