Yakutat is a lesser-known village in the North American state of Alaska with wonderful outdoor recreational activities in store for travellers. Home to some arresting views of the Gulf of Alaska, this hamlet is interestingly far, far away from the internet. Situated in the northern reaches of the Inside Passage route, Yakutat is an immersive cultural experience owing to the presence of its traditional local communities. You could perhaps go fishing for as long as you like or allow glaciers and fjords to amaze you. Bid a temporary farewell to that Facebook account of yours.
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This city is not to be missed with amazing culture, food, and activities to keep you entertained. Cross over into Canada to explore the outdoor activities and sophisticated amenities of a world-class city. Spend a few days exploring this coastal seaport relaxing at Stanley Park or its beautiful beaches. Take a leisurely stroll through Gas town boost, check out Grouse Mountain with lumberjack shows and a multitude of activities from zip lining to paragliding.
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I’m up early and all excited to discover Skagway, where the ship will be stationed for about 10 hours today. At Skagway, I decide to do the 40-mile round-trip summit excursion of the historic narrow gauge White Pass and Yukon Route railroad. Climbing nearly 3,000 feet in elevation all the way up to the US-Canadian border in the comfortable coaches is an unparalleled experience. Watching the unsurpassed splendour around me—the mammoth vista of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, and historic sites—makes me feel like I could almost live here.