Skagway, Alaska

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Skagway, Alaska is the northernmost point in Alaska’s Inside Passage. It is a small, charming town that is proud of its history as the boomtown gateway to the Trail of ’98 and the Klondike gold fields. 

The downtown area is full of historic buildings, wooden boardwalks, souvenir shops, museums, and tasty restaurants.  Outside of town and away from the crowds, you will discover the breathtaking views and landscapes of southeast Alaska.  

At, we proudly offer the best tours for both the adventure seeker and the leisure traveler. 



Hiking/climbing Boating

Kayaking Jeep tours

Helicopter tours Gold mining

Scenic photography Shopping

Historic Glacier ATV adventure   

Ziplining Mountain Railway

Boat tours



White Pass and Yukon Railway

Gold Rush National Historic Park

Lawton Glacier

Chilkoot Hiking Trail

Smugglers Cove


The White Pass and Yukon Railway is one of Alaska’s most popular visitor attractions and should not be missed. The narrow-gauge railroad winds its way through a glacial valley, taking you past glacial rivers, majestic waterfalls, and steep gorges for a real taste of wild Alaska. You’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time to the Gold Rush era on this authentic train, as you climb 3,000 feet to scenic vistas on your way to get a look at the source of the famous Yukon River.

Skagway has a wide variety of wildlife to be seen. Bald eagles and black and brown bears are occasionally seen in town. Outside town, you can find wolves, coyotes, mountain goats, marmots, weasels and porcupines. In the bay you may spot humpback and orca whales, river otters, and of course, salmon.