FANTASTIC ADDITIONS FOR EITHER TOUR!
ADD THESE TO YOUR DAY!
Visit the unforgettable Tutshi Sled Dog Camp
Dog mushing has been part of life in Alaska and Canada since its earliest days. Despite the great distances between some rural communities, traveling by dog team is often still the best way to get around. Today, dog teams are still used by rural residents who rely on teams to hunt and travel and because of its history and tradition dog mushing has become the state sport of Alaska!
This is a great opportunity to meet experienced musher Michelle Phillips who has ran the Iditarod 7 times and the Yukon Quest 6 times (Both 1,000 mile races!) A visit to the camp to meet the dogs and snuggle the puppies is only $5 per person. Want to see the dogs in action? Go on an unforgettable 15-minute ride through the forest with a musher and an all-star team of canine athletes! ($30 Adult $22 Child)
Goldpan like a Sourdough!
Test your skills and gold pan like the miners of 1898 did in the historic Klondike Gold Rush! Guaranteed Gold in every bag of genuine Alaska Pay Dirt! $35/lb which will allow everyone in your group to try their luck! Glass vial included so you can bring home the gold!
Beautiful views on the Yukon Suspension Bridge!
Walk the metal suspension bridge and get magnificent views of the raging Tutshi River rapids! There are educational interpretive areas, a coffee shop, a souvenir shop, and the Cliff Side Restaurant where you can curb your hunger.($9 per person)
Visit the historic Gold Rush Cemetery and Lower Reid Falls!!
Take a step back in time by visiting the oldest cemetery in Skagway. Visit the grave of the famous outlaw Soapy Smith and the man who shot him, Frank Reid. You may also want to take a short five to ten minute walk to Lower Reid Falls, it is worth it!
If you want to make multiple additional stops then you may want to add an hour to your excursion.</p