Spend time in port in Skagway enjoying a full-day shore excursion into the Yukon, Canada's westernmost territory. Explore some of North America's most stunning wilderness, stop for lunch at Caribou Crossing, a wildlife museum, and visit a dog-sled camp, where you can meet the adorable huskies preparing for the Yukon Quest dog sled race. Be prepared to stand in awe of natural beauty of southeast Alaska, British Columbia and the Yukon Territory on this Skagway sightseeing tour.Upgrade to Dog Sledding Option Make your time in port complete with the addition of summer dog sledding. You'll be guided by an authentic musher on a thrilling 15-20 minute wheeled training cart along a forested trail, which was once traveled by the Gold Rush stampedes. All passengers must have a valid passport.
• 6.5 hours
When your cruise ship docks in Skagway, enjoy a shore excursion to see the best sights of the city, and take in the views from the majestic White Pass Summit area. Following the Klondike Highway, you'll have the opportunity to photograph the Gold Rush Cemetery, Skagway Scenic Overlook and the "Welcome to Alaska" sign.All passengers must have a valid passport.
• 2.5 hours
Perfect for a short time in port, this Skagway shore excursion will show you a glimpse of Canada's legendary Yukon. On this half-day tour, you'll cross the border into Canada and drive along the Klondike Highway in British Columbia. As you travel, you'll see local landmarks and maybe even spot native wildlife roaming the spectacular scenery, including moose, bears, birds, mountain goats and more!All passengers must have a valid passport.
• 3.5 hours
The Chilkoot Hike and Float Tour is a great family-oriented hiking adventure along the world famous Chilkoot Trail. This wilderness hike takes place in the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and is Skagway's most affordable hiking and rafting adventure tour.When your cruise ship docks, depart Skagway for a 10-mile (16 km) van tour along the coastline to the Chilkoot Trail trailhead and then enjoy 1.5 to 2 hours of hiking and 45 minutes on the raft. Have your camera ready for occasional wildlife sightings both on land and in the water.
• 4 hours
Join a 3-hour highlights tour of Skagway with a knowledgeable guide. Hear stories from the Gold Rush and see amazing waterfalls, azure glaciers and mountain views that seem to never end. Visit the Gold Rush Cemetery and a sub-arctic Alpine valley called Tormented Valley, where everything is dwarfed and distorted. Travel in comfort aboard a 24-passenger mini-bus with bucket seats and large windows, perfect for sightseeing along the way. Bring your passport.
• 3 hours
While in port in Skagway, hop aboard a replica vintage Gold Rush-era train for a scenic journey through the great Alaskan and Canadian wilderness. Traveling along the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway – an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark – enjoy beautiful views of mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, rivers and plains on your way to Carcross in Yukon. Stop for a visit at the exclusive Bennett Station House museum, capture photos of Emerald Lake, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your guide on the way back to Skagway.
• 8 hours
While in port in Skagway, discover what Alaska’s exciting Gold Rush era was all about on this unique two-hour tour. In the historic village of Liarsville, you will dine on authentic Alaskan fare (including wild Alaskan salmon), visit authentic gold-mining exhibits and learn how to pan for gold – keep everything you find! Full of charm, Liarsville Camp gives you the chance to go back in time to an interesting period of Alaskan history.
• 2 hours
Board the historic White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad to Fraser Station, British Columbia Canada. Then switch to a bike for the fifteen mile guided coast from summit to sea back to Skagway.
• 4.5 hours
Combine sightseeing and river rafting on this relaxing Skagway shore excursion. Enjoy a beautiful 10-mile (16-km) drive along the coast to the Dyea Valley, an old Gold Rush settlement rich with history. On the drive, you may spot seals, eagles and other wildlife. See the start of the famous Chilkoot Trail, where thousands journeyed in pursuit of gold in 1898.
• 2.5 hours
Hop aboard a vintage Gold Rush-era train for a scenic journey from Skagway through the great Alaskan and Canadian wilderness. Traveling along the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway – designated as an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark – enjoy gorgeous views of mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, rivers and plains on your way to Carcross in Yukon. Stop for a visit at the exclusive Bennett Station House museum, snap photos of Emerald Lake, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your guide on the way back to Skagway.
• 8 hours