There is no railroad quite like the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway. You will learn, against all odds, this iron trail was born because of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush and built through some of the most rugged and spectacular terrain. Over 100 years later, this narrow gauge railway is still in operation.
You'll ride aboard an old-fashioned rail car retracing the original route to the summit of White Pass. As you leave Skagway behind, the Alaskan wilderness unfolds outside your window as you climb this steep grade past the Bridal Veil Falls, Inspiration Point, and Dead Horse Gulch. After reaching the White Pass Summit, the international boundary between the U.S. and Canada, you'll return along the same route back to Skagway and your ship.