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White Pass & Yukon Route Railway

Skagway, AK, USA
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About White Pass & Yukon Route Railway
Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, this narrow gauge railroad is an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. Experience the breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, trestles & tunnels from the comfort of vintage train cars. Rail service between Skagway, Alaska, Fraser, BC, Carcross, Yukon, and Whitehorse, Yukon.
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White Pass Train and Bicycle Tour

See Alaska’s scenic White Pass from two different perspectives on a tour that includes a ride on the Yukon Route railway and a bike ride. Cycling allows you to experience panoramic views of the landscapes without worrying about parking, while a small group limited to 12 people ensures you receive personalized attention from your guide.
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4 hours 30 minutes
from $225.00

City and Mountain Summit Shore Excursion in Skagway

Explore Skagway without the hassle of planning on a tour with convenient transport from the Skagway cruise port. Your guide, who navigates for you, stops at top landmarks and secluded locations off the beaten path, from Bridal Veil Falls to a Robin Williams film location. Throughout the tour, listen to little–known anecdotes about the area’s history and enjoy plenty of frame–worthy photo opportunities.
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2 hours 30 minutes
from $51.45

Skagway Shore Excursion: White Pass Summit Rail and Bus Tour

Discover the best that Skagway has to offer with a train ride along the White Pass Summit Railroad. Take in the beautiful Alaskan scenery on this 1 hour and 45-minute train ride and see famous landmarks such as Bridal Veil Falls, the Gold Rush Cemetery, Tormented Valley, the Skagway Scenic Overlook, and more. Snap some photos along the way as you sit back and enjoy this relaxing ride.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $253.80
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mbbeth wrote a review Aug 2020
Huntington Beach, California9 contributions1 helpful vote
Spectacular views, really enjoyed this trip, the Tour also included a cycle run back down the Mountain, whihc was amazing fun, would highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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amanda5805 wrote a review Jul 2020
Duncan, Canada3,857 contributions225 helpful votes
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There was a group of 11 of us 8 adults & 3 kids who cruised here late September. Agings from 4-60. Booking through the ship was very expensive. So before we left we did some research and found out we were going to be the only ship in port that day. Which was perfect. On the day of arrival we got off the boat first thing and got our tickets for the afternoon train ride. It was a very short walk to the office but saved us about $200CAD for all 11 of us compared to the ship prices. We lucked out the weather was perfect for late September. There are 2 people to a bench. The train ended up being very full so you could end up sitting with a stranger. The train ride was so much fun for all. You will ride in a vintage passenger coach on the original route to the White Pass Summit, passing Bridal Veil Falls, Inspiration Point and Dead Horse Gulch. Amazing views of the mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles and historic sites. You can get some amazing pictures if you step outside on to the back or front of your car or you can sit back and relax inside by the wood stove.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Cheryll M wrote a review Jul 2020
Greater Adelaide, Australia274 contributions164 helpful votes
This was what I was looking forward to on my cruise through Alaska! I was not disappointed in this trip. Just loved the whole journey and the scenery. The history was fascinating too! Unfortunately a few people spoilt it by hogging the back section of the train. We managed to get a few photographs. This is a must do excursion.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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BigTool wrote a review May 2020
Chicago vicinity437 contributions166 helpful votes
Fantastic views, if you can see them. In our case, the money-shot views were mostly on the other side of the train. Apparently, this isn't a problem if you take the train form the round-trip ride. We got off in Fraser for a bus tour. And, while passengers were encouraged to ride outside on the platform for a few minutes (and admonished to be considerate to others), our train had a couple inconsiderate [offensive terms omitted] completely oblivious to everyone else.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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BlingBlinkyDOTcom wrote a review Apr 2020
Rowlett, Texas, United States13 contributions15 helpful votes
GEt seated and be sure you have a battery pack to run your phone camera for video and pictures. The train cars are historic and rock along the narrow gauge railroad through the most beautiful landscape you could hope to see on a single trip. Tormented Valley into the Tongass National Forest -- The mountain passes - trestles and so much more. Pay close attention looking out the windows. Don't get distracted by condersation - don't waste this time. Set your eyes on the wondrous sights to be seen! Take all the pictures you take. Upon editing and looking back you will not regret that you did! Bling Blinky of TEXAS Shout Out: Wish I could ride the White Pass and Yukon Route once again. Such a long way from Dallas!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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