Hike the Chilkoot Trail


Credit: Tourism Yukon
Credit: Tourism Yukon


One hundred years ago, thousands of hardy men and women struggled over this Pass and down the Yukon River to the Klondike Goldfields. The Northwest Mounted Police required that all people had to carry their grubstake, one year’s provisions, with them. For some, this meant more than 30 trips over the Chilkoot Pass carrying their heavy backpacks. Driven by the hopes of unbelievable riches, they overcame great obstacles just to find out that they were too late! Today, we’ll retrace the Stampeders’ route one-way over the Chilkoot Pass. Reminders of their passing lie everywhere. We will carry just a light load compared to the stampeders and we do have a different goal: our treasure lies in the adventure itself!

For more information about the itinerary and cost, visit Great Canadian Trails (a division of World Expeditions)



The  guided Chilkoot Trail includes:

  • 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners
  • 2 nights twin share accommodation in Whitehorse
  • 4 nights wilderness camping
  • Licensed wilderness guide and assistant(s) to help reduce pack weight
  • All camping and kitchen equipment except for sleeping bag and mat
  • Emergency equipment (first aid kit, bear spray, satellite phone)
  • Airport transfers on Day 1 and Day 7
  • Private transportation during the trip
  • Park fees and permits

The cost is CAN$2279 per person. For more information, fill out the form below, or call 1-800-567-2216.  Don’t forget to mention The Great Canadian Bucket List!