Skagway was a lot of fun. The South Klondike Highway takes us from Skagway, back to Canada, onto the Alaska Highway and into Whitehorse. Our last look at Skagway is beautiful.
A cruise ship is in port today and the sky is cloudy, adding a sense of adventure and uncertainty.
Further along the Tiaya Inlet, the birds fly over the water toward the mountains. Leaving Alaska, clearing Canadian customs, we stop at Goat Lake Hydroelectric Project.
Goat Lake is high in the mountains. Much of Pitch Fork Falls is clear of ice.
We love waterfalls. The mountain scenery is beautiful. Such a large attraction for this drive. Passing through Carcross, passing the Carcross Desert, we had to make another stop at Emerald Lake.
We love the colors of the lake. It seems that we are back in bear country.
This black bear is in no hurry as he grazes by the road. Something white is moving on the side of the mountain.
Dall sheep are common in this area. This one has been jumping around eating any available vegetation. A sudden start from this sheep, and a few rocks slide down the mountain onto the road. Our mini rockslide. But enough to get us to move on. But more animals.
Another mom and cub grizzly bear. We certainly are enjoying seeing the bears and other animals. The mountain scenery along this road is spectacular.
We were not planning on a side trip to Skagway, but we are so glad we went. Skagway is fun, but this drive is outstanding. And no traffic. We hope you see this area for yourself. It is beautiful.