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In 1897, gold stampeders from all over the world arrived in Skagway by steamship, bound for the Dawson Gold Fields in Canada's Yukon Territory. It wasn't long before the rough-and-tumble tent town ...
skier69
12/15
This was a hike combined with rafting so hiking up through woodland close to a river and then rafting back to ... Read more
Candidasa
11/15
U.S. Park service 1 hour tour. Very interesting and FREE. Read more
KS_Meadowlark
11/15
My experience with Dyea Dave was not so great, but other people on our van tour raved about the experience. ... Read more
tammyjw305
11/15
We hiked the Lower Dewey Lake and Yakutania Point trails with lunch on the ship in between. The docks right ... Read more
raccoon2015
10/15
In Skagway they have a cruise shuttle bus that takes you all around the town for $5 all day. We took it out ... Read more
TravellingManCritic
10/15
We booked directly with the railroad to get a seat on the steam powered train. NCL only offers the Diesel ... Read more
peter grant
10/15
We paid $5 each for an all-day pass on the local buses, had a good trip through town and stopped for an hour ... Read more
Robbiebe
10/15
Small, not much to do. 2 ice cream cones $10. Read more
alxlo1
10/15
Walked around town in the rain, then took the White Pass & Yukon Railroad train to the top of the pass. ... Read more
Lightkeeper
10/15
We visited the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Visitor Center. There, we got to see the movie: ... Read more
Greymeowsr
10/15
boarded train on the pier, old fashioned, good staff, lots of great scenery both up and down the mountain. ... Read more
MikefromTotowa
10/15
The walking tour of the city was a lot of fun. You get to see some interesting sights that are a little off ... Read more
MikefromTotowa
10/15
Streetcar ride was fun and very informative about the town's past. Read more
Frankie J
09/15
Was exactly the same train as that which the ship used and it was considerably cheaper. Fabulous ride amidst ... Read more
sistersalsbury
09/15
Breath taking Read more
Bwk31525
09/15
A 10 minute walk from the ship with some nice locally owned shops. Read more
cole2014
09/15
Went on a free walking tour of Skagway put on by the National Parks Department. The tour was very ... Read more
TWA747-121
09/15
Train trip never disappoints. Did the bicycle ride back to Skagway. Awesome!!! Read more
CaptTed1411
09/15
We enjoyed walking through the town and viewing the history there Read more
CruiseControl!
09/15
We chose to hike for free to a lake. There are other trails in area. All moderate hikes and labeled well. Read more
norazolna
09/15
Interesting to see Liarsville and learning the history. Disappointed in the gold panning. Read more
Glen Griffitts
09/15
The scenery was less than expected and little opportunity to take pictures. Read more
MonaMonkey
09/15
What an adorable little town... and bless the full time 800 residents for putting up with us :) Read more
bawilliams2
09/15
Our favourite port. Beautiful location. Be sure to go to museum and sign up for walking tour. If with kids ... Read more
vickiaj1961
09/15
Saw a lot of beautiful scenery Read more

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