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White Pass and Yukon Railroad

Taking a ride on the narrow-gauge White Pass and Yukon Railroad is a fun way to see spectacular historic scenery from a train inching up steep tracks that were carved out of the side of the mountains. A number of routes take you through White ... 

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Ed K

September 2016

 This was the last overlook where we actually saw anything but clouds, I'd love to see it on a clear day if there is such a thing in Skagway! , Ed K - September 2016

Scenic view

This was the last overlook where we actually saw anything but clouds, I'd love to see it on a clear day if there is such a thing in Skagway!

Ed K

September 2016

 One advantage of not taking the train is that you can take a picture of it! , Ed K - September 2016

Train and waterfall

One advantage of not taking the train is that you can take a picture of it!

Ed K

September 2016

 One of many waterfalls on the tour, right outside the cemetery. , Ed K - September 2016

Lower Reid Falls

One of many waterfalls on the tour, right outside the cemetery.

Ed K

September 2016

 This was a beautiful but unearthly scene at the end of the tour. , Ed K - September 2016

Frazier Valley, Yukon, Canada

This was a beautiful but unearthly scene at the end of the tour.

Alyssa E

August 2016

 We learned that as the higher we got up in the mountain, the smaller the trees were. He loved how tiny they were! , Alyssa E - August 2016

Tiny Trees

We learned that as the higher we got up in the mountain, the smaller the trees were. He loved how tiny they were!

Alyssa E

August 2016

 We got to stop at this waterfall that was fed from a glacier, feel the water and take some great pictures! , Alyssa E - August 2016

One of the many waterfalls we saw

We got to stop at this waterfall that was fed from a glacier, feel the water and take some great pictures!

Alyssa E

August 2016

 We stopped to take a picture with the welcome to Alaska sign , Alyssa E - August 2016

One of the many stops we had

We stopped to take a picture with the welcome to Alaska sign

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