At a Glance
|Activity Type:||Sightseeing Adventures and Nature Adventures|
|Duration:||6.5 to 7 Hours|
|Adult Price:||$220 (ages 16 and up)|
|Ages:||16 & Up (Recommended for Ages 18 & Up)|
- Board a vintage rail car for an approximate 95-minute fully narrated trip aboard the historic White Pass & Yukon Route. Against all odds, the iron trail was carved through some of the North's most rugged terrain in 1898.This engineering wonder climbs nearly 3,000 feet over 20 miles of steep grades and cliff-hanging turns. Note: Passports are required for all Guests, since this tour will cross the border into Canada.
- Arrive in Fraser, British Columbia, where you'll embark a deluxe motor coach and travel down the spectacular Klondike Highway taking in the sights of Tormented Valley and Pitchfork Falls during the approximate 80-minute trip.
- Discover Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp and Salmon Bake, nestled beside a waterfall at the foot of the White Pass and so named for the journalists dispatched to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush who fabricated tall-tales from this location. Your Liarsville experience begins with an all-you-can-eat alfresco feast in the forest that includes wild Alaskan-caught salmon freshly grilled over an alder wood fire; Chilkoot Chicken; Panners Pasta; Mother Load Mac and Cheese; Liarsville Rice Medley; Prospector Pete's Reindeer Beans; Sluice Box Slaw and other fresh salads; cornbread; coffee; lemonade and blueberry cake for dessert.
- After your meal, mosey over to the gold rush-era trail camp. Enjoy the waterfall and the authentic exhibits of Liarsville. Browse for souvenirs in the Fancy Goods Gift Shop.
- Learn the art of gold panning and then be set free in the Liarsville gold fields, where you are guaranteed to find the precious metal that drove men and women wild with gold fever! You are guaranteed to find gold in every pan!
- Once you've made your fortune, gather around the campfire to roast marshmallows. Help yourself to cookies and apple cider and have your picture taken with the camp's lovable mascot, an Alaskan malamute named Denali.
- Gather at the Liarsville Hippodrome, where a cast of sourdoughs and dance hall girls will entertain you with a hilarious melodrama and a poem by the "Bard of the North," Robert Service. , take time to wander through the camp and visit the general store, saloon and laundry tents to view the antiques and vintage clothing left behind by the miners and dance hall girls. Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit.
- Finally, visit the world famous Red Onion Saloon. The Red Onion was the classiest dance hall and saloon in the bustling gold rush town of Skagway. Upstairs, in the Red Onion Brothel Museum. you'll step back in time on a guided tour of this famous establishment filled with antiques from the gold rush days. Don't miss the priceless nickel silver dress worn by the Onion's first Madam. You can even enjoy a glass of Alaskan amber beer, wine or root beer while being entertained by the tales and events that took place in this historic building. Note: Inside the Red Onion Museum some paintings and artifacts include the nude human form.
- Passports are required for all Guests, since this tour will cross the border into Canada.
- Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own as well as walk comfortably over gravel terrain and negotiate a flight of stairs to visit the museum section of the Red Onion Saloon.
- Guests should dress warmly, in layers, and carry raingear.
- The order of the sites may be reversed.
- Guests are encouraged to bring currency and credit cards to purchase extras, such as souvenirs or snacks.
- You should never feel that gratuities are expected, but it is customary to leave a tip in recognition of exceptional service in restaurants, taxis and for excursion guides and drivers. It is always up to you to determine the amount.
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