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White Pass Train & Bike

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4 ½ Hour Duration
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From pick-up to drop-off
Scenic Train Ride
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Take in the view on the White Pass Train into Fraser, BC.
Passport Required
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For crossing the Canadian border
15 Mile Downhill Coast
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Following historic train ride


Skagway's signature White Pass Train tour pairs perfectly with this bicycle trip to provide a bit of activity and fresh air alongside the best sights in Southeast Alaska. Join the train for a scenic climb 3,000 feet up to White Pass Summit, arriving in Fraser, B.C. Then, join a small guided bicycle cruise downhill back to Skagway with plenty of stops for sights, waterfalls, photos, all while absorbing the magnificence of the surrounding Sawtooth Range. The perfect all-in-one Skagway shore excursion!

Start the day by boarding the White Pass train right from downtown Skagway for an unforgettable ride to the Summit. Passing towering waterfalls, lush landscapes and glacial creeks, you'll enjoy a sense of Alaska's interior as Skagway affords the opportunity to get off the coast and into the mountains. This is Skagway's most popular train excursion, and eventually you'll cross into Canada and arrive where you'll meet your bicycle guide for stage two of this Skagway shore excursion.

In an intimate group of 1 guide per 6 guests, begin your downhill journey from Summit to Sea. This downhill, pavement-based ride retraces much of the history of the Klondike Gold Rush. The casual pace allows stops and plenty of time for photos while your guides paint historical and ecological scenes of this route and the surroundings. Eventually, you'll arrive back in downtown Skagway with a comprehensive understanding of the Valley, some exercise under your belt and time left in the day for exploring Skagway on your own.

What's Included

Knowledgeable Guides
Bicycle and Helmet
Rain Jacket, Rain Pants, and Fleece Gloves will be provided if necessary
Safety Instruction from your Guide
Train Ticket
Guide Gratuities
Food and Drinks

Frequently Asked Questions

How difficult is the bicycling component?
This excursion is downhill and rated as a low-impact activity. Participants should be comfortable and confident operating a bicycle on pavement with hand brakes.
Why are passports required?
This tour enters Canada and passports will be required to go through the Canadian customs post, as well as to re-enter the United States. Passports are required for all adults and children 16 or older. Children 15 and under should have an original or certified copy or birth certificate or a Passport. If one or both parents are not traveling with the child, a notarized letter of authorization from the absent parent(s) is also necessary to cross into Canada. Some nationalities may also require a Canada and/or USA Visa. (Single-entry is acceptable). Please bring all original documentation, no copies are allowed. If passengers show up for the tour without the proper ID, they will not be allowed to board. While we will attempt to accommodate passengers lacking identification, there is no guarantee that suitable arrangements can be made, and no refund will be given under these circumstances. Passengers with felonies, DUI, or criminal charges are not allowed entry into Canada.
Where is the meeting location?
You will meet at the bicycle shop prior to the tour. It's about a 10 minute walk from the cruise ships or the town shuttles are available as well. Detailed meeting instructions and a complete tour voucher will be emailed to you upon booking.
Do I have to book the train ticket?
Nope - we'll take care of everything for you! The train ticket is included with this tour as this is a comprehensive package combining these two great Skagway shore tours.
What if my ship is late or doesn't make it into port?
If your ship is late which causes you to miss your tour, we will try to accommodate you on a later tour departure. If that is not possible, you will be refunded minus any non-refundable fees.

Know Before You Book

Minimum Age: 13 years old
Participants must be confident on a bicycle with hand brakes coasting downhill at speeds between 15 and 25 MPH (23 - 40 KPH)
Passports and other necessary immigration documents are required for US and Canadian border inspection
Helmets are Required
Participants must be at least 13 years old and 4’ 6” in height
Tour operates rain or shine
Not Wheelchair Accessible
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. Contact us by phone or email to request a cancellation.

Quick Facts


4h 30min

Adult Rate

Itinerary • 4h 30min • 5 activities

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Guides will meet you in downtown Skagway, a short walk or SMART shuttle ride from the cruise ship dock.

15 minutes
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Take in the view on your scenic train ride to Fraser, BC. Passports required.

1 hour 45 minutes
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Gear up and go through a safety briefing with your guide and get oriented with your equipment.

30 minutes
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Ride down White Pass Summit and enjoy the thrill as you make your way back down to Skagway.

1 hour 30 minutes
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Drop off your equipment and return to the cruise ship dock.

30 minutes