Watson Lake is known as a gateway to the Yukon for travellers driving north from British Columbia, but is also famous for something very unusual—signpost Forest. Yup, this forest currently boasts more than 72,000 signposts and counting. It all started back in 1942 during the building of the Alaska Highway, when a U.S. Army G.I. posted a sign to his hometown, along with the mileage. It soon became a tradition for travellers to do the same. You can hang a sign of your own—either bring it with you or buy a board there and make it yourself at the visitors’ centre. Pretty cool, don’t you think?