Pan for Gold with us in the wilderness!

Memories from last summer

Emerald Lake in her colors.


Kissing Bears

Bears will soon be kissing again, as spring always follows winter.

The Duke n Duchess visit Carcross!

Taste of Yukon!

Meet Chef Mike and some of our staff! We are so excited for next year’s “Taste of Yukon” Tour. Watch for it to appear on our newly updated home page soon!img_3010

Foodies? Try “Taste of the Yukon”.

We will offer a tour for foodies next year, called “Taste of the Yukon.”

At our End of Season Party, Chef Mike prepared a 6 course meal to die for! Most of the ingrediensts were foraged from the woods or Yukon garden. Check back to see when we’ve listed this!img_3004

Tutshi Dog Mushing Camp

Tutshi Dog Mushing Camp, with Michelle Phillips, offers fun rides behind her Iditarod race champions. They pull you through  beautiful scenery of the Canadian wilderness!

Tutshi Dog Mushing Camp, with Michelle Phillips, offers fun rides behind her Iditarod race champions. They pull you through beautiful scenery of the Canadian wilderness!

Newest Mascot!

Our newest Mascot, Hattie May, joins three of our female guides at Fraser, just before going on a visit to Michelle Phillip’s dog sled camp.

New Tutshi Dog Mushing Camp is a BIG HIT!

This photo cracks me up!

Taken after one of our weddings. The bride is signing the marriage license… Look at the groom’s hand! It’s as if he’s saying, “Oh no! What have I done?”IMG_2759

New Vans!

Our 11 and 14 passenger 2015 Ford Transit Vans, with high ceilings, are comfortable, clean and very affordable for tours. With a guide included, the cost is $147 per hour. Customize your tour for any length of time. Choose the tour options that fit your interest!jm160523_0126

Scavenger Hunt!

Our scavenger hunt is a huge hit with the kids. They get a booklet with clues, and when they find treasure, (at about six stops throughout the day), they get to keep their favorite item. emerald-lake-tour-june

Picnic Menu from Caribou Crossing Coffee Shop!

Welcome to our new Caribou Crossing Coffee Picnic Menu. A larger format is found above, titled as Picnic Menu! Email to let Heike know what you’d like for your picnic lunch. You may choose to eat at one of Beyond Skagway’s wilderness settings, during your tour. Your picnic payment may be made to Heike.

Tutshi Sled Dog Camp!

Michelle Phillips, 13 time Iditarod and Yukon Quest Racer, has opened a new dog sled camp for all to enjoy. We stop here when you request a visit, either to pet the pups or take a dog cart ride through beautiful Yukon wilderness and visit Michelle. She enjoys chatting with you about her experiences on the trail and her “off the grid” lifestyle. We will take you here, if you’d like!13346426_10210205523715105_877417576715704671_n

Staff Meeting with Thai Take Out!

Here’s where Beyond Skagway Tours held last night’s staff meeting. We enjoyed take out from our local Thai Restaurant, Starfire, and a little practice in the art of panning for gold in the creek. It’s what we do; bi-monthly meetings, where we learn something new and have a little fun in the process.IMG_2721

Tis the Season!

Cruise ship season has arrived in Skagway~ Here they come!P1070216

New Water Filters and Bottles!

In an effort to protect our environment from additional plastic, it’s our aim to be more effective in not using throw away bottles. Instead, we will be stopping at Bridal Veil Falls, to fill your new water bottle with filtered water.

You may purchase a new water bottle with our logo on it, for $3 each. Your money then goes to an environmental group that we support! It’s a win win situation! You get to drink glacier water during your tour, you take home a reusable water bottle, an environmental group benefits with our support and our earth breathes a little easier, knowing we won’t be adding plastic to it!

There’s no need to filter this glacier water, as it is very pure, but this will eliminate any worries! Our filters will protect you from 99.94% of bacteria, including Giardia.

Thank you! Becky

Spring Break Up~

Spring is breaking up early this year~ Following an extra mild winter, we are heading into record breaking warm temps this spring. Let’s hope for a warm and beautiful day when you visit us, and go Beyond Skagway!

Emerald Lake Beautiful

Emerald Lake should be thawed out by mid-May! It’s one of the prettiest lakes I’ve ever seen.IMG_3069