2. Skagway, Alaska

Situated on the northernmost banks of the Chilkoot Inlet, Skagway is a secret gateway to the bygone Klondike Gold Rush era. Prepare to feel like you've stepped straight onto the movie set of an old Western as soon as you arrive. Wooden sidewalks are lined with faux storefronts, honky-tonk ragtime tunes drift from saloons, and snow-capped mountains provide a dramatic backdrop. While you're in town, take a trip through the historic White Mountain Pass via the White Pass and Yukon Route Railway.

Skagway, AK Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Historic buildings are interspersed with new modern buildings

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