Atlin Road with Discovery Road and Warm Bay Side Trip Professional Review and Guide
"Paved/gravel highway from Tagish Road to Atlin, British Columbia; 94 kilometers (59 miles). The Atlin Road runs southward from the Alaska Highway, passing through one of the prettiest parts of the Yukon’s southern lakes district. It winds up in an isolated corner of British Columbia, at the old gold-rush town of Atlin. The pace of life is appreciably slower in Atlin, a lakeside village off the beaten track. It has been billed as a little Switzerland, and it sits amid such stunning scenery that it became a major holiday destination for the wealthy during the early part of this century. Several roads out of Atlin lead to scenic wonders and historical sites.
The town is well-known for its excellent fishing; anglers should bear in mind that British Columbia fishing licenses are required south of the Yukon border. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."