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Skagway, Alaska

With its colorful history Skagway is one of the most interesting and bustling towns of the Inside Passage. Skagway was born during the Gold Rush of 1898 when more than 10,000 adventurers used the community as the starting point of their hunt for gold. Now, nature has reclaimed the land, offering visitors the opportunity to explore the rainforest, visit historic ruins, breathe in the fresh mountain air.

Attractions and Activities:

  • Ride the world-famous White Pass and Yukon Railroad and then visit a historic gold-rush camp and visit cabins and tents that e once used as a bakery and a saloon.
  • Experience one of Alaska's most breathtaking valleys while horseback-riding through historic Skagway.
  • Take a helicopter to the Valley of the Glaciers and hike across this huge sheet of ice while a guide points out crevasses and other

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Featured Excursions

This is a hosted Adventure and these the are optional group excursions we are featuring. Enjoy these activities with your travel companions.



$174.00 per person 

This tour includes:

  • 28-mile journey to Fraser, British Columbia, aboard the Scenic Railway of the World

  • Return bus ride to Skagway

  • Narration by professional guide

  • Lots of photo opportunities

ALL ABOARD! Skagway’s most scenic ALASKAN experience begins with a 28-mile journey between Skagway, Alaska, and Fraser, British Columbia, aboard the Scenic Railway of the World. The White Pass Railway, which was completed in 1900, has a narrow gauge track that takes visitors into the White Pass. Experience the breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, and trestles while listening to historic narration from the comfort of vintage passenger coaches. Climbing up the mountainside, you'll see the extreme changes in vegetation as you pass through several temperate zones before reaching Fraser.

Once a water-stop for the thirsty steam engines and rotary snowplows, Fraser, BC, is now the site of Canadian Customs and Immigration. Upon arrival at the train depot in Fraser, you'll be transferred to a comfortable tour vehicle for your return trip to Skagway while being entertained by professional guides with their amusing stories of local lore and captivating tales of the Gold Rush Era. As you drive down the mountainside, you'll have ample opportunities to take fabulous photos at scenic vistas such as Skagway Scenic Overlook, Pitchfork Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and more.

Since this excursion enters Canada, all passengers must bring their passport or passport card.

Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, the Scenic Railway of the World was designated as an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
(along with the Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty). The 3-foot wide Narrow Gauge Railroad climbs almost 3,000 feet in the first 20 miles with an average grade of 2.6%, and up to 3.9% in some locations. It also passes through two tunnels and travels over sky high trestles and bridges.

Comfortable restored and replica passenger coaches are pulled by vintage diesel locomotives. Each heated passenger coach has large viewing windows and a restroom.