We were eight women driving from Fairbanks AK to Skagway AK across the Yukon Territory. Our destination was the Chilkoot Trail and a 5 day backpacking trip. We arranged to stay in two rooms here at this spot on Lake Kluane. We stayed in the building adjacent to the main building - see pic. Our room had a double bed and two singles, it was clean if a little aged. We were not expecting the Four Seasons Hotel, of course. There were towels, decent water pressure in the shower (not a lot of hot tho) and the food in the restaurant was decent. For dinner I had the fish sandwhich - about $9. And for breakfas I had toast, eggs, and coffee for about $10 US dollars. I could pay in American but they give change in Canadian. The Lake is right behind and quite lovely looking. Many of the RV'ers were sitting in lawn chairs by the lake visiting.
Unique Quality: The biggest goldpan is in Burwash Landing :) Burwash Landing Resort is one of the earliest lodges along the Alaska Highway. The originbal two story log lodge was built in 1944-1945 by Eugene Jacquot. The original Trading POst was established by the Jacquot brothers, Louis and Eugene in 1904.
Mile 1093, Alaska Highway, Burwash Landing