At a Glance
|Activity Type:||Sightseeing Adventures and Nature Adventures and Family Adventures|
|Duration:||8 to 8.5 Hours|
|Adult Price:||$202 (ages 10 and up)|
|Child Price:||$104 (ages 3 to 9)|
|Infant Price:||$0 (ages 0 to 2)|
- Climb aboard a deluxe motor coach and experience the magic and the mystery of the famed Yukon. Soon after departing the dock, you'll be climbing the South Klondike Highway to the top of the White Pass, 3,292 feet above sea level. Majestic peaks, waterfalls and glaciers can all be seen on this approximate 75-minute incredible drive. Note: Passports are required for all Guests, since this tour will cross the border into Canada.
- Leave the White Pass and the USA behind and enter Canada and the unspoiled and untamed beauty of the Yukon Territory. Marvel at the chain of lakes that form the headwaters of the Yukon River, explore the rustic town of Caribou Crossing (Carcross), snap a quick photo of the "world's smallest desert" and enjoy the tales of the Klondike Gold rush provided by your guide.
- Be treated to a delicious chicken barbeque lunch complete with "grandma's famous homemade donuts" during the approximate 75-minute stop at Caribou Crossing. After your meal you'll want to tour the Yukon's most complete museum exhibit of local wildlife, including the Ice Age Wooly Mammoth. Then carry on to the Dog Musher's Village where you can visit with Yukon Quest dog mushers and get pictures of yourself with racing dogs and puppies.
- Continue back to Fraser, British Columbia, where you'll board the White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad for an unforgettable ride down this historic and breathtaking narrow gauge railroad. 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.
- Arrive back at Skagway, minutes away from the pier.
- 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.
- This excursion is stroller accessible. However, some portions of the tour may require Guests to fold accompanying strollers. In addition, lightweight strollers are recommended.
- Guests should dress warmly, in layers, and carry raingear.
- Lunch includes barbeque chicken, coleslaw, baked potato with fixings and homemade doughnuts. Coffee and tea are included and soft drinks are available for purchase.
- 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.
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.