Skagway Bungalows

Address: P.O. Box 287, Skagway, Alaska, 99840, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on P.O. Box 287, Skagway, is near Packer Expeditions, TEMSCO Helicopters - Skagway, Skagway Museum and Archives, and Captain William Moore Cabin.
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Travel Blogs from Skagway

Fog Woman

A travel blog entry by rockfsh on Sep 17, 2014

25 photos

... rush of
cruise passengers. We joined that new rush and took the trip up to
Frazer then bused down and visited Liarsville. This is a recreation
of the newspaper reporters' camp called Liarsville since the
reporters made up stories of the gold rush rather than travel the
hundreds of miles to Dawson to report first hand.
Next Icy Point and hopefully ...


A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 03, 2014

4 comments, 24 photos

... in the town park.

Back on the ship we had a late lunch and then decided we would watch the comedy show and the crew show instead of having dinner. The crew show was amazing. The funniest thing was that as everyone walked into the theatre we were given a balloon. We wondered what that was for until people started blowing them up and hitting them around for the 30 mins before the show began. It was hysterical, as the cruise director, Neil said, if he ...

The Alaska Marine Highway System - M/V Columbia

A travel blog entry by govgal on Sep 01, 2014

6 photos

... Boarding the ferry. That was absolutely horrifying! I wouldn't recommend that to anyone-ever! Driving the ramp was probably the best thing about boarding. Then I had to wait in a line for the elevator to take me to the second floor. I had to turn my engine off and set the parking brake while we ascended from the belly of the ship to the second floor. Then the parking guys wanted me to backup, oh but not just straight, oh no, we couldn't possibly do that. I ...

Day 17. Skagway Train and Bus trip 6 hours.

A travel blog entry by geoffq on Aug 28, 2014

9 photos

We cruised for about 8 hours last night as the journey was only 80 to 90 miles, so just a slow trip, and all the passage has been as smooth as a mill pond, from the time we left Seattle. A good sleep again, this is pretty exhausting but loving and making the most of it, as not long to go now. Up at 0515 today for a 0600 breakfast at the Horizons Restruant we had it with Bob. We disembarked at 0700 boarded a ...

On to the Yukon

A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 06, 2014

25 photos

... unique, spring rolls served in springs. We had a good time but the $45 up charge was a bit much especially for people like me who don't eat much meat. One of the desserts was really fun, 3 stacked boxes with unfrosted cupcakes in the bottom, tiny pastry tubes of icing in the next and toping I the top that included pop rocks. We got up early on Wednesday just as the ship pulled into the tiny town of Skagway. The dock was right next to a mountain with the names ...