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  1. We are booked for Alaska in August. We were planning to do the White Pass rail excursion. But then we saw one that combines the rail trip with a crossover into BC for a hike and suspension bridge. I like the sound of the combo tour, but I want to make sure we get a good, scenic ride on the railway. Any advice from those who have done one or the other, or both?
  2. We're booked for Alaska on Celebrity in August, 2021. We originally planned on just riding the train. But now my husband is thinking he'd like to do a combo tour with the train and a crossing into BC to hike and cross a suspension bridge. Has anyone done such a combo tour? I'm wondering if we'll see enough scenery on the rail part of the tour. I plan to contact Celebrity, but it takes a while for them to get back to you with specific info. Thanks in advance!
  3. Thanks for all the input. We went with the Number 1 recommended tour - the White Pass Railway. Hoping we get to go!
  4. Thank you. Yes, we are booking directly through Celebrity. We're thinking if the cruise is canceled, we'll have a better chance of getting our money back!
  5. If the planets align before May, I am going on my first Alaska cruise! I have already booked excursions for Ketchikan and Victoria. I am torn between two in Skagway. Actually I would like to do both since we are in port all day. I'm looking for first-hand experience with these two excursions, and whether it's possible to do both in one day. The two choices are a To the Summit drive that is 90 minutes, and an Alaska sled dogs and mushers camp that is 3 hours and 15 minutes. I have no idea how far apart these are, and if I could get from one to the other. We are in port from 7 AM to 6 PM. Thanks
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