To spend the night away from the hustle and bustle of summertime Skagway, (or if you're a backpackers coming or going along the Chilkoot Trail), give a thought to this quaint lodging, as it might suit you well. Located along the scenic road to Dyea, near the start of the route to the Klondike that most stampeders preferred, Chilkoot Trail Outpost has lovely cabins that are rustic on the outside but surprisingly modern, lovely and well-finished inside. They've got log porch swings out front and prominent ridgepoles carved with Tlingit animal designs supporting their roofs. Most have either an open floor plan with two 2 queen beds, or one bedroom with a queen or pair of twins and a living room with a futon couch that folds out into a double bed. IIn the evening guests gather around the fire pit, near a little waterfall, and make s'mores with ingredients supplied by the hosts. A buffet breakfast is served in the log dinning hall, which is like a little café, and you're free to use the screened in cookhouse to prepare other meals if they you like.