A The Day At This Gold Rush Town In Alaska Is A True Adventure
Skagway has always been a point of transit for Alaska, with a deepwater port that accesses the mountain passes and the route to interior Canada. This charming town is also a hot-bed of Gold Rush charm as many, many people passed through the town on their way to the gold fields of the Klondike during the Gold Rush. Tucked into the base of the White Pass, you will find an enchanting forested spot where the town sent the journalists to live. You’ll have a wonderful time living like a turn-of-the-century newspaper man, for a few hours anyway, with delicious vittles and a lively show.
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