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- Skagway city tour and scenic overlook
- Follow the Klondike Highway by vehicle on a tour of the scenic White Pass Summit area
- Famous landmarks include the Gold Rush Cemetery and the "Welcome to Alaska" sign
- Historical stops include Brackett Wagon Road, Pitchfork Falls, Moore Creek Bridge and views of the WP&YR railroad
- Covered by Viator's worry-free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
Recent Photos of This Tour
Skagway Port from 'The ...Photo by: Mark W
Gold Rush CemeteryPhoto by: Mark W
View alongside the Klondike ...Photo by: Allison H
Skagway Shore Excursion: ...Photo by: Louise H S
Gold Rush CemeteryPhoto by: rjhoult
Nature at its bestPhoto by: Mercedes B
Bridal Veil FallsPhoto by: Sallyanne R
WaterfallPhoto by: Julie H
What You Can Expect
Included is the Skagway City Overlook, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the town, harbor and cruise ships. At the Klondike Gold Rush Cemetery, hear the tale of Frank Reid and "Soapy" Smith and the gunfight that changed the future of Skagway.
Leaving Skagway for the White Pass Summit area, you'll journey along the Klondike Highway which parallels the White Pass Railroad, a popular tourist attraction today. In between visiting historic points of interest, distant glacier views, thundering waterfalls and majestic mountain vistas, you can relive the Klondike Gold Rush with stories from your guide.
Continue traveling parallel to the White Pass Trail and White Pass Railroad, climbing 3,292-feet (1,003-meter) to the summit before descending into the upper portion of the daunting Tormented Valley. The Tormented Valley contains large areas with an almost lunar appearance, making this one of the most unique eco-systems in North America. Explore a forest-tundra ecotone with a stunted forest of 300-year old trees and alpine tundra.
The final leg will be through the Tormented Valley, with a stop at Summit Lake. As you survey the landscape of the White Pass Summit Area, admire unforgiving wilderness that inspired such classic authors as Jack London and Robert Service. Returning to Skagway, stop at the "Welcome to Alaska" sign, the most popular photo stop on this bus tour.Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return back to the ship in Skagway for this activity. If your ship is delayed and you are unable attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.