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60 Day Premier Alaska

Jun 10, 2024 - Aug 08, 2024

LIMITED AVAILABILITY! PLEASE CALL 1-800-952-8496
  • 59 nights (camping)
  • | 66 meals & events
  • | 6144 driving miles
  • | 212 avg daily miles

Tour Overview & Route

North to Alaska, Land of the Midnight Sun, impressive glaciers, abundant wildlife, native villages and quaint mining camps. And the scenery? It’s a given in these parts, from crystal lakes to imposing mountains. The opportunities for discovery and exciting experiences are as vast as this land. Soar from a zip line, explore an ice field, marvel at Mt. Denali. You’ll come away with extraordinary fish stories (except these will be true), after dropping a hook for salmon or halibut.

Tour Prices

2 Person Price Per Rig

$15,395

1 Person Price Per Rig

$11,995

Guest Price Per Rig

$6,595

Tour Features & Itinerary


  • Orientation & Get Acquainted Social – meet your Ambassadors and fellow guests
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Boat Cruise on Lake Coeur d’Alene-The boat cruise is a fascinating mix of scenery, local history, and wildlife watching.

  • Soak in Hot Springs-- The pools are fed by a virtually unlimited supply of 155-degree natural hot spring water

  • Canadian Rockies Private Motorcoach Tour with Guide Johnston Canyon, Lake Louise, Spiral Tracks, Natural Bridge, Banff & Yoho National Parks
  • Lunch Lake Louise Ski Area

  • EN-ROUTE - Columbia Icefields via Snowcoach--is the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains.
  • EN-ROUTE OPTIONAL - Athabasca Falls- is known for its force due to the large quantity of water falling into the gorge.
  • OPTIONAL-Explore Jasper--Jasper Sky Tram, Whitewater Rafting, Maligne Canyon, Beaver Boardwalk, and Northern Rockies Museum
  • Campground Cookout – food, fun and friends!

  • Mile '0' Group Photo
  • Alaska Highway Presentation & Certificate--A short presentation about Dawson Creek

  • OPTIONAL-Fort Nelson Heritage Museum-The theme of our museum is "Transportation"

  • Northern Rockies Signature Dinner

  • Visit the famous Sign Post Forest - Hang a Sign!
  • OPTIONAL -Northern Lights Show

  • Whitehorse Bus Tour: Fish Ladder, Downtown Whitehorse
  • Guided SS Klondike Tour-- was the largest of the fleet.
  • Tour MukTuk Sled Dog Kennel with Taste of Yukon Lunch

  • Travel the Klondike-- Loop which is famous for following the trail taken by gold prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush through the Yukon and Alaska.
  • Dawson City Walking Tour --Narration of the Gold Rush History in town
  • Diamond Tooth Gertie's Gambling Hall & Can-Can Show-- world famous non-profit gambling hall is named after bonafide dance hall queen Diamond Tooth Gertie
  • Visit the Midnight Dome-It is called the Midnight Dome because for decades people have gathered on the top of the hill to watch the midnight sun and the changing colors of the night sky.

  • Ferry Across the Yukon River & Travel the Top of the World Highway
  • Welcome to Alaska Social
  • Alaska Dessert Social


  • OPTIONAL - Salmon Charter Fishing, Solomon Gulch Hatchery, Columbia Glacier, and Valdez Museum
  • Prince William Sound Boat Tour: Includes a bagel, and Lunch Sea Life and Whale Watching, and Columbia or Mears Glaciers

  • OPTIONAL - Palmer Visitor Center & Museum, Reindeer Farm, New Deal Resettlement Homesteads, Independence Mine, Hatcher Pass
  • Musk OX Farm Guided Tour-a close up experience of these magnificent animals

  • 5 hour Resurrection Bay Tour with lunch-You'll pass by glaciers and natural areas full of wildlife
  • Alaska Sea Life Center & Puffin Experience--Meet our puffins and other resident bird species
  • OPTIONAL - Explore Exit Glacier and Seward Harbor Area ,Book a Charter Fishing Excursion,Helicopter Rides, and Dog-sledding

  • OPTIONAL -Kilcher Farm-history of the homestead, the "reality behind the reality" of the Alaska: the Last Frontier show,
  • OPTIONAL-Explore Homer and Camp on the Homer Spit
  • Campground Cookout on the Spit
  • OPTIONAL - Halibut Charter Fishing, Seldovia Artist Community, Bear Adventures by Air, Salmon Fishing at Campsite and Bear Creek Winery

  • Alaska Native Heritage Center- shares the heritage of Alaska's 11 major cultural groups

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation
  • Cabin Night Theater-the popular dinner theater performed in an authentic, log cabin
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation
  • Denali National Park Tundra Wilderness Guided Private Tour with snack - History, beautiful landscape, Wildflowers & Wildlife Mt. Denali photo op (when visible)
  • Scenic Rafting-You may see moose, sheep, caribou and bear, as you raft downstream 11 miles. The most scenic portion of the Nenana River gives you thrilling, and enjoyable rafting.

  • Pioneer Village Alaska Salmon Bake
  • Palace Theater Show-“The Number One Show Throughout Alaska and Canada”
  • Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise: Includes Athabasca Village, Susan Butcher Sled Dog Center, Float Plane Demonstration
  • Local Lunch
  • University of Alaska Museum-The museum's exhibits are the best introduction to Alaska’s diverse wildlife, people, and landscapes.
  • OPTIONAL - Arctic Circle Excursion, Fairbanks Ice Museum, North Pole Santa Claus House, Chena Hot Springs Resort
  • Gold Dredge #8 Tour: Includes Tanana Valley Railroad, panning for Gold and visiting the Trans-Alyeska pipeline

  • Explore the Athabascan Villages Trade Center


  • OPTIONAL in Haines Kroschel Wildlife Center,Sheldon Center,Port Chilkoot Distillery, Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, and Hammer Museum
  • Juneau Capitol City Excursion: Wildlife Cruise, Whale Watching, Eldred Rock Lighthouse, Boat Trip to Juneau with breakfast and afternoon chowder
  • Visit the Mendenhall Glacier-The ice extends about 150 - 250 feet under the water ◼ The glacier is about 12 miles (19 km) long
  • Private Transportation
  • Haines Skagway Fast Ferry
  • White Pass/Yukon Railroad Train Excursion--The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls.

  • Explore the Capital of the Yukon

  • Overnight stop with Mountain Scenery
  • Local Dinner & Living History Presentation

  • EN-ROUTE OPTION - Jade City-- The region around Jade City is rich with serpentinite (a jade precursor), greenstone (jade look-a-likes), and Nephrite jade. The region is home to 92% of the world's nephrite jade
  • Campground Cookout

  • Bear Viewing in Hyder at Fish Creek [2 days]
  • OPTIONAL - Self Drive to Salmon Glacier, Fishing, Stewart Museum, Toastworks Museum, and Estuary Boardwalk


  • Overnight stop in the territory of the Lheidi T'enneh

  • Explore Hat Creek Ranch- guided tour of both the Native Interpretation Center and the Historic Hat Creek Roadhouse, (guides in costumes) plus a ride on the Stagecoach.

  • EN-ROUTE - Hell's Gate AirTram Ride and Lunch-These aerial trams will give you a birds' eye view of this historic landmark
  • Farewell Dinner
  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast – grab some food and coffee before we part ways