Goldpanning and White Pass Summit

3.5 Hours
Group Activity
Mild
Cruise Friendly

From (USD) $67 Per Adult / $48 Per Child

Goldpanning and White Pass Summit

3.5 Hours
Group Activity
Mild
Cruise Friendly

From (USD) $67 Per Adult / $48 Per Child

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      Goldpanning and White Pass Summit

      Skagway, Alaska, USA
      From (USD) $67 Per Adult / $48 Per Child
      Highlights
      • White Pass Summit: At over 3,000 feet high, it was an upward climb for the stampeders searching for gold and the notorious path where so many perished in search of gold.
      • Pitchfork Falls: The name says it all; one of the world's tallest waterfalls cascades down a canyon along Klondike Highway.
      • Klondike Gold Dredge: Gold panners and pioneers in full renegade garb teach you a thing or two at this fun filled family attraction. With helpful tips from the experts you are sure to find a piece of Skagway to take home.
      About this Skagway, Alaska tour

      Prepare for the climb of your life – from the comfort of your motorcoach, that is – as you journey 3,290 feet in the sky to the infamous White Pass Summit, where a stampede of gold diggers and treasure hunters lost their wits and their lives in their feverish search for earthly wealth.

      Skagway was a small settlement before the Klondike Rush of 1897 – there was but a shabby log cabin standing proudly within its bounds. But the 40,000 gold rushers that stampeded into town produced one of the most colorful periods in Alaskan history.

      You can re-live the Gold Rush heyday on your visit to the Klondike Gold Dredge, where you'll run right into a raucous band of troublemakers and frontier men, who'll show you the ropes for digging up gold. Weigh your fortune in the Gold Shack and guard your cache– you never know what these outlaws will do for gold.

      Slippery soapy

      The no-good con artist that ran Skagway during the Gold Rush craze was Jefferson "Soapy" Smith, who got his nickname after he pulled off his most famous scam which duped willing consumers into buying soap with the false promise of a prize. He pulled off his legendary scam for over 20 years, that’s a lot of soap!

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      Cancellation policy

      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.

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