Aventure en traîneau tiré par des chiens et recherche d'or dans le Yukon

Skagway, États-Unis

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4 heures 30 minutes (environ)
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Vue d'ensemble

Explorez White Pass et faites un tour de traîneau à chiens lors d'un circuit depuis Skagway. Montez à 1 003 mètres (3 292 pieds) d’altitude à White Pass et admirez des vues qui s’étendent jusqu’au Yukon. Admirez les cascades, les glaciers, les vallées alpines, les lacs immenses et les montagnes enneigées. Puis montez dans un traîneau à chiens, rencontrez les chiots et découvrez la vie d'un musher dans une région reculée du Canada. Vous rechercherez également de l'or, entendrez des histoires de votre guide sur la ruée vers l'or en Alaska et pourrez observer la faune. Comprend les activités, le transport, le guide, le ramassage et le débarquement au quai du navire à Skagway.
  • Tour White Pass de Skagway, en Alaska
  • Voir la faune indigène dans son environnement naturel
  • Profiter d'une activité de traîneau à chiens et chercher de l'or
  • Admirez les paysages alpins, les glaciers et les cascades
Rendez-vous par l'un des trois quais de la ville au moins 15 minutes avant le départ, puis montez à bord du minibus de 15 à 25 passagers pour votre circuit.
Votre guide partage des commentaires informatifs pendant que vous vous dirigez vers White Pass, en vous arrêtant autant que possible pour observer la faune le long du chemin. Si vous êtes chanceux, vous pourrez voir des ours, des moutons, des chèvres, des marmottes ou d'autres animaux originaires de l'Alaska. Vous vous arrêterez également pour admirer les cascades assourdissantes, les monuments historiques, les glaciers, les vallées alpines, ainsi que les pancartes «Bienvenue en Alaska» et Yukon, et visiterez Liarsville, une ville de la ruée vers l’or, où vous pourrez chercher de l’or dans leurs champs aurifères.
Votre expérience de traîneau à chiens comprend une balade dans un traîneau à 4 roues tiré par les chiens. Afin de ne pas surcharger les chiens, en montant et en descendant, les chiens qui travaillent dur reçoivent l'aide du musher. Apprenez-en davantage sur l'art du traîneau à chiens chez un expert du Yukon et rencontrez les chiots dans l'aire de jeux. Apportez votre passeport pour cette expérience juste de l'autre côté de la frontière dans une région éloignée du Canada.
Votre visite se termine par votre choix de débarquement à votre bateau ou en ville.

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Avis des voyageurs Viator

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Mary D
, sept. 2018

This was a highlight of our vacation. We were on a cruise and booked this thru Viator because of great past experiences. Loved the 1 hour drive thru scenic area the train ran nearby so you get similar sightseeingbut as a bonus we got to meet Michelle and the dogs and play with puppies! Had plenty of time to play with the puppies then heard from Michelle about the team and race! Went on the ATV pulled by the dogs and it was a blast! Crazy Libby is our favorite husky! Bought a souvenir race bootie in the gift shop which was great. They have snacks , coffee, hot chocolate for purchase. The driver made several scenic stops on the way home, picked wild blueberries and drank glacier water! What a wonderful experience! It is a half day adventure but I would do it again even if the weather wasnt as perfect as it was when we were there! So well worth the trip! We thought we were settling to see the summer camp versus snow/glacier dog expeditions but this surpassed our expectations! We will be cheering Michelle on in the next Iditarod! She has new fans!!!! Love using Viator and have recommended them to other cruisers!

Cristiane O
, juil. 2018

Adoramos esse tour, a paisagem é maravilhosa, o sled dog muito divertido. A equipe foi muito responsável é nosso staff super atencioso e simpático.

Bruce B
, déc. 2017

This tour is a must! We had great weather for our bus trip to the Yukon. The scenery was beautiful with numerous stops for photo opportunities. The Sled experience was interesting and exhilarating. Amazing to hold and interact with the puppies and adult dogs and learn all about what it takes to train these dogs for competition. Very rewarding day.

Christopher D
, déc. 2017

The ride out to the dog sled camp was nice, tour guide was very nice and informative. We went in August 2017. Its a long ride and some very beautiful areas. However, I do not recommend this expedition. We skipped the helicopter because of the weather and chose this expedition. When we arrived at the dog sled camp, there was no direction and it appeared the staff were uninterested in people coming. We were shuffled to onto a UTV and dogs pulled the UTV for training purposes. Then we sat around while staff ignored us and then we left. You could tell the staff were extremely passionate about what they do, but if I had to guess, if they had it their way they would prefer not to have visitors. I think they are doing this in order to make some money, but are annoyed at the tourist attraction. Im sure they are great at what they do but maybe they should stick to that. When we left we stopped at a gold panning camp. We were allowed 10 mins to get to gold panning area, pan for gold and have a cookie, due to time constraint. All and all I dont know where the problem is but it appears this entire expedition was slapped together without much interest. Save yourself some money and pay slightly more for something else. I gave it 1 star because I would not recommend. I am confused by all the positive reviews. But like I said maybe this was an isolated event.

Cindy L
, nov. 2017

We really enjoyed the tour and especially the dogs! Please note that if you do the tour in the summer which is high season in Alaska, you will not be riding on an actual sled due to the lack of snow. Instead, the dog are pulling a small SUV vehicle but you definitely get the feel. Bring your passports-you will need them as you have to cross the boarder into Canada to go to the dogsledding camp.

, oct. 2017

My family really enjoyed this trip as my grandkids loved being able to pet and hold the puppies the ride was excellent and great to watch how the dogs reacted to pulling the sled the trainers were very informative I and my family would do this part of the tour again
The panning for gold was not worth the time and could be left out ash the tour guide spent too much time with just one girl and not enough time with the others

Teri S
, oct. 2017

Our guide was good and it was a very realistic representation of the sledding experience. We were particularly fortunate to see the sled dog pups at 2 weeks of age.
The only glitch was that the van we had to get on was not right by the ship and we were not notified that we would have to walk quite a ways to get to it. There wasn't anyone on the pier with a sign as we were told there would be so we had to go on our own to each of the busses and vans and ask until we found the van on our own.

, oct. 2017

great trip all round..was not too keen on the panning for gold as very lame...everything else was wonderful....driver was great...dogs and sled trip was great.....stop offs on both to and from the dog sledding was amazing scenery..had an unforgettable experience...highly recommend....

, sept. 2017

The guide/driver was amazing and the it was a one a lifetime experience. Glad we did it. Wished there could have been snow covered ground but the cruises don't go to alaska when it is snowing so maybe will need to fly into alaska to try this again someday.

Donna B
, sept. 2017

It was fun playing with the puppies and we did learn about the life of the sled dog. The ride was fun even though it was on an atv, the dogs did do the pulling! My only complaint is that the women who worked with the dogs were filthy and not just from that day. They looked like they hadn't had a shower in weeks.

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