Smuggler’s Cove is a nice hike that is a bit more than just a stroll out to Yakutania Point. It is still a very simple and well worn trail and it follows the coastline north toward Dyea. There are trails that continue past the…
Yakutania Point is a pleasantly easy, short hike that is a stone’s throw away from the ship. There’s a good chance that you will see some seals and possibly some humpback whales or even orcas out at the Point. Grab a bite in town…
If you have already hiked Upper Lake, you may as well continue to Devil’s Punchbowl. The increased elevation allows you to see even further down the fjord and up the valley on a clear day. Directions (As listed on nps.gov website) : From Upper…
Upper Dewey Lake may be one of the most intense trails in terms of its incline, but even though it is strenuous, it is well worth the effort. The view from the lake of the Dewey Peaks and of the valley below is sublime….
The hike to Lower Dewey is one of the most popular hikes in town. Although the initial incline is very steep and can be exhausting, don’t let it discourage you from hiking the loop! Pace yourself and once you make it up to the…
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Frequently asked questions:
Q:So many tours! Where do I start?
We recommend beginning by viewing tours Unique to Skagway to browse experiences not found in Juneau or other port towns. These will provide distinct experiences that you can only find here!
Q:What's the deal with private tours?
Private tours are a great option if you are traveling with a group of 4 or more. With a private tour, it's just the guide and your group. For groups of 6 or more, you may find private tours are even more cost-effective than joining a fixed tour.
Q:What's all this about Yukon?
About 1.5 hours from Skagway, the Klondike Highway crosses into Yukon Territory, Canada. Skagway provides visitors the rare opportunity to get on a road and head inland (not possible in Juneau or Ketchikan). For this reason, Yukon Tours are a great option to get off the coast and see the interior. We believe Yukon Tours have two great features: the chances for wildlife viewing are stronger and the weather is often sunnier than on the coast.
Q:Why book with Skagway Shore Tours?
By booking with us, you're shopping through all of the best tours offered by the cruise lines as well as some that the cruise lines don't even offer. We ensure all of our tours are priced the same or lower than the cruise lines. Plus, you're guaranteeing your tour is given by local guides and we donate 5% of all our profits back to Alaska through charities like the Alaska Conservation Foundation.
Why book with Skagway Shore Tours?
You're ensuring your tour is given by local guides.