Yukon Sightseeing Adventure by Hummer
Discover the beauty and history of Skagway from the comfort of a Hummer H3!
Tour includes round trip transportation from dock, Hummer® H3 SUV carrying up to four persons with each guest having the opportunity to drive the vehicle; guide in a lead vehicle providing narration via 2-way radio; snack consisting of reindeer sausage, cheese, cracker’s, mints and bottled water.
Travel the route of the trail of ‘98 from behind the wheel of a Hummer® H3. Your small group of explorers will set out on an adventure from Skagway into the Yukon Territory via legendary routes taken by hardy gold prospectors in the late 1800s. Self-driven Hummer® SUVs provide freedom and relaxation as you explore historic Klondike Gold Rush routes and experience the beauty of Skagway away from the crowds. While entertaining you with the lore of the gold rush era by an interactive 2-way radio system, your guide will lead your caravan to scenic destinations such as Pitchfork Falls, Dead Horse Gulch, Tormented Valley, the historic village of Carcross, The World’s Smallest Desert, and, the highlight of this adventure; Emerald Lake, a natural wonder of the world, known for the vivid turquoise color of it’s water.
|May – September
Multiple departures daily
|5 – 5.5 Hours
Times are approximate
Child rate applies to ages 12 & under. Taxes not included. Times are approximate. By arrangement to meet tour & cruise ship schedules. Operates in most weather conditions. Please see our Trip Interruption Protection & Terms & Conditions.
Notes: Dress comfortably. All Hummers® have radio communication with the guide vehicle. Drivers must be at least 25 years old, show a valid driver’s license, and must sign a liability/insurance waiver. Minors under 18 must be accompanied by at least one parent or guardian, and if only one participates, the participating parent or guardian must present a consent form signed by the non-participating parent or legal guardian granting permission for the minor to cross the border in his or her absence. Children under the age of five will not be accommodated on this tour. We will provide a booster seat for children between ages 5 through 8 upon request and subject to availability. All participants must bring a valid Passport to cross the border into Canada and return to the U.S. Canadian residents may not drive the vehicle into Canada due to Canadian law. (Hummer® and Hummer H3® are registered trademarks; and H3 is a trademark of General Motors Corporation.)
The excursion to the Yukon was beyond expectation; just awesome! ~ Customer Review
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Travel the route of the Trail of ’98 from behind the wheel of a comfortable and spacious Hummer® H3 SUV. This limited, exclusive excursion will allow you to enjoy the scenery and history of the Klondike Gold Rush at a leisurely pace. Your small group of explorers will set out in comfort on an adventure from Skagway into the Yukon Territory via the famous routes taken by the hardy gold prospectors in the late 1800’s. You’ll be driving your Hummer® into the heart of the rugged wilderness made famous by fabled gold rush legends Robert Service and Jack London.
Your experienced tour guide, in the lead vehicle, will entertain you with tales of the gold rush era via an interactive, two-way radio system. Driving your own Hummer® provides you the freedom, comfort and relaxation of exploring the Klondike Gold Rush routes from a bygone era in an intimate way. This adventure allows you to experience the beauty of Skagway and the Yukon Territory away from the crowds.
Your guide will lead your caravan to destinations such as Pitchfork Falls, Moore Bridge, Dead Horse Gulch, Bracket Wagon Trail, and Tormented Valley. Additionally, you will visit the historic village of Carcross, named after the narrow Caribou crossing at the headwaters of the mighty Yukon River. After a short break, your caravan will travel to The World’s Smallest Desert, and finally, the highlight of this adventure, Emerald Lake, known for its vivid turquoise water. You will also enjoy an Alaskan style snack prior to hearing the story of Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith, Skagway’s most notorious outlaw, on your return trip to Skagway. This spellbinding adventure crosses an international border. You must bring your Passport and driver’s license. Remember to take along a camera and some friends for this five-hour adventure.