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60 Day Alaska Adventure - Itinerary

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Day 1 Dawson Creek We begin our tour with a welcome dinner, orientation and social in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Dawson Creek is Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway and Mile 0 of our 4,800 mile tour of British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska.
Day 2 Ft. Nelson Our first stop is Ft. Nelson, BC. Here we will receive a Visitor Presentation and see the Heritage Center.
Day 3 Liard Hot Springs Travel to Liard Hot Springs. Along the way see mountain goats and Muncho Lake. Muncho Lake gets its deep azure color from minerals leached from the surrounding mountains.  Soak in the outdoor hot springs.
Day 4 Watson Lake Today we travel to Watson Lake where we tour the Sign Post Village and view an informative film about the Alaska Highway construction.
Day 5 Teslin We stop for the night on the shores of Nisutlin Lake and visit the Yukon Wildlife Gallery. Our staff will prepare a Wine and Cheese Party for your enjoyment.
Day 6 Whitehorse Our next stop is in Whitehorse, Yukon where we will attend the Frantic Follies vaudeville review a turn-of-the-century show that presents a lively evening of fun and nostalgia for the entire family.
Day 7 Whitehorse See the grand old sternwheeler, the SS Klondike. Visit the longest wooden fish ladder in North America, the scenic Whitehorse Dam, the Yukon Visitor Center, Miles Canyon lookout.
Day 8 Whitehorse Free day in Whitehorse to see other area attractions.
Day 9 Haines Travel to Haines, Alaska.
Day 10 Haines Fjord Express to Juneau - Depart Haines in the morning and head south thru Lynn Canal, the continent’s longest and deepest glacial fjord. Marine life abounds in these waters, and will highlight your morning voyage. You’ll see hanging glaciers, nesting bald eagles, harbor seals, and humpback or killer whales. There will be a stop at a rookery where hundreds of Stellar sea lions gather in summer to breed and pup.
Upon arrival at the dock in Yankee Cove, board a motor coach and relax while your driver takes you for a scenic, winding, narrated drive through the coastal rain forest of Southeast Alaska to downtown Juneau.
Juneau is a city with a rich and colorful history. Your driver-guide will show you the capital building and the governor’s mansion, and provide you with a walking tour map to orient you to the city’s other attractions. The bus drops you downtown on the water front at Marine Park, with easy access to restaurants and shopping. Enjoy a leisurely lunch, and take in the sights of Alaska’s capitol. You’ll have approximately three hours of “free” time to explore downtown before re-boarding the bus for spectacular Mendenhall Glacier.
At the glacier, visit the US Forest Service Visitor Center for information about this amazing “river of ice”, enjoy a short movie. Then take a stroll on the park’s groomed pathways for an unbelievable view.
Day 11 Haines Free Day to explore Haines.
Day 12 Destruction Bay Our next stop is at Destruction Bay along the western shore of Kluane Lake, the largest lake in the Yukon. See mountain goats as they graze on the surrounding mountains.
Day 13 White River Camp along the White River, a large tributary of the Yukon River.
Day 14 Tok We then travel into Alaska and stop for the night in Tok. Here we see a dog sled demonstration and view some Alaska Gold.
Day 15 Fairbanks We then travel to the end of the Alaska Highway in Delta Junction and on to Fairbanks which is known as "The Heart of Alaska". Stops along the way include the Alyeska Pipeline Crossing and the Santa Claus House in North Pole, Alaska.
Day 16 Fairbanks Cruise into the history of Interior Alaska, aboard the authentic sternwheeler Riverboat Discovery III. You will see:
  • Guided walking tour of an Athabascan Chena Village
  • Susan Butcher's Iditarod dogs in action
  • Bush pilot demo
  • Complimentary coffee and donuts
  • View the convergence of the Chena and Nenana Rivers
  • Athabascan Subsistence Fish Camp
Day 17 Fairbanks See the University of Alaska Museum and Botanical Gardens.
Later, join the staff for an Ice Cream Social.
Day 18 Fairbanks Today we visit Pioneer Park a frontier theme park with many exciting attractions including:
  • The renovated SS Nenana sternwheeler
  • Recreated native village and gold-rush town with many original buildings
  • Pioneer Air Museum  
  • All-you-can-eat Salmon Bake Dinner
Day 19 Fairbanks Free Day to visit other attractions or take a flight to the Arctic Circle
Day 20 Fairbanks Gold Dred #8 - Take a trip through Alaska’s gold mining history at Gold Dredge 8.  Enjoy a close up view of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and a presentation about its construction and operation.  Then take a seat aboard a replica of the narrow-gauge Tanana Valley Railroad and hear the conductor tell tales of prospectors who arrived by the thousands during the gold rush.  The train ride takes you to Gold Dredge 8 where you will see first-hand how the dredge worked the gold fields, then receive a brief but informative course on gold panning.  Once the train arrives at the camp, you will try panning for yourself!  You will find gold- we guarantee it! Finally, explore the dredge camp and enjoy complimentary coffee and freshly baked cookies in the gift shop as your gold is weighed, then hop aboard the train and return to the station.
Day 21 Denali NP Travel south on the Parks Highway through Nenana and Healy to Denali National Park. Here we attend the Cabin Night Dinner Show; an evening filled with entertainment, hospitality and good food.
Day 22 Denali NP Narrated bus tour takes you into the heart of Denali National Park for spectacular scenery and wildlife. See 20,320 ft. Mt. McKinley, North America's tallest peak. After the bus tour, see a sled dog demonstration.
Day 23 Denali NP Free Day to explore the surrounding area.
Day 24 Talkeetna Stop over at Talkeetna, Alaska, the traditional departing place for Denali climbers. Here you will learn about the history of the local settlers and walk through the original town site.
Day 25 Anchorage Continue traveling south on the Parks Highway to Anchorage, Alaska. We will be staying in Anchorage for 4 days.
Day 26 Anchorage Pizza Party at the campground. Join the staff for an Alaskan Treat of pizza from the Moose’s Tooth.
Day 27 Anchorage Visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center where you will come to learn about Alaska’s first people.
Day 28 Anchorage Trolley Tour - A great way to see the highlights of Anchorage. Later we visit the Anchorage Museum of History & Art.
Day 29 Homer Travel to Homer, Alaska. Along the way see Mount Redoubt, an active volcano, and pass through many quaint fishing villages.
Day 30 Homer Visit the Bear Creek Winery and sample some of their offerings. See the renowned artist Norman Lowell’s Gallery. Learn about Homer during the Historical Harbor Walking Tour.
Day 31 Homer Free Day for fishing
Day 32 Seward Travel the Seward Highway down the Kenai Peninsula to Seward, Alaska. Along the way, stop at the Chugach State Park and Kenai Peninsula Visitor Centers and Portage Glacier.
Day 33 Seward Take a boat cruise to Kenai Fjords National Park where you will see sea life (including puffins, otters, whales and sea lions), snowcapped mountains and glaciers. Dine on an Alaska Salmon bake on Fox Island.
Day 34 Seward Free Day
Day 35 Seward Tour Exit Glacier. There is nothing like walking up to the face of this slow moving sea of ice.
Day 36 Palmer Travel up the Seward and Glenn Highway to Palmer, Alaska. Palmer is in the Mat-Su Valley, Alaska's farming center. Here the long summer days produce gigantic vegetables.
Day 37 Palmer In Palmer we visit a Muskox Farm. Join the staff for a cook out.
Day 38 Glennallen Continue on the Glenn Highway to Glennallen, Alaska. Stop at the Copper River Valley Visitor Information Center. View Mount Wrangell Mountain, a dormant volcano.
Day 39 Valdez Travel south on the Richardson Highway to Valdez, Alaska. Valdez is the terminus of the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline where huge tankers transport oil to the "Lower 48".
Day 40 Valdez Attend a narrated tour of Prince William Sound on the LuLu Belle motor yacht. See the mighty Columbia Glacier, the largest tide-water glacier in the western hemisphere.
Day 41 Valdez Visit the Valdez Museum and Annex where you will see a replica of the Old Town, as it looked before the 1964 earthquake. See a documentary film that describes the impact of the earthquake. Visit the salmon spawning area and Duck Flats.
Day 42 Valdez Free Day. You may want to schedule a Salmon and Halibut fishing expedition.
Day 43 Tok Travel to Tok, Alaska. Along the way at roadside turnouts see snowcapped Mount Wrangell, Mount Drum and Mount Sanford.  Pizza Party in the evening.
Day 44 Chicken Travel up the Taylor Highway to the famous town of Chicken, Alaska. Tour this rustic and remote town's 4 unique stores. Tour a Gold Dredge used in the Chicken Valley to mine gold.
Day 45 Dawson City Travel over “Top-Of-The-World” Highway to the rip-roaring mining town of Dawson City, Yukon. Dawson City was the epicenter of the 1898 Gold Rush where 30,000 stampeders from all over the world assembled to “make their fortune”. In the evening we visit Diamond Tooth Gerties - Dawson City’s world famous gambling hall is named after 1898 Gold Rush dance hall queen Diamond Tooth Gertie (who actually wore a sparkling diamond between her two front teeth).
Day 46 Dawson City
  • Visit the Robert Service Cabin – Attend a program about the life and works of Robert Service, bard of the Yukon.
  • Visit the Dawson City Museum, housed in the beautifully restored Old Territorial Administration Building.
  • Visit Jack London’s Cabin – Attend a program about the life and works of this famous author.
Day 47 Dawson City
  • Tour Dredge #4 - The largest wooden hull, bucket-line dredge in North America.
  • Visit the Discovery Claim – It was at this point on Bonanza Creek that gold was found in 1896, and set off the Klondike Stampede of 1898.
Day 48 Dawson City Free Day in Dawson City
Day 49 Stewart Crossing Travel to Stewart Crossing on the Yukon.
Day 50 Whitehorse Continue our travels south on the Klondike Highwaypassing majestic mountains and crystal clear lakes to Whitehorse, Yukon.
Day 51 Skagway A fully narrated train and motor coach trip between Skagway, Alaska and Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. The iron trail was born during the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush and built through some of the North's most ruggedly beautiful terrain. Today, it's a comfortable ride in refurbished train cars following the original route of the hopeful Stampeders of 1898.
Day 52 Whitehorse Visit the Beringia Interpretive Center and Transportation Museum.
Day 53 Teslin Travel to Teslin, Yukon.
Day 54 Watson Lake Travel south on the Alaska Highway to Watson Lake. Join the staff for a Bingo Night with prizes.
Day 55 Iskut Travel the Cassiar Highway to Iskut, British Columbia. Stop at Jade City for unique jade art.
Day 56 Hyder It's back into Alaska where we visit Hyder. Along the way see the magnificent Bear Glacier nestled among beautiful snowcapped peaks.
Day 57 Hyder Tour Fish Creek Wildlife Viewing area where you will see grizzlies, black bear and bald eagles feeding on the abundant supply of salmon in the streams. Be sure to bring your camera.
Day 58 Hyder Free Day
Day 59 Smithers Visit the beautiful city of Smithers, British Columbia. Here we camp at a golf resort where you may want to play a round.
Day 60 Prince George Farewell Dinner and Social in Prince George, BC.