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Skagway, another Alaskan town steeped in history of the Klondike Gold Rush era, nowadays serves as a popular port of call for large and small cruise ships alike. Surrounded by wilderness and mountainous ranges, Skagway offer small town hospitality set in true Alaskan wilderness.

This small town port sees more than 900,000 visitors each year, mostly from cruise ship passengers docking for a day trip on the famous White Pass and Yukon Railroad taking travelers over plunging gauges and narrow passageways to the White Pass Summit at 2,865 ft. Independent travelers can even connect all way through to Whitehorse, Yukon in Canada with a combination of rail and coach travel.

Iconic merchant buildings of the gold rush era litter the downtown core of Skagway, reminiscences of a by-gone era. Here you’ll find crafts from native Alaskan residents to popular souvenirs.

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Bed & Breakfast

$166From USD

avg/ night incl all taxes

Located two blocks from Skagway’s historic district. This bed & breakfast features 9 rooms.


$154From USD

avg/ night incl all taxes

Located in the heart of Skagway, a short walk from the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park and cruise ship piers. This hotel features 151 guest rooms.