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Chilkoot Trail

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Squamish, British Columbia, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $1780 USD per person
  • Duration

    7 nights; July 9-15 and August 3-9, 2014

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    July 9 and Aug 3, 2014

  • Starting Location

    Whitehorse

  • Price Includes

    Transportation from the point of origin and return, national park user fees, White Pass & Yukon Railroad, camping fees, cooking gear, camp stoves, tents, meal preparations, tarps, major first aid supplies, meals/snacks/beverages on the expedition, emergency radio or satellite phone, and professional guides.

  • Notes

    Not included: Transportation to point of origin, transfers, accommodation and food other than included in the itinerary, gratuities, and personal equipment.

Highlights

  • 3-hour trip aboard the White Pass & Yukon RR that takes you back in time and through beautiful scenery to Skagway, Alaska
  • Across from Finnegan's Pointhere is the magnificent Irene Glacier
  • Enjoy the uniquely beautiful tundra landscape
  • Explore the area around Lake Bennett
  • Climb over the formidable Chilkoot Pass

Trip Info

The Chilkoot Trail is an adventure that will give you a sense of the challenge, excitement, anticipation, and dangers that faced the Klondike Goldrushers of 1898. The Chilkoot Trail serves as a historic outdoors museum,with the discarded equipment, grave markers, and other reminders of the goldrushers found everywhere along the route. Our route takes us through rainforest, alpine tundra, and boreal forest. Snowcapped mountains, hanging glaciers, turquoise lakes, and cascading rivers contribute to the magnificence of the rugged, scenic area that follows the Chilkoot Trail.

 

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