Roadtrippin' checks out a museum dedicated to the Klondike's most iconic writer
Roadtrippin’s Hank Davis heard the call of the wild as the team traveled across the border to Dawson City, the capital of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Among its attractions, the Jack London Museum holds a certain appeal for those many who consumed the resonant words of the miner-turned-writer. London only spent a year in the Klondike but his name embodies the region as much as anybody’s.
A replica of the cabin he worked in sits tucked away in a quiet corner of town and is a must-visit for anyone who's been inspired by the famous author’s words.