It's the Takhini Hot springs, head a few km up the North Klondike highway and you'll find the turnoff.just curious wrote: Try the Tat Hot Springs.
Yes Georgio's is good. The other place you're talking about is the Klondike Rib and Salmon bbq on the corner of 4th and Steele. It's awesome food but it's only open for the summer so i doubt that it's open yet.canpilot wrote:herm,
Georgio's is pretty good! Also, there is some place down on main i think that has ribs, steak and salmon that a damn good.. or so I hear...
I think I've heard that the edgewater has some good eats.. ..? Dunno about that tho
Joe's free pour is no more, and the cat under the glass at the Capital is no longer there.
There is VERY little going on in Faro.
Yeah the Canada Games Centre is top notch. Gold Rush does indeed often have some good blues. The Mexican Restaurant is called Sanchez Cantina. It's authentic mexican, very tasty. There's also Sam and Andy's if you want a more tex mex style.All Sides wrote:Whitehorse has a $43,000,000 Canada Games Center worth checking out. (Thanks Canada) The Gold Rush (Best Western) has good live bands on Fri/Sat night usually blues bands, and a great Mexican restaurant called Cantina's. Good drives are Atlin or Skagway or out to Haines Junction.
There's two Tim Hortons, two Starbucks... but my favorite coffee shop is Baked Cafe at corner of 1st and Main. If it's nice out you can sit out front and get the mid day sun. Too late for dog sledding and skiing unless you are geared up for back country. Canyon on Grey Mountain?longjon wrote:
There were no Tim's then and last count there are 3.
Is it to late in the season to go Dog Sledding?
Be sure to drive up Grey Mountain and hike the canyon.
Close, but the name actually came from the Whitehorse rapids which were below miles canyon. The hydo damn wiped out most of them though.longjon wrote:Name comes from the rapids in Miles Canyon. The spray was like the mane of a White Horse.
Definitely check out the Transportation museum if you can, but it is closed to the public in the winter too.