Get ready for a rugged Alaskan adventure you'll never forget! Your excursion starts with a 75-minute scenic boat ride down the Lynn Canal. Along the way keep a lookout for whales, seals, and eagles as you pass by majestic mountains and cascading waterfalls. Afterwards, you'll land on an exclusive beach at the Glacier Point ATV camp where your guides will show you the ins and outs of your ATVs. These aren't your everyday machines either. Instead, these ATVs are high powered and tailor made for this remote Alaskan terrain! After everyone is buckled in, you're ready to hit the trail!
Follow your guides as they lead you through the twists, turns, bumps, and mud of the trail. Take in the beauty of the forest, beach, and towering mountains around you. Your guides will make stops along the way to tell you about the nature and history surrounding you as well as giving you the opportunity to change drivers.
When you return to our ATV camp, you will have some time to relax and enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach before taking the return cruise to town.
Included: Picnic lunch.
Please note: Must weigh less than 300lbs. Must be at least 4'0" or 58 in. Must be 18 years old and have a valid driver's license to operate ATV. Any personal physical restrictions must be announced for safety purposes Guests must be in good physical condition and able to hike approx. a quarter mile over natural terrain.
Duration: 6-6.25 hours (Roundtrip from cruise ship terminal.)
- Roundtrip transportation
- Bottled water and boxed lunch
- Safety jackets and waterproof boots
- Minimum height: 58 inches
- Maximum weight: 300lbs
- Driver's must be 18 years or older and have a valid driver's license
Duration: 6-6.25 hours. Tour times below are approximate:
- 10 minutes walk from ship to marina
- 1.25 hours total scenic cruise to Glacier Point
- 40 minutes walk to camp / safety briefing / equipment setup / restroom break
- 1.75 hours ATV adventure on tough, technical course through the woods with stops at viewpoints of the Glacier, river, and ocean
- 35 minutes picnic lunch on the beach
- 1.5 hours return cruise to Skagway
- 10 minutes walk from marina back to ship
- Tour guides will greet you just outside your cruise ship dock in Skagway
ADA Accessibility of Tour:
- This tour is not wheelchair or limited mobility accessible.
My cruise ship arrives at 7:00am, will I be able to make the 7:30am tour time?
Yes! You will be greeted by our tour guides in front of your cruise ship, who will escort the you to the boat ride to Glacier Point. It is important that you are ready to exit the ship upon arrival in order to have ample time to meet your guides.
What is the seating arrangement in the boat?
Every boat has open seating as well as outside viewing areas when permitted.
Is there an inside seating area on the boat, is it heated?
The interior of the boat is heated when needed due to weather conditions to keep a comfortable environment.
What is the temperature on the water?
Air temperature can drop as much as 10°F with the wind chill factor when viewing whales outside.
Will I see any wildlife on this tour?
Wildlife is abundant in Southeast Alaska and sightings are possible on any tour, however this is not a designated wildlife watching tour and nothing can be guaranteed!
What is the seating arrangement in the ATV?
Every ATV seats up to 4 guests with one driver and 3 passengers, with 2 seats in the front and 2 seats in the rear of each vehicle.
Will I be able to walk on the glacier during this tour?
No, hiking on the glacier is not possible during this tour.
Are there any age restrictions for children?
There are no age restrictions for this tour however participants must meer height minimum of 58 inches and not exceed weight maximum of 300 lbs.
Are there any physical requirements for this tour?
Guests must be in good physical condition and able to hike approximately 1/4 mile natural terrain trail.
Can I bring a backpack?
Backpacks, small bags, and purses are allowed on this tour.
Can I bring my own food or drink?
Non-alcoholic beverages in a closeable containters and snacks are allowed on tour.
Are food and drink included?
Beverages and a lunch are included.
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