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Went to the boat launch at the campground to read the Robert Service poem - Cremation of Sam McGee on the lakeside. It is about a 20 minute drive out of town. There is a boat launch, there is a lake and we saw the...More
Pretty lake but not as beautiful as other lakes in the area. Tried to find the lodge but the road we expected to use to get there said private driveway so we ended up just seeing the boat launch area. Not sure if the lodge...More
We can all pull the name from the poem but the lake itself is difficult to access unless you have a boat. The campground was busy, the water was cold (though there were plentiful skipping rocks.)
If you have a boat - check out Richtofen's...More
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I don't know about the fly-fishing, and I don't know for certain about a gold rush museum in Whitehorse. Dawson City certainly has a museum which focuses on the gold rush. The S. S. Klondike, in Whitehorse, has material... More
I don't know about the fly-fishing, and I don't know for certain about a gold rush museum in Whitehorse. Dawson City certainly has a museum which focuses on the gold rush. The S. S. Klondike, in Whitehorse, has material related to the gold rush, but is not a 'gold rush museum' as such. Lake Laberge is about 45 minutes drive out of Whitehorse--close enough to run into town for groceries, and far enough not to have to look at buildings.