All travel has to stop at Fraser. I found it interesting that we were in Alaska but we had to travel over to the Canadian side. From the way this part of Alaska is mapped out, you'd think it should have been part of Canada, not the United States.
The train stops here and everyone has to get out. Our tour guide told us to get out our passports and he vouched for each of us and since he does this tour daily, they know him. We passed with no problems. This is such an isolated place for the border guards but they must love doing their job and we appreciate them keeping us safe.
|This building in Fraser, BC looks like a train station but is a bathroom.|
|Here is Layla in front of the amazing view with mountains & clear blue lake behind her|
|A close up of the mountain and land|
|Another lovely picture of the mountain. We can see the Glaciers on the top.|
|This is the White Pass Summit Train we just got off, then back on to our bus with our amazing Tour Guide!|
|This is a lovely view of the mountains and lake across from the Border crossing.|
|The water so so clear that we could see the land reflection in the water.|
|This says it all! Hard to know which is which. So clear and pure, I'm sure.|