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From Skagway: White Pass and Yukon Suspension Bridge Tour

From Skagway: White Pass and Yukon Suspension Bridge Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders as you head into the Yukon on this guided tour from Skagway. Catch views of the White Pass Railroad and glacier-covered mountains and cross the border into Canada. Start your adventure by traveling up the Klondike Highway and taking in the passing wildlife and waterfalls. Once into Canada, you'll pass through the subarctic alpine tundra of the Tormented Valley, with views of Summit Lake. Continue through B.C. and stop at Canadian customs at Fraser, and the Yukon Territory. Next, head to the Yukon Suspension Bridge, nestled in between forests. Dare to walk along this 200-foot-long bridge that traverses the Tutshi River. You'll have the chance to spot local animals in their natural habitat. The roaring rapids below provide an impressive backdrop for photos and memories. Visit the Outdoor Interpretive museum and get a better understanding of the region between Skagway and Whitehorse. Hear about the First Nations and the stories of the Gold Rush as the continent was settled.

Skagway: Yukon, White Pass, & Husky Sled Camp Combo Tour

Skagway: Yukon, White Pass, & Husky Sled Camp Combo Tour

Discover the charm of the Yukon Territory on a guided half-day trip from Skagway as you travel up the Klondike Highway. Pass through the unbridled nature of British Columbia. Later, visit a dogsledding camp and learn about the history of sledding in Canada and Alaska while you meet Husky puppies. Begin your tour as the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders once did, journeying from Skagway and through the White Pass. Drive along the Klondike Highway and admire the scenic forests, waterfalls, and wildlife. Views of the White Pass Railroad evoke a nostalgic mood in the shadow of glacier-covered mountains. Next, enter Canada's province of British Columbia. As you drive, take in the sights of the subarctic alpine tundra that marks out Tormented Valley. Catch a glimpse of Summit Lake before you go on to pause at Canada Customs in Fraser. Continue your tour as you enter the Yukon Territory. Head to the Tagish Lake Dog Sledding Camp and discover the world of dogsledding firsthand. Meet trainers and mushers, see the dogs in action, and visit with puppies. Before you return to Skagway, visit the gift shop for a souvenir.

Wild Adventure Yukon + Summit Tour

Wild Adventure Yukon + Summit Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders as you head into the Yukon on this guided tour from Skagway. Catch views of the White Pass Railroad and glacier-covered mountains and cross the border into Canada. Start your adventure by traveling up the Klondike Highway and taking in the passing wildlife and waterfalls. Once into Canada, you'll pass through the subarctic alpine tundra of the Tormented Valley, with views of Summit Lake. Continue through B.C. and stop at Canadian customs at Fraser, and the Yukon Territory. Enjoy a photo opportunity at the British Columbia and Yukon signs. As we continue up the Klondike Highway, guests will get to experience Wild Adventure Yukon (formerly Caribou Crossing). Your entry allows you the chance to walk around this historic & fun filled complex, play with puppies at the petting zoo, learn about the Klondike & Yukon at the museum, and also enjoy a huge family-style bbq lunch (vegetarian options available).

From Skagway: Skagway City & White Pass Summit Guided Tour

From Skagway: Skagway City & White Pass Summit Guided Tour

Our journey begins with a historic city tour of Skagway, here you will see what life was like during the days of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush and how it has evolved to present-day Skagway. Your guide will provide historic commentary as you make your way through town and onto the Klondike Highway. Enjoy breathtaking views as we make our way to the summit, the highway is filled with larger-than-life waterfalls, glaciers, and wildflower-covered valleys. Photo opportunities will be available throughout the tour including a stop at the Welcome to Alaska sign. While we never guarantee seeing wildlife, there is strong potential along this route. These pristine environments provide great habitat for bears, moose, foxes, sheep, and many other creatures. Have your camera ready because you may only have a second to capture the moment. We'll stop at multiple overlooks to witness the beauty of this pristine mountain environment. Schedule: Skagway Gold Rush Cemetary 5-minute hike to Reid Falls Brackets Toll road Pitchfork Falls Bridal Veil Falls Moore Bridge Overlooks Travel to the White Pass Summit Welcome to Alaska Sign Skagway City Overlook Drop off in town or at your ship *Specific tour stops can be modified based on road conditions, timing and weather.

“Welcome to Alaska” Sign, Alaska: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Skagway: White Pass and Yukon Suspension Bridge Tour

From Skagway: White Pass and Yukon Suspension Bridge Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders as you head into the Yukon on this guided tour from Skagway. Catch views of the White Pass Railroad and glacier-covered mountains and cross the border into Canada. Start your adventure by traveling up the Klondike Highway and taking in the passing wildlife and waterfalls. Once into Canada, you'll pass through the subarctic alpine tundra of the Tormented Valley, with views of Summit Lake. Continue through B.C. and stop at Canadian customs at Fraser, and the Yukon Territory. Next, head to the Yukon Suspension Bridge, nestled in between forests. Dare to walk along this 200-foot-long bridge that traverses the Tutshi River. You'll have the chance to spot local animals in their natural habitat. The roaring rapids below provide an impressive backdrop for photos and memories. Visit the Outdoor Interpretive museum and get a better understanding of the region between Skagway and Whitehorse. Hear about the First Nations and the stories of the Gold Rush as the continent was settled.

Skagway: Yukon, White Pass, & Husky Sled Camp Combo Tour

Skagway: Yukon, White Pass, & Husky Sled Camp Combo Tour

Discover the charm of the Yukon Territory on a guided half-day trip from Skagway as you travel up the Klondike Highway. Pass through the unbridled nature of British Columbia. Later, visit a dogsledding camp and learn about the history of sledding in Canada and Alaska while you meet Husky puppies. Begin your tour as the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders once did, journeying from Skagway and through the White Pass. Drive along the Klondike Highway and admire the scenic forests, waterfalls, and wildlife. Views of the White Pass Railroad evoke a nostalgic mood in the shadow of glacier-covered mountains. Next, enter Canada's province of British Columbia. As you drive, take in the sights of the subarctic alpine tundra that marks out Tormented Valley. Catch a glimpse of Summit Lake before you go on to pause at Canada Customs in Fraser. Continue your tour as you enter the Yukon Territory. Head to the Tagish Lake Dog Sledding Camp and discover the world of dogsledding firsthand. Meet trainers and mushers, see the dogs in action, and visit with puppies. Before you return to Skagway, visit the gift shop for a souvenir.

Wild Adventure Yukon + Summit Tour

Wild Adventure Yukon + Summit Tour

Follow in the footsteps of the 1898 Gold Rush stampeders as you head into the Yukon on this guided tour from Skagway. Catch views of the White Pass Railroad and glacier-covered mountains and cross the border into Canada. Start your adventure by traveling up the Klondike Highway and taking in the passing wildlife and waterfalls. Once into Canada, you'll pass through the subarctic alpine tundra of the Tormented Valley, with views of Summit Lake. Continue through B.C. and stop at Canadian customs at Fraser, and the Yukon Territory. Enjoy a photo opportunity at the British Columbia and Yukon signs. As we continue up the Klondike Highway, guests will get to experience Wild Adventure Yukon (formerly Caribou Crossing). Your entry allows you the chance to walk around this historic & fun filled complex, play with puppies at the petting zoo, learn about the Klondike & Yukon at the museum, and also enjoy a huge family-style bbq lunch (vegetarian options available).

From Skagway: Skagway City & White Pass Summit Guided Tour

From Skagway: Skagway City & White Pass Summit Guided Tour

Our journey begins with a historic city tour of Skagway, here you will see what life was like during the days of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush and how it has evolved to present-day Skagway. Your guide will provide historic commentary as you make your way through town and onto the Klondike Highway. Enjoy breathtaking views as we make our way to the summit, the highway is filled with larger-than-life waterfalls, glaciers, and wildflower-covered valleys. Photo opportunities will be available throughout the tour including a stop at the Welcome to Alaska sign. While we never guarantee seeing wildlife, there is strong potential along this route. These pristine environments provide great habitat for bears, moose, foxes, sheep, and many other creatures. Have your camera ready because you may only have a second to capture the moment. We'll stop at multiple overlooks to witness the beauty of this pristine mountain environment. Schedule: Skagway Gold Rush Cemetary 5-minute hike to Reid Falls Brackets Toll road Pitchfork Falls Bridal Veil Falls Moore Bridge Overlooks Travel to the White Pass Summit Welcome to Alaska Sign Skagway City Overlook Drop off in town or at your ship *Specific tour stops can be modified based on road conditions, timing and weather.

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