Alaskan Golden Circle – SG

This 7-day ride traverses one of the most magical and scenic areas in the world. For the independent cyclist with self supported wilderness touring experience this is a great way to explore Southeast Alaska and the Yukon Territory Canada.


  • Travel at your own pace independently. Cycling and camping gear provided, no extra baggage/bike fees for your flight to Alaska.
  • Spectacular scenery that mixes the coastal climates of Alaska with the interior climates of the Yukon Territory.
  • One of the most scenic bike routes in North America.


TypeTour bike
Duration7 days
SupportSelf guided
Total distance 360 mi / 580 km
MonthMay, June, July, August, September
States or countryAlaska, Canada
Airport startHaines airport (HNS)
Airport finishSkagway Airport (SGY)

Starting from $ 499.00 for one participant $ 899.00 for two

*Please note the prices are subject to change depending availability *

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