At a Glance
|Activity Type:||Active Adventures and Nature Adventures and Sightseeing Adventures|
|Duration:||9 to 9.5 Hours|
|Adult Price:||$225 (ages 10 and up)|
|Child Price:||$225 (age 9)|
|Ages:||9 And Up|
- Walk with your guide to the White Pass depot from the pier for approximately 5 minutes.
- Take a memorable 14-mile scenic rail journey to the Wilderness whistle stop, known as Glacier Station, preparing a box-style lunch on the way.
- Follow the upper Skagway River on a 6- to 8-mile roundtrip hike (approximately 6.5 hours) that takes you through lush old-growth forest on your way to stunning panoramic views and the magnificent Laughton Glacier. Enjoy a fully narrated experience that tells you about the flora, fauna, and history that make the region unique. Take memorable photos at stops along the river and from 360-degree vantage points with epic views. Benefit from exceptional customer service, as there will never be more than 6 guests per guide.
- Board the train and experience more than 14 miles and nearly one hour of the scenic and historic White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad. The journey is fully narrated, and complete with waterfalls, rushing rivers and old wooden trestles. Note: All Guests must carry a passport while on this tour.
- Be free to explore the historic town when the adventure ends at the White Pass depot in Skagway, a short walk from your ship.
- Passports are required for all Guests, since this tour crosses the border into Canada.
- Snow on glacier may limit glacier travel in late May and early June.
- Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
- Expectant mothers are welcome through second trimester or as per physician advice.
- Guests should dress warmly and in layers and wear shoes or boots appropriate for walking on uneven surfaces.
- Small lumbar pack, bottled water, candy bars and nuts are provided during the hike.
- High quality rain gear, extra warm layers, hat, gloves, sun block, bug repellant, trekking pole and traction enhancing footwear equipment for the glacier are provided.
- Guests need to be in good physical condition and be able to hike up unlevel and sometimes difficult natural terrain.
- Sandwiches made on the train are for later consumption. Options include meats, cheese, bread, peanut butter, jelly, vegetables and condiments.
- Smoked salmon pate, crackers and assorted beverages are served after the hike.
- Guests are encouraged to bring currency and credit cards to purchase extras such as souvenirs.
- Due to the extremely limited availability of this shore excursion, Guests are encouraged to book early.
- 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.
Port Adventures are operated by independent contractors that are neither agents of, nor supervised or controlled by, Disney Cruise Line. Disney Cruise Line does not maintain their facilities or modes of transportation and is not responsible for any injury or property damage/loss that Guests may incur in connection with a Port Adventure. All Port Adventures are subject to the Disney Cruise Line Cruise Contract. All Port Adventures are subject to availability and/or cancellation based on weather, itinerary changes, and attendance. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult on Port Adventures except for specific "teen only" Port Adventures. All prices are subject to change without notice. Cancellations can be made up to 3 days prior to the cruise departure date. After that time all reservations are final and non-refundable.