If you want to really experience Skagway, this is a tour you can't pass up!
On this excursion you will:
First ascend into the beautiful mountains on the White Pass and Yukon Route railroad in an antique parlor car. You will be in awe of the incredible scenery, amazed by the stories and history your tour guide will tell you. Then arrive in Fraser British Columbia and embark on a deluxe motor coach ride with your guide pointing out famous sites such as the Tormented Valley and Pitchfork Falls. At the base of the pass you will see Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake nestled next to a spectacular waterfall.
Experience a cast of dance hall girls who will entertain you with a reenactment of the shooting of Soapy Smith, recite a poem by the "Bard of the North", Robert Service, and teach you the art of finding that precious metal that drove men and women wild with Gold Fever!
You will have free time to explore the Liarsville gold fields before enjoying a lunch of freshly grilled Alaskan Salmon, salad, coleslaw, baked beans, chicken, cornbread, a variety of beverages and blueberry pie. Finally the excursion ends at the world-famous Red Onion Saloon. At the Red Onion you will raise a glass of champagne with the Madams, in a toast to the women of 1898. You will be entertained with incredible tales of the girls who used to "work" in these historic rooms! See the priceless nickel silver dress worn by Mattie Silks, the Onion's first madam, and many other original artifacts.
Embrace the true spirit of 1898 and sign-on for the experience of a lifetime.
This excursion enters Canada. Passports are required for all participants. (Birth Certificates and Photo ID are not sufficient for this tour)
This tour may run in reverse.