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A 33-mile portion of the Klondike Trail with spectacular scenery and relics from the gold rush era.
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Reviewed 8 December 2017

I visited Alaska in July of 2015. Everything about that state is beautiful and breathtaking! While I was there, I participated in many different hikes and different activities, but my favorite one by far was hiking the Chilkoot Trail. This trail was 33 miles long...More

Thank Emmy J
Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

I went on this beautiful and amazing hike with a small group of family and friends and my dog. It was absolutely beautiful! The weather was on our side for most of the hike and was sunny and hot. It rained the last day. We...More

5  Thank Sext
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

I'm visiting the starting and ending points of the Chilkoot trail this week and remembering my 5-day hike several years ago. For scenic beauty and historic Gold Rush charm, it would be hard to beat this trail in the US. It's a challenging hike because...More

6  Thank Traveler_from_Alaska
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

My daughter and I recently completed this trail, and we both loved every aspect of it. And the funny thing is that this particular trail wasn't even our first choice for this years epic adventure, we were originally trying to go to Sweden to hike...More

4  Thank Brad D
Reviewed 7 July 2016

We took this excursion through Princess Cruise Lines and it was fantastic. It was a little steep in sections but we went slow and stopped often. Our guide Becca was wonderful and really knows her stuff. We learned about the rainforest flora and fauna and...More

1  Thank Gretchen S
Reviewed 6 July 2016

I am very experienced in backpacking, having trekked in Australia, NZ, Nepal, Chile, and Argentina, and the Chilkoot Trail is one of the best walks I have ever been on. The walk goes through an amazing range of terrain, starting with coastal forest by the...More

7  Thank Chris T
Reviewed 27 January 2016

I loved this adventure with my kids. We were closer and talked more. Wonderful to get away from the electronics of the world. The rangers were terrific and safety conscience. We checked in with them and they kept their eyes open for us. Everyone we...More

2  Thank airbendercat
Reviewed 6 November 2015

Hiked Chilkoot from Skagway Alaska to Bennet Yukon in July 2015; 4 guys (incl. myself); Regardless, you meet many other hikers on the trek, you could potentially do this alone, but having someone else to walk and talk with passes the time an improves the...More

4  Thank Philippe S
Reviewed 6 October 2015

This is a lovely trek through the rainforest followed by a river raft return. The trek is not difficult but requires some level of dexterity on sometimes tricky footing. We didn't see bears but there was plenty of evidence they were nearby. 2km trek seems...More

1  Thank Martin L
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The hike starts off a little steep here and there but overall this is fairly an easy hike. I would recommend borrowing a hiking stick when your guide offers one. The ride back down the river is a nice, relaxing end to the whole excursion....More

1  Thank Joon C
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