Hiking the Chilkoot Trail in Alaska
- Single room: CAD $199 (hotel & tent)
- Porter service: $1075 per person (1 porter per 2 guests)
- Extra for privat group of 3: CAD $395 p.p.
- Prices are per person based on double occupancy, 5% GST is added, all transactions are in Canadian dollars
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Hiking the Chilkoot Trail
Yukon’s Chilkoot Trail attracts bucket-list hikers from around the world. They are drawn by the scenery, the wildlife, the challenge and the echoes of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush.
The hike begins at Dyea, Alaska and retraces the Klondike Gold Rush route. The Trail is like a living wilderness museum, steeped in Gold Rush history and scattered with relics from the past. This rugged 55-kilometre route is a world-renowned hiking trail and Canada’s largest National Historic Site. The exhilarating climb to the top of the golden stairs and over the Chilkoot Pass should definitely be on every serious hiker’s bucket list. The tour promises amazing landscapes and multiple opportunities to encounter – and photograph- bears and eagles.
And as a reward for braving the Chilkoot all the way from Alaska’s coast to Bennet Lake, a float plane will return you to Whitehorse flying over the Yukon’s magnificent mountains, lakes and rivers.
See the amazing photos Frits Meyst, award winning photojournalist, documentary maker and outdoor & travel writer, made when he joined Nature Tours of Yukon on an epic trek over the Chilkoot Trail
Writer Peter Potterfield was on one of our trips. Read his story about hiking the Chilkoot Trail