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White Pass Klondike Bike

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Tour Description

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2 ¾ Hour Duration
From pick up to drop off
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Scenic Bike Ride
Mostly downhill
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Up to 12 guests
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Passport Required
For re-entry to U.S.

Coast down the historic and scenic Klondike Highway from the White Pass Summit on a bicycle! Experience the route taken by thousands of stampeders during the 1898 Gold Rush on this highly-rated and affordable adventure in Alaska's great outdoors. Enjoy 360-degree views of snow-capped mountains and stop for photos at waterfalls, glaciers, the WPYR railroad, and more historic sites.

Your White Pass Klondike Bike tour begins with an orientation and a test ride with your friendly local guides. Then, a twenty-minute drive through Skagway up the mountains to the summit brings you to 3292' of elevation for epic views of the majestic Sawtooth range. Hear fascinating stories about the area from your guides along the way on this small-group excursion. You'll experience three different climate zones during this journey: the alpine, sub-alpine, and the temperate coast! Your incredibly scenic 15-mile downhill coast along the paved Klondike Highway takes about an hour and a half and allows for multiple stops. You'll be crossing the border from Canada to the US on your bike, so passports are required! This tour is the perfect adventure for history, nature, and adrenaline lovers and is bound to be one of the highlights of your time in Alaska!



2h 30min

The minimum age for participants is 13 years old.

Cancel up to 14-days before the tour for a refund. No refund is available if canceled within 14-days of the tour. If for any reason your tour is canceled, or if your cruise ship’s schedule changes, you will receive a refund. Refunds do not include any non-refundable fees.


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