The White Pass Journey

Includes all new footage that captures the WP&YR experience and history from Skagway, Alaska, to Fraser, B.C. and from Fraser, B.C., to Carcross, Yukon. Fully narrated with insights and historical context.

Skagway, Alaska to Fraser, B.C. (37 minutes)
Fraser, B.C. to Carcross, Yukon (11 minutes)

Bonus Materials

The Roy Minter film White Pass & Yukon features dynamic black and white and Technicolor footage from the 1950’s. Follow the origins of the railroad from the Klondike Gold Rush era to the 1950s when it was the transportation lifeline to the Yukon and its emerging mining industry. It’s one of four films in the Frontier Buster Series.
23:27 Minutes

Graeme Peters plays the antique piano at the historic Bennett Station/Eating House.
12:09 Minutes

Rotary Snow Plow No. 1 was built in 1898. Pushed by 2 helper engines, the rotary’s 10 huge blades sent snow flying out to the side of the tracks by centrifugal force. It was retired in 1965 but was run again in 2009 and 2011 to clear the rail between White Pass Summit and Lake Bennett.
7:57 Minutes

“The White Pass Railroad” – Original music by Del McCoury and songwriter Laurence Baer.
3:39 Minutes

WP&YR Photo Contest slideshow showcasing the best photos taken by our passengers!
7:57 Minutes