GOLD PANNING, GOLD RUSH SLED DOGS & 40 BELOW

Gold Panning, Gold Rush Sled Dogs & 40 Below

Starting At:

$99.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$84.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port: Skagway

Duration: 3 Hours

Activity Level: Easy

Easy

May include relaxing or walking short distances over relatively level terrain. Comfortable shoes may be recommended.

No Minimum Age

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EXCURSION DETAILS

Alaska 360’s Dredge Town where you will be immersed in the history of the Klondike Gold Rush. Pan for gold, meet our sled dogs & puppies, and experience the Iditarod race in a 40° below zero rooom.

Starting At:

$99.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$84.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Skagway

Duration:3 Hours

Activity Level: Easy

Easy

May include relaxing or walking short distances over relatively level terrain. Comfortable shoes may be recommended.

No Minimum Age

Come to the Klondike Gold Fields, where you will be immersed in the history of Klondike Gold Rush. Your adventure begins as you board the motor coach for a ride through the historic streets of downtown Skagway to Alaska 360’s Dredge Town. Once there you will meet your guide and watch a video presentation introducing you to the dogs and highlights of what winter dog sledding is like today. Meet the dog team and watch them demonstrate discipline and enthusiasm in a sled run. Interact with the dogs and hold the puppies. After layering up, step into the cold chamber and experience the cold of an Iditarod race in a 40° degree below zero room.

Next, get ready to warm up with a little gold fever. Learn the art of panning for gold with a humorous and educational show that promises to teach you everything you need to know. Practice your technique in warm water troughs. Gold is guaranteed! Once you've hit pay dirt, weigh your fortune with the assayers and visit our Gold Parlor for a selection of mining equipment and nuggets.

Use your free time to shop for Alaskan gifts and souvenirs, Snack Shack for home-baked cookies, drinks and treats. Watch a brief film about the northern lights, dredge, or Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush. Dredge Town is filled with photo opportunities and places of interest. Use our costumes to take old time pictures of yourself. Stroll the grounds enjoying the interactive displays and surrounding scenery which includes great views of the Harding Glacier and the Skagway River.

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Excursion Reviews

Excursion Reviews

Come to the Klondike Gold Fields, where you will be immersed in the history of Klondike Gold Rush. Your adventure begins as you board the motor coach for a ride through the historic streets of downtown Skagway to Alaska 360’s Dredge Town. Once there you will meet your guide and watch a video presentation introducing you to the dogs and highlights of what winter dog sledding is like today. Meet the dog team and watch them demonstrate discipline and enthusiasm in a sled run. Interact with the dogs and hold the puppies. After layering up, step into the cold chamber and experience the cold of an Iditarod race in a 40° degree below zero room.

Next, get ready to warm up with a little gold fever. Learn the art of panning for gold with a humorous and educational show that promises to teach you everything you need to know. Practice your technique in warm water troughs. Gold is guaranteed! Once you've hit pay dirt, weigh your fortune with the assayers and visit our Gold Parlor for a selection of mining equipment and nuggets.

Use your free time to shop for Alaskan gifts and souvenirs, Snack Shack for home-baked cookies, drinks and treats. Watch a brief film about the northern lights, dredge, or Charlie Chaplin in The Gold Rush. Dredge Town is filled with photo opportunities and places of interest. Use our costumes to take old time pictures of yourself. Stroll the grounds enjoying the interactive displays and surrounding scenery which includes great views of the Harding Glacier and the Skagway River.

NOTES