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Skagway White Pass Summit and Beyond Tour

4.9
70 reviews

Excursion Overview

100 miles roundtrip through the beautiful wilderness to the Yukon border!

You'll travel up the Klondike Highway, viewing impressive scenery as you go, from the breathtaking coastal mountain ranges to stunning waterfalls. Local landmarks include the White Pass & Yukon Railroad route, Pitchfork Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Moore Creek Bridge, and the 3292-foot White Pass Summit with the Welcome to Alaska sign.

At the Summit, we enter into British Columbia, Canada, and the "Tormented" Valley, a wilderness of subarctic alpine tundra and beautiful lakes. Beyond the Tormented Valley is the wilderness of the northern Boreal forest with large Tutshi and Tagish lakes with panoramic views at many stops. As we travel through the habitat of the Boreal forest, we watch for potential native wildlife roaming the spectacular scenery, including bears. The turnaround point is the Yukon border and the Welcome to the Yukon sign for a great photo.

As a bonus, we include a stop at the Yukon Suspension Bridge! View the Tutshi River canyon from above while crossing the bridge and learn more about the area with the educational displays. A snack bar is available to purchase food and then we visit the Yukon gift shop for mementos. This stop makes the tour unique among tour options that do have a similar itinerary.

Things You Need to Know

Inclusions:

  • Roundtrip narrated scenic tour
  • Admission to Yukon Suspension Bridge site and crossing of the bridge

Requirements:

  • Passport or Passport ID card (and Visas - USA and Canada if necessary - single entry Visa is OK) are required for all passengers 16 and over. No photocopies of any identification are allowed.
  • Children 15 and under are required to have a Passport OR an original raised seal birth certificate (USA citizens only). No photocopies of any identification are allowed.
  • Please note: Children traveling with only one parent or without both parents must have a permission letter from the absent parent/parents, giving permission to the person bringing the child on tour to allow them to go to Canada with that person. Documentation should be signed with parent name, address, cell phone contact number, and give the child's legal name and person's legal name they are traveling with. If the single parent or guardian has sole custody, they should travel with a letter to that effect.

Duration: 4 hours (Roundtrip from cruise ship terminal.)

  • 3.25 hours - narrated bus tour with multiple scenic stops
  • 45 minutes - at the Yukon Suspension Bridge site

Meeting Instructions:

  • This tour meets near the cruise ship pier. 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 4 steps into and out of the bus. There is limited space for collapsible wheelchairs and walkers. We cannot accommodate larger wheelchairs or scooters of any kind. Please leave a comment during checkout if accommodations for collapsible equipment will be required on tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, each guest needs a valid passport. Children under 16 who are U.S. citizens may travel with their original, raised seal birth certificate instead. All other guests including children are required to have a passport.

The maximum capacity for this tour is 28 passengers (usually not filled with more than 25 or 26 passengers). If your party is larger than 28, arrangements can be made to accommodate your group. Please contact us with your group requirements.

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.

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.

There are no age restrictions for this tour.

Yes, there are clean flush restrooms on-site at the Yukon Suspension Bridge.

Backpacks, small bags, and purses are allowed on this tour. There is less room for strollers and large bags so please let us know in advance if accommodations are needed for those items.

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

No, however snacks and beverages can be purchased at the Yukon Suspension Bridge stop.

 

Guest Reviews

4.9

70 total

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Theresa S

On Sep 2023

Beverly was wonderful!!! She was very knowledgeable about the area and was very willing to take pictures. Great time.

Dionne C

On Sep 2023

Our driver Mike, was great. He was very informative and knowledgeable of all areas visited. Always willing and offered to take photo so our whole party could be in them together. Overall a great excursion.

Kali K

On Sep 2023

We had Connor as our guide and he was fabulous! This excursion was our favorite that we did. He was very knowledgeable and focused on making us have the best time possible. If you are in Skagway this excursion is a must! Skip the railroad and choose this instead!

Darlene M

On Sep 2023

I really enjoyed my tour. Our driver was informative, funny and helped everyone get photos of themselves at all of the stops. Would highly recommend this tour. The countryside was prettier than what we'd been seeing on our cruise ship.

Margaret G

On Aug 2023

Highly informative and enjoyable

$115.50

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$115.50

Duration: 4 hours

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Duration: 4 hours



Adult: $115.50

Child (2-12): $94.50

Infant (Under 2): $0.00

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