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Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, this narrow gauge railroad is an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. Experience the breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, trestles & tunnels from the comfort of vintage train cars...more
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The train ride was comfortable. The windows do not open and actually have 3 original cars. Handicap accessible. You will need to bring snacks as water is all that is available. The guide was great. Announcing in plenty of time to be “picture ready” for...More
My wife and I took a 7-day Alaskan cruise on the Norwegian Pearl (Seattle-Juneau-Skagway-Glacier Bay-Ketchikan-Victoria-Seattle) and opted to take the 3.5-hour trip from Skagway up and over a mountain to milepost 20.4. Once there, the engine was switched to the other end and we went...More
The train ride on the What Pass was fun, but would have liked to see a little more. I wanted to go to the very top, but the train didn't go that far. There were a lot of beautiful sites and mountain views.
We took the White Pass & Yukon Railroad for the half day excursion to the White Pass summit. It is an old style narrow-gauge railway with historic carriages that do have heat, fortunately. Great ride up to the summit – great views, tunnels, switch backs,...More
Third time is the charm, but so were the first and second times. Always something new to see. Narrators are wonderful. The vistas are breathtaking. I cannot say enough about this. I hope that one day I will be able to do this tour again...More
An amazing journey following the route carved from the mountain's rock. A commentary guides passengers sitting in the old style carriages. Points of interest mixed with the fascinating history of this line are linked to key points on identified on the map provided at the...More
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The the White Pass and Yukon goes into the Yukon- 28 miles or so before ending in the Yukon where passports are checked. Then a motorcoach picks you up for the balance of the tour which takes you to Carcross Canada and the... More
The the White Pass and Yukon goes into the Yukon- 28 miles or so before ending in the Yukon where passports are checked. Then a motorcoach picks you up for the balance of the tour which takes you to Carcross Canada and the bbq lunch. Beautiful! Full day. The White Pass is the train that goes only 26 miles up the White Pass, turns around and does not get into Canada.. Half day
The Luxury Car is not running this year
Bought the tickets at the train stop - thought I would get better fare than buying on the ship - turned out to be same fare - so much so the coductor/station manager charged them to the room. If I am not mistaken it was $145... More
Bought the tickets at the train stop - thought I would get better fare than buying on the ship - turned out to be same fare - so much so the coductor/station manager charged them to the room. If I am not mistaken it was $145 per person or thereabouts