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Skagway Summit, Tormented Valley, and Suspension Bridge Tour

14 reviews

Excursion Overview

Dramatic beauty surrounds you on this scenic drive out of Skagway

Skagway is known for its proximity to the Canadian border. Embark on a scenic drive up to the White Pass Summit and take in all the splendor that our neighbors to the north have to offer! Your adventure begins in downtown Skagway, where you'll find your tour guide and board the 24-passenger mini-bus.

Relax on a scenic ride up to the White Pass Summit, passing by majestic mountains, rainforests, and waterfalls. Upon reaching the summit, you'll enter what is known as the Tormented Valley. The valley is characterized by striking rock formations, brilliant green lakes, and colorful lichen lining the bedrock. Don't forget your camera!

After crossing the Canadian border, you'll visit the famous Yukon Suspension Bridge. The bridge is suspended 65 feet in the air, swaying over the rushing white-water rapids of the Tutshi River. There's truly no better way to witness the awe-inspiring power of Alaska's natural landscape. Before boarding the bus again, you'll have time to enjoy the bridge's outdoor walking museum, visit the gift shop, and try some yummy Canadian snacks. Then it's time to sit back and relax for the breathtaking drive back down to Skagway.

PASSPORTS REQUIRED - this tour enters into Canada

Things You Need to Know


  • Admission to the Yukon Suspension Bridge
  • Expert, live commentary
  • Multiple scenic stops along the Yukon highway for photos


  • A passport is required for this tour. U.S. Passport Cards, Enhanced Driver’s License are also accepted forms of identification for this tour. U.S. or Canadian citizen children under age 16 arriving by land or sea from a contiguous territory may present an original or copy of his or her birth certificate, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, a Naturalization Certificate, or a Canadian Citizenship Card
  • Minimum of 4 to operate - groups may be combined. If the minimum is not met - you will be contacted and refunded accordingly.

Duration: 3.5 hours (Roundtrip from a central meeting location near the cruise ship docks.)

  • 15 minutes - Driving tour of Skagway
  • 60 minutes - Visit and explore the Yukon Suspension Bridge
  • 60 minutes - Drive up White Pass to the Suspension Bridge with stops along the way.
  • 75 minutes - Return with stops along the way and return to town and ships.

Meeting Instructions:

  • This tour meets a short distance, central to the cruise ship docks. Fully detailed instructions are included on your finalized ticket vouchers.

ADA Accessibility of Tour:

  • This tour is limited mobility accessible. Guests must be able to climb 3 steps into and out of the bus independently and with relative ease. There is limited space for collapsible wheelchairs and walkers. There is no storage available for motorized scooters. Please leave a comment during checkout if accommodations for collapsible equipment will be required on tour.

Refund Policy:

  • You may cancel for any reason up to seven (7) days prior to the date of the tour for a full refund.
  • Please see our Refund Policy Page for complete details.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wildlife is abundant in Southeast Alaska and sightings are possible on any tour. We sometimes see bears (more frequently in May/June), but this is not a designated wildlife tour, and wildlife is not guaranteed.

No. The cafe at the Yukon Suspension Bridge will have snacks, drinks and sandwiches available for purchase.

No, this area of the highway is a very small part of British Columbia. It takes an extra 40 miles round trip to reach the Yukon from the Suspension Bridge.

Non-alcoholic beverages in closable containers and snacks are allowed on tour.

Backpacks, small bags, and purses are allowed on this tour.

There is open seating on the tour bus, however, if you require a certain seat due to physical impairment then please contact us with your requirements.

We recommend that you dress in layers. It can be cold enough that you want a wool cap, gloves, and a jacket, or it could be so warm you will be in a T-shirt with sunscreen and sunglasses. The weather can change quickly.

The maximum number of guests is 24.

Yes, a passport is required. While you do not travel into Canada, you will cross through the USA border control and will need to treat the crossing as if you have left the country.


Guest Reviews


14 total


Matt T

On Jul 2024

We had a great time on this excursion. Very insightful and informative! We missed getting tickets for the train and booked this excursion instead. So glad we did! Lots of opportunities to take pictures along the way. Loved the stop on the extension bridge!

Victor C

On Jul 2024

We had an awesome time! Marissa, our tour guide, was very welcoming, knowledgeable, and accommodating for our group of 18! She really enjoys what she does and it shows!

Cheryl R

On Jun 2024

Loved this tour and tour guide. She was great!

Pratima S

On Jun 2024

I debated between this and the White Train excursion, and in the end chose this one because I wanted to be able to get out and look around. The tour actually followed the path of the train for a portion of it. The bus wasn't quite full. It was comfortable and the guide told us about so many things along the way, from geological features to history. I was happy to be able to get out and take pictures, and get a closer look at things like waterfalls and huge chunks of ice in the lake. It was a more intimate, personal experience than the train for sure. We were at the Yukon Suspension Bridge for about an hour. We had plenty of time to eat, take pictures, and walk around before heading back. I really enjoyed the tour and our guide, and felt this was a great alternative to the train.

Dawn B

On Jun 2024

Absolutely amazing and our tour guide was fabulous!!!


Best Price Guarantee!


Duration: 3.5 hours

Best Price Guarantee!

Duration: 3.5 hours

Adult (13+): $99.00

Child (3-12): $79.00

Infant (Under 2): $0.00

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