When I left his lovely home, Peter asked me to tell him which places cinnamon roll was better – Jakes Corner or Johnsons Crossing! I stopped at Jakes Corner, had a heavy meal of a burger, coke and a massive cinnamon roll and then 40 kms later stopped to camp at the Johnson Crossing RV park, had another huge meal and another cinnamon roll, and without doubt, Johnsons crossing was a shade softer, fresher and tasted better! It was a beautiful ride along the Teslin river.
Camp: Johnsons crossing RV campground, at Teslin. Great food, free wifi for one hour, good speed. But the campsite was more like a parking lot with a garden. I camped on a raised part of the landscaping behind the laundromat under a tree. It was nice and quiet over there. Camping was 15 CAD
Elevation Gain: 1900 ft