Skagway, Alaska

Walk in the footsteps of pioneers and profiteers on Carnival cruises to Skagway. Gold seekers stampeded to the Klondike more than 100 years ago and built Skagway, Alaska as their lawless outpost of brothels, saloons, and gambling dens. Today, the town is more of a time capsule from the past, with carefully preserved buildings and streets brimming with history. Live the final chapter of America’s Wild West era on a Skagway cruise.

  • Explore the restored period buildings in Klondike Gold Rush National Historic District.
  • Board quaint, antique passenger cars for a breathtaking mountain train ride.
  • Follow the trail of the sourdoughs — prospectors who risked their lives climbing Chilkoot Pass.
  • Fly to awesome mountains by helicopter and experience the ice fields via dogsled.

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