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Chilkoot Trail Outpost

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A great choice for visitors planning to make the famous 33-mile Chilkoot Trail hike, this lodging is a half mile from the trailhead.

Mile Zero Bed & Breakfast

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In a quiet residential area a few blocks from downtown, this comfortable B&B has spacious and well-insulated guest rooms, all with...

Sgt. Preston's Lodge

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This four-building lodge that feels more like a motel occupies a former army barracks. Some rooms are spacious and revamped, but others...

Skagway Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Each room in this family-friendly downtown Victorian inn (once a not-so-family-friendly bordello) is named after a different gold-rush...

White House

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Built in 1902 by Lee Guthrie, a gambler and owner of one of the town's most profitable gold-rush saloons, the white-clapboard two-story...

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