This is a beautiful section of the highway. I zipped past Destruction Bay confident that I could fill up again at the next town. The next town plus the next five roadhouses were either closed for the winter or no longer in business. At 167 km, I needed to switch to reserve. The headwind was really causing the bike to get miserable gas mileage. I added the 3 gal of gas from the gas can and it should be enough to get to Beaver Creek. According to the Milepost, it's about 33 miles away.
I was warned while on the Cassiar that there was 50 km of horrible construction between Kluane Lake and Beaver Creek. There was a cyclist heading north that was even thinking of trying to find a ride between Whitehorse and Tok. I think that maybe those tourists don't know what horrible is. It was just the normal repave process. The gravel road in the construction area was a lot smoother than the normal potholed chip seal. The only issue I had was the rear wheel spinning in the mud where the road was watered down to keep down the dust.
Discovery Yukon Lodgings. One of their many offerings are wall tents with optional heat and the cost is only a bit more than a tent site. Since it's supposed to be raining all night, it seems like a good option. Very slow but functional wi-fi through their satellite Internet connection.