Welcome to Skagway Day Trips & Private Van Tours
More than Just another Tour Company
Skagway Day Trips is THE exclusive provider of tours and excursions in Skagway, Alaska. Whether you're looking for a trip up the iconic White Pass, would like to give dog sledding a whirl, OR, maybe you want a chance to see a grizzly bear AND do everything else Skagway has to offer, then you've come to the right place!
Whatever journey you want to take, Skagway Day Trips will help you get there. So check out our affordable and private van tours below, and book the adventure that satisfies your taste for exploration the best!
We are now taking reservations for Summer 2017!
Are you coming to town with a group and want something all to yourselves? Look no further! Our brand new 2015 Ford Transit Vans comfortably seat 14 passengers. We have several vans in our fleet and can accommodate groups of any size.
Join Iditarod Musher Michelle Phillips at her stunning musher’s camp near Tutshi Lake. Enjoy a 1.5 mile dog sled ride where you will meet real Alaskan Huskies who take part in the world famous Iditarod and Yukon Quest. Visit with adorable husky puppies and enjoy some puppy play time while you learn about what it takes to race the Iditarod.
A tour into the Yukon gives you great opportunities to look for wildlife grazing on the road side. Keep an eye out for Black Bear, Grizzly Bears, Caribou, Moose, Lynx, Rabbits and Sheep on this incredible tour into Canada and back.
Experience the Gateway to the Klondike in comfort! Relax, kick back and keep your eyes open for Mountain Goats, Grizzly Bears and Bald Eagles, and enjoy the amazing scenery of the WhitePass and Tormented Valley
To the Yukon and beyond! See what the Yukon REALLY has to offer on this amazing full day tour!
Head from sea level to 3300ft in elevation, up over the White Pass Summit and into the sub arctic alpine tundra of the Tormented Valley and into Canada.
Please note, although there is a good chance to see wildlife on our tours, we cannot guarantee sightings as we are looking for wild animals who are unpredictable. As much as we try, we have not been able to teach them how to use cell phone to text us their locations - Must be something about lacking opposable thumbs.