This mostly panoramic tour allows you a great overview of Skagway and its surrounding environs.
Boarding your coach at the pier, you head off down Broadway, viewing some of the city's highlights and being entertained with stories of the rough and tumble days of past that have made Skagway what it is today.
Leaving the town behind, you will follow the Trail of '98 up the White Pass as you parallel the famed White Pass & Yukon Route railroad to the breathtaking summit which rises 3,290 feet above sea level. The stories of the long-ago stampeders as told by your driver-guide will thrill you as your route retraces their foot-steps. Along the way, a stop is made at a scenic outlook where you can photograph waterfalls and the original Dead Horse Gulch. You will no doubt be awed by the beauty of the infamous Tormented Valley and the engineering feat of the White Pass & Yukon Route railway.
Returning to Skagway, a final photo stop is made that allows you to take in picturesque views of the town and your ship. Once back in town you have the option of returning directly to the ship or of staying behind to explore downtown Skagway on your own. Those electing to stay in town will be responsible for making their own way back to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a limited amount of walking/standing, mainly at the guest's discretion. The tour is available to guests who utilize a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Layers of weather appropriate clothing that is suited for the outdoors and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. The order of the sites viewed or visited may vary.
**This tour enters Canada from the United States; therefore, participants must clear U.S. and Canadian Immigrations. All guests must bring their passports. Canada requires visas for residents of some countries and non-U.S or Canadian citizens should check requirements with their individual consulates and would be responsible for obtaining any necessary documentation on their own.