Visiting Skagway, Alaska

Skagway, situated on southeast Alaska’s Panhandle, is a historic little community surrounded by snow-capped and glaciated peaks, where the past lives on and the cries of “Gold in the Yukon!” still echo from the steep canyon walls. The romance and excitement of yesteryear linger around every corner of the charming, colorful downtown. Strolling visitors and horse-drawn carts stream past perfectly maintained, turn-of-the-century buildings, now home to a variety of restaurants and shops.

With the wide Pacific lying at its door and pervasive frontier flavor, this idyllic town attracts thousands of visitors annually via road, rail and sea.

Check out Skagway’s video and calendar of events.

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