|We took a National Park Ranger led walk through Skagway. William Moore built a log cabin, a sawmill, and began the construction of a wharf in anticipation of the ships that would land here offloading thousands of eager gold-seekers.|
|Later built a larger home and his first home was moved by the National Parks.|
Mascott Salloon was one of 80 in the boom year of 1898.
2,865-foot elevation gain through White Pass. See Skagway in the distance.
|Medium green color indicates avalanche areas.|
We camped at National Park 8 miles out of town. It's scenic drive to the campground and throughout this entire trip. Such a joy to see God's great creation.