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We offer a variety of tours ranging from a few hours in duration to day trips and 11-day excursions. If you're in town for the day we have daily tours in both Skagway and Haines. There is a fast ferry shuttle that runs hourly between the two...more
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If you are looking for something to do in Skagway outside of walking the streets and being in the way of the locals while on a Alaska cruise book a bike ride with Sockeye cycle company! They set you up with a good riding bike...More
We were the last bike ride of the season. We rode the Klondike Highway. Matt was our tour guide and he was very informative. The scenery was spectacular as was the bike ride. Matt tell me I was the 12th thousand rider for the season...More
While we booked this through M&M tours, but it was really a Sockeye cycle tour. I wish I could remember the name of our guide, she was fabulous!! We were a small group of only 5 people. It was exciting, challenging and a little scary...More
My girlfriend and I are seasoned cyclists. I was sceptical when I drove into Skagway from Canada.It seemed very narrow and dangerous and I went to Sockeye to cancel. I was reassured after talking to the owner. There were two guides, one in front and...More
Cruised Alaska mid-October with sisters. The highlight of my cruise was Sockeye Cycle Co. guided bike tour. Joe and his partner were awesome. Very knowledgeable and made sure we did not want for anything. Bikes were easy to ride and ride was not difficult. We...More
Wonderful trip up the pass (DO NOT FORGET YOUR CAMERA). Some of the most beautiful scenery. The Sockeye crew were great. Kept everyone safe on the trip down while allowing for a good time by all no matter their fitness level. We started in the...More
Justin & Ren conducted the ride downhill after we took the White pass train to the summit . They were professional and safety conscious. We stopped at picture spots at approx 4 stops. With a pipeline rising up a mountain they said "that's the Maple...More
We had a great experience on this excursion. Most of the riders in our group were 50-60 years old, and we had no trouble making this trip. Our guides, Forrest and Eric were excellent. We felt safe, well informed and comfortable with our gear. Our...More
The train ride is fun but sit on the left side as that is where the views are. They let you go outside and take pictures which is neat but hard to grab a good pic as the train moves pretty quick. Biking down is...More
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If I can do it, you can do it. How long has it been since you rode a bike? Maybe get on a bike and ride some hills before taking this tour. I can see why someone might be frightened. You're riding down a mountain! And yes, I... More
If I can do it, you can do it. How long has it been since you rode a bike? Maybe get on a bike and ride some hills before taking this tour. I can see why someone might be frightened. You're riding down a mountain! And yes, I was nervous at first. In my review, I mentioned my daughter was seriously injured in a bike accident. So yes, I was paranoid, but if I could summon the courage, everyone else can too! Get out on your bike while you're at home. Then you'll be fine.
There are some views where you are quite high up. However, going down hill on bikes you are on the right and the valley is on the left on the other side of the road. The train goes along some shear drops so sit on the right... More
There are some views where you are quite high up. However, going down hill on bikes you are on the right and the valley is on the left on the other side of the road. The train goes along some shear drops so sit on the right side of the train.