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Millenium trail, Whitehorse

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Whitehorse is a lovely town in Yukon. We stay here for a few days as our temporary tag of the trailer expired and we are waiting for the new temp tag to arrive from Delaware. We used the time well, started on a large playground where we were freezing in coats in the wind. A 3 year old local boy was half naked on flip flops. Eh, different feels of temperature.


Then we went for a hike which starts at the S.S. Klondike paddlewheel boat. It was the biggest boat used from 1934 till 1955 for transporting goods and passengers on the river.


The Millenium trail runs on both side of the river and passes the dam and the fish ladder where salmon can swim upwards on the river.


It was a nice 5 km walk on a nice sunny day.


Posted by divatmotoros 06:29 Archived in Canada

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