White Pass Summit by Bus
Start your tour along the boardwalk-lined streets of historic Skagway, a thriving gold rush-era settlement that today hosts cruise passengers and nature trippers. From there you will board the bus and settle in as your experienced guides entertain you with nail-biting stories of the Klondike Gold Rush on your way to White Pass. The Klondike Highway roughly parallels the route used by the Gold Rush prospectors, offering riders breathtaking panoramic vistas and stops to take those Insta-worthy shots. Points of interest along the way include the Skagway Scenic Overlook, Brackett Wagon Road, White Pass Trail of '98, Pitchfork Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, William Moore Bridge and Overlook, Welcome to Alaska sign and Tormented Valley. This 2.5 hour small tour is perfect for those who are short on time but want to see the highlights of Skagway and the beautiful Alaskan wilderness. Reserve your seat today.
The tour will be crossing the Canadian border and then back across the US border. All US and Canadian citizens who are 16 and older will be required to present a valid passport. It is suggested to bring a photo ID as well. Any guest unable to produce the proper identification will not be able to participate.
US and Canadian citizens who are 15 years old or younger may travel with a certified birth certificate. People of all other citizenships are required to have a photo ID, a passport, and visa (If required) in their possession when crossing the border.
All minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian or if they are traveling with someone else they must have a letter of consent signed by all of the minors legal guardians. Any single adult traveling with a child under 18, must provide a death certificate for the non-accompanying parent(s) OR a certified letter from the non-accompanying parent(s) stating:
1) The accompanying parent has permission to take the child across the border,
2) The accompanying parent has the authority to make any and all decisions regarding any medical care required by the child,
3) Provide a daytime telephone number for the non-accompanying parent where they can be reached if there are any questions.