Private Chilkoot Lake Wildlife Kayak Tour from Skagway

Private Chilkoot Lake Wildlife Kayaking
From $339.00/person to $739.00/person (Select "Individuals" below) Price varies based on number of individuals in your group
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Shore Excursion Size ? Private
Shore Excursion Type Scenic, Active
Shore Excursion Duration 6 Hours 30 Minutes
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? If you are arriving by cruise ship, this tour departs from the Skagway Fast Ferry Terminal, which is an approximately 15-minute walk from the cruise ship pier. If you are staying in a hotel, custom pick-up is provided from hotels within a 3-mile radius of downtown Skagway. Please enter your desired pick-up location above.
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommend dressing in layers, with the top layer being waterproof, as this tour operates in all weather conditions. We also suggest wearing sensible walking shoes that may get wet. Please bring a reusable water bottle as water refills will be provided periodically throughout the tour.
Restrictions This tour is not wheelchair accessible, as it includes walking over uneven terrain and ascending steps to board the transportation. The minimum age to participate is seven years old and the maximum weight per passenger is 250 lbs.

The excitement begins as you board a catamaran ferry for a scenic ride through the Lynn Canal connecting Skagway and Haines. Along the way your guide will share the natural history of the inner water passageway while you keep an eye out for humpback whales, harbor seals, and bald eagles.

Once in Haines you will take a seaside drive to Chilkoot Lake State Park where you will arrive at the lake and enter your sea kayak. New to kayaking? Not a problem! Your experienced guide will outfit you with the proper gear, show you the basics, and have you paddling like a pro in no time.

Savor the stillness as you glide across the pristine lake, noting the waterfalls cascading off the lush, green forested cliffs. Each month brings something new for visitors to the lake, from wildflowers, bald eagles and sockeye salmon (June and July) to brown bears that come to the water's edge to feed (August and September). Your guide will do his best to get you up close and personal to the wildlife in a safe manner for both you and the animals.

After kayaking you will take a ride back into town and the ferry for your return trip back to port. Breakaway from the Skagway crowds for some kayaking in a true naturalist's paradise when you book this private tour today.