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Takhini Hot Pools - CLOSED

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Takhini Hot Pools - CLOSED

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KM 10/Mile 6 Takhini Hotsprings Road, Whitehorse, Yukon Canada
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Skagway Shore Excursion: Full-Day Tour of the Yukon
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Skagway Shore Excursion: Full-Day Tour of the Yukon

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Soak up the wild beauty of inland Yukon, Canada’s westernmost territory, on a shore excursion by minibus that follows the famous Klondike Highway from Skagway, Alaska, a stress-free option for visitors that want a comprehensive tour. Multiple stops are made for photos and wildlife sightings are possible. Visit Caribou Crossing Trading Post for an insider’s glimpse into local culture. Enjoy a hearty lunch, visit the Museum of Yukon Natural History, and see a dog sledding camp. Pass through the Carcross Desert on the return to your Skagway port. Note: All travelers must bring their valid passport.
US$106.62 per adult
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Warren P wrote a review Sep. 2020
Yukon, Canada82 contributions3 helpful votes
The Takhini hot springs is a quaint area with campground and hostel options. The current rate is roughly $40 for three people. You will need pool foot wear and locker lock, or there are additional fees. Also if you can bring your own water bottle but they again are offered with a fee. There are two pools one hot and second connected larger pool is cooler and best for toddlers etc.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Marie J wrote a review Aug. 2020
Rock Creek, Canada759 contributions222 helpful votes
Well we could not enter it as we came on a day they were closed . There is lots of construction going on there so be careful uogrades etc . Ice area
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Cam M wrote a review Aug. 2020
Vancouver, Canada8 contributions
Actually I don’t recommend people go here. As others have said everything is very old and almost falling apart. Even the clock doesn’t work. It’s also not very hot actually. Also...they ran out of locks so I just had to put all my clothes but the side of the pool. Ridiculous. Finally, and this is hard to judge in the time of COVID but the water doesn’t even seem like hot spring water. I know they are using way more bleach to clean everything and so maybe they are also using more chlorine but this water just seems like normal water you would find in a pool. Basically it’s a hot pool with a lot of dead bugs in it. Anyways it looks like they are building a new facility so hopefully it’ll be better in a few years.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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janathv wrote a review Mar. 2020
Mount Albert16 contributions2 helpful votes
Spent an evening enjoying the views of frost-covered trees and a light snowfall while soaking in the delightfully toasty waters. The facility and hot spring pools are a little tired looking but still a great relaxing way to spend some time out in the YT environment.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Colette P wrote a review Mar. 2020
Richmond, Canada115 contributions52 helpful votes
Very run down but to their benefit they are building a new large facility which looks very nice. Bring your own towel and flip flops you will need them, they do rent these items if you need them. We enjoyed our selves as the snow was falling and having the pool to ourselves.I would recommend this just to relax and have a soak.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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