White Pass Railroad (Skagway)[an error occurred while processing this directive]
No other railroad is quite like the White Pass & Yukon Route. Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush and against all odds, the iron trail was carved through some of the North’s most rugged terrain. This engineering wonder climbs nearly 3,000 feet in 26 miles of steep grades and cliff-hanging turns. It is a narrow gauge railroad, an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and offers a number of scenic historic train rides designed to fit your interest and schedule.
Summit Excursion (WPR-1 with airfare from Juneau - $450, WPR-2 without airfare - $122)
View panoramas of the Sawtooth Mountains and the Lynn Canal, travel past rushing torrents, cascading waterfalls and up craggy mountainsides – and do it all from the comfort of vintage parlor cars. This is a trip through history that you'll never forget!
Duration: About 3 hours
Fraser Meadows by Steam (WPR-3 with airfare from Juneau - $488, WPR-4 without airfare - $160)
This 54 mile round trip climbs from tidewater at Skagway to 6 miles past the White Pass Summit to beautiful Fraser Meadows. The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls, all while being pulled by one of our historic steam locomotives.
Note: Passport Required!
Duration: About 4 hours
Bennett Scenic Journey (WPR-5 with air from Juneau - $557, WPR-6 without air - $229)
Follow the 1898 Klondike stampeders over the 67.5 miles between Skagway, Alaska and Carcross, Yukon Territory! Couple that with a motorcoach tour along the scenic Klondike Highway to/from Skagway for the perfect combination of your Yukon & Alaskan holiday adventures. Along the rail route, enjoy a stop for lunch at our restored 1903 Bennett Station House for a piping hot & hearty meal! Bennett, BC, is accessible only via the White Pass train or by hiking the world famous Chilkoot Trail, making your day trip from Skagway a very exclusive and completely unique experience.
Note: Passport Required! This trip is one-way in each direction by rail and by motorcoach.
Duration: About 8 hours.