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Schedule - May 26 through September 15, 2018
To Whitehorse, from Anchorage $499, from Talkeetna $482, from Denali $445,
 from Fairbanks $385, from Tok $285 or vice versa

Anchorage-Talkeetna-Denali-Fairbanks-Dawson City-Whitehorse
Join the tour anywhere in Alaska, get off anywhere along the Parks Highway, in Tok or Dawson City,
stay as long as you like and continue on a later date for additional $10 per person, per stop-over along the way.
Does not include accommodations or meals.

Ask about day-trip and activities offered while in Talkeetna, Denali, Fairbanks, and Dawson City.


May 26-Sept 15, 2018
 via Top-of-the-World, Alaska and Klondike Highways

Fairbanks-Dawson City-Whitehorse 

$385 US per person

Fairbanks to Dawson City only
$285 US per person
 (continuation to/from Whitehorse add $100) 
Starting in Alaska* Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays
Departs Fairbanks 7:00-7:15a (AK Time)
Arrives Dawson City 5:30-6:00p (AK Time)

*Daily service to Fairbanks from Anchorage, Talkeetna & Denali

  Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Departs Dawson City 9:00-9:15a (YK Time)
Arrives Whitehorse 5:00-5:15p (YK Time) 
Starting in Canada Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays
Departs Whitehorse 7:00-7:15a (YK Time)
Arrives Dawson City  1:45-2:00p (YK Time) 
  Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays
Departs Dawson City 8:00-8:15a (YK Time) 
Arrives Fairbanks* 5:30-6:00p (AK Time)

*Continue to Denali, Talkeetna & Anchorage daily


Departs/Arrives - your hotel, B&B or hostel in each city in
Canada and Fairbanks
Canadian regulations require minimum of 2 persons traveling.
(Single travelers call for information on joining tours).
No minimum required in Alaska

Service by SUV, van or mini-coach depending on number of travelers on each leg or the trip.



Klondike & Top-of-the-World Highway Tour


Recommend 2-days minimum

While in Fairbanks be sure to visit Pioneer Park with its historic cabins, shops and WWII flight museum. Enjoy a tour or dinner on a historic paddle-wheel river boat. Visit University of Alaska botanical gardens, musk ox farm and Museum of the North where you will learn about northern lights, Alaska’s indigenous population and gold mining heritage. Enjoy dinner in Fox at the Turtle Club, at one of the excellent restaurants in downtown Fairbanks or at the historic Pump House Restaurant along the Chena River.


Don’t forget to send letters to folks back home from Santa Claus House, North Pole, Alaska and/or spend a relaxing day 60-miles northeast of Fairbanks at historic Chena Hot Springs Resort.



Fairbanks and Dawson City

along the Alaska, Taylor and Top-of-the-world Highways

Travel the Alaska and Taylor Highways with majestic views of Alaska and Wrangell-St Elias mountains, Alaska oil pipeline at Big Delta where it is suspended over the Tanana River. Travel along Jack Wade Creek through 40-Mile Gold Mining District in the heart of interior Alaska. Rest stops in rural towns of Delta Jct at a country grocery store with Russian influenced bakery. In Tok, AK visit the beautiful log and most complete visitor center in Alaska. Stop for a meal break in the active gold mining town of Chicken AK, population 39. Watch for black bear, caribou, fox and moose.


While traveling along the Top-of-the-World Highway above tree line most of the way, there are beautiful views of the Ogilvie Mountain Range. Cross the mighty Yukon River on the George Black Ferry. Watch for grizzly (brown) bear and caribou. Trip is scenic and historic


Dawson City

recommend over-night to 2-nights

In Dawson City stroll board-walk streets in this turn-of-the-century active gold mining town. Enjoy dinner at Diamond Tooth Gertie’s dinner/theater/dance hall or any of the many fine restaurants. Learn to pan for gold at an active gold mine, take a tour to the top of the “Midnight Sun Dome”, cross the Yukon River on George Black Ferry and hike through the Provincial Park to the paddle-wheel “bone yard”. Take the guided walking tour, provided by the visitor center, of historic city sites, or on your own visit picturesque graveyards and historic tombstones of famous gold-rush characters. Save time for readings of Robert Service poetry, the Bard of the Yukon’s and fir boat tours on the Yukon River.



Dawson City and Whitehorse

along the Klondike Highway

Travel historic Klondike Highway between the Yukon capital of Whitehorse and historic gold rush community of Dawson City. This scenic trip offers views of the Tintina Trench (geological fault) which extends from the Northern Rocky Mountain Trench in British Columbia. View celebrated Five Finger Rapids and many spectacular lakes. Visit Braeburn Lodge for internationally famous giant cinnamon buns. Watch for moose, black bear, elk, caribou, fox and raven as you travel. Route is scenic and historic



Catch your flight or Canadian Greyhound bus from Whitehorse to the rest of Canada including connection to trains through the western Canadian Rockies or the lower-48 United States. Or, travel the narrow gauge White Pass Railroad from Whitehorse to Skagway, where you can take the Alaska Marine Highway ferry to points south along the Canadian coast or to Bellingham, WA.


Most Canadian tours travel in SUVs or 15-passenger vans
depending on number of travelers that day.









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