Alaska & Yukon Golden Circle Tour

Bike from Haines to Skagway along the historic native trade route to the interior and the gold rush route to the Klondike! While Haines and Skagway are only fifteen miles apart by water, the bike route travels three hundred and sixty miles through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Alaska and Canada. Enjoy an intimate touring environment, with spectacular scenery that includes the coastal climate of Alaska as well as the interior climate of the Yukon Territory. A combination of history and scenic splendor as you follow routes used by Native Americans and the Klondike Gold Rush stampeder.


  • Three National and Provincial Parks that together is the largest protected wilderness area in the world.
  • A perfect mix of wilderness camping and stays in local lodgings.


TypeRoad bike, touring bike
Duration 9 days, 7 riding days
Total distance360 mi paved roads
Group sizeMin. 4 max. 12
LodgingHotels, cabins, camping
MonthMay, August
States or countryAlaska, Canada
Airport startJuneau, AK airport.
Airport finishJuneau, AK airport.

Starting from $ 3,450.00

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