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

The tail of Alaska

A travel blog entry by magnas_r_us on Aug 02, 2015

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... top women mushers in this part of the world, Hiedi Sutter. She ran the Iditrod and other events, she brought her lead dog and some interesting stories. We met another musher who last year's race and he brougt a puppy. We loaded up in our cars and did a tour of the surrounding town and area.
At 700PM we went to a theater where we started off with fake gambling to represent the gold rush ...

Glaciers, ice caves and peanut butter sandwiches!

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Jul 28, 2015

... despair at some people though. We must have been told 49 times to remember our passports when we went ashore and yet somehow this stupid mexican couple managed to forget theirs. They even tried to say they got told they didnt need it. It was announced on the ships p.a., it was in the daily magazine, every staff member we encounted said "Have a nice day, and donf forget your passport!". Even if your still unsure bring it with you for chuffs sake! Anywho ...


A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 28, 2015

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... of gold prospectors headed for the Yukon. What trials they endured to get over this pass that will now take us about 2 hours in the train and bus. Early prospectors came completely unprepared and many starved or froze to death in the fierce, unforgiving winter. The Canadian government then instituted a regulation that travellers had to have 2000lbs of supplies before they were allowed to continue over the White Pass. This was amazingly tedious but saved many lives. Prospectors ...

Alaska again for the day. Klondike Gold Rush.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 16, 2015

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... so started at the house of the Moore family, entrepreneurs who supplied many of the stampeders going to the Klondike. Gold was found on Bonanaza Creek, tributary of the Klondike river in August 1896 by George Carmack, Skookum Jim Mason and Dawson Charlie, Dawson City's population rose to 30,000, and it was all over by 1898, there anyway.

After the house, looked at several old wood buildings, including the original one room Moore log ...

Skagway, Alaska

A travel blog entry by barbandgraham on Jul 11, 2015

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... massive mountains, sheer cliffs - some with snow caps, rich moist green foliage and spruce, fir, pine and other trees. How they built this railway is a physical and financial marvel, and many lives and horses were lost in the process. We passed the Gold rush cemetery, scenic bridal veil falls and on to the border with British Colombia on the top of a mountain near a lake. This railway track travels ...