Nice drive on the South Klondike Highway.
After we had already said goodbye to Frank two days ago, who continued on the Alaska Highway, we now also said goodbye to Marthe and Ed, who drove south from Whitehorse on a different route.
Out of Whitehorse we followed the Alaska Highway for a few more kilometers, then we turned south onto the South Klondike Highway towards Skagway.
On the quiet road we could again enjoy the landscape in ideal cycling weather. At a beautiful lake we stopped for lunch and ate the leftover pizza from the night before.
In the crowded Carcross, bus tourists called us weirdos when they heard about our already covered distance.
When we reached the campground in Conrad, it was already full. A nice lady gave us there but fortunately a tip where we can camp wild at the lake.
While we were cooking for the night, some walkers passed by our campsite and we asked them for an easier way to the highway (on our way to the campsite we had very steep slopes and tedious obstacles). They did not know how to help us directly, but after some time they appeared again and told us an easier way back to the highway!