Inside Passage — Skagway

In Skagway we took the White Pass & Yukon scenic narrow gauge railroad to Fraser, British Columbia (don’t forget your passport!). Once we arrived in Fraser, we boarded a tour bus for a short ride to the Yukon Suspension Bridge over the Tutshi River. The 200 foot long pedestrian bridge crosses the river at a height of 65 feet and was constructed in 2006. Due to the remoteness of the bridge, a helicopter was used to install the support tower on the far side of the bridge.

As we returned to the ship, a couple of seals entertained us by swimming by the pier where the Grand Princess was docked.

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