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Gray  Line Tours

Gray Line of Alaska offers a variety of modes of transportation and itinerary:

Gray Line tours are offered in major cities of Alaska. Below are a few for Fairbanks.

Departing from Fairbanks
Alaska Salmon Bake and Palace Theatre & Saloon - The Salmon Bake is located in the Mining Valley in Pioneer Park (formerly Alaskaland). Enter through an old mining tunnel and see sluice boxes, gold dredge buckets, & log cabins and relive those Gold Rush days of old. Enjoy a dinner of juicy halibut, King salmon and ribs or porterhouse steak.

Take a short walk through Alaskaland to the Palace Theatre and Saloon. The Golden Heart Revue is known for its lighthearted charm and delightful, original music. Complimentary roundtrip transfers to Pioneer Park from your hotel. (Dinner is served nightly between 5pm-9pm. Palace theater shows are at 6:30pm and 8:15pm)

3 1/2 Hours  $53.00
Arctic Circle: A Journey to Bush Alaska - Fly north from Fairbanks with Warbelow's Air across the Arctic Circle and land along the banks of the Yukon River for a visit to the Native Village of Fort Yukon, a village accessible only by air. Today, this Athabascan village is the largest in Alaska's Interior region. Your narrated flight above the Arctic Circle, follows the Bush Mail Route, while you enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Interior. Athabascan guides show you their village and share tales of historic and contemporary cultural life in a bush village. Following your return to Fairbanks, Arctic Circle Certificates will be presented. 3 1/2 Hours  $298.00
Discover the Gold & Sternwheeler Cruise/Tour - see below, combination of two tours. 8 Hours  $117.00
Discover the Gold Tour - Fairbanks owes its founding to the discovery of gold. Your driver-guide will bring those early days to life explaining the misadventures of one Capt. E.T. Barnette and how a rumor of gold actually panned out. Included are stops at Gold Dredge No. 8, the historic structure that dug the river bedrock of Goldstream and Engineer Creeks for Alaskan miners right up until 1959; and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, an 800-mile engineering miracle that carries Alaskan crude from Prudhoe Bay in the Arctic to the seacoast at Valdez. Tour includes a miner's lunch at Gold Dredge No. 8. 4 Hours  $60.00
Sternwheeler Cruise - Take an authentic sternwheeler on a scenic 20-mile roundtrip cruise down the Chena and Tanana Rivers. Enjoy 
lively narration, stop at a reconstructed Athabascan Indian Village to learn about native hunting and fishing techniques and watch a dogsled demonstration. Coffee and donuts served on board. Roundtrip transfers included.
4 Hours  $67.00

Gray Line of Alaska and the Yukon offers luxury LX Explorer Coaches™ equipped with huge tinted windows, reclining seats, air conditioning, onboard restrooms and air-soft suspension, the glass-domed McKinley Explorer railcars; and dayboats for day excursions on Portage Lake and the Yukon River.

Along the way, driver-guides give  a complete narrated story on the history, culture and geography of Alaska. They have over 50 sightseeing tours and dozens of pre-constructed, customizable package tours. Their number is 1-800-544-2206. Check their web site for prices and up-to-date information. Below is a sample of some of the longer tours offered:

bulletDenali Sampler: 3 days, 2 nights. Featuring Denali National Park, Anchorage and Fairbanks, with a variety of  tour options for exploring this great wilderness park.
bulletMcKinley Explorer: 5 days, 4 nights. Featuring travel aboard the luxurious railcars of the McKinley Explorer.
bulletDenali-Prince William Sound Explorer: 6 days, 5 nights. Featuring Prince William Sound,  Denali National Park and Preserve, Fairbanks and the luxurious McKinley Explorer railcars.
bulletAll Alaska Tour: 10 days, 9 nights. A comprehensive tour that includes the best of Alaska: Anchorage, Denali National Park and Preserve, Fairbanks, Canada's Yukon Territory and Skagway, and Juneau.

Gray Line of Alaska can be reached at their web site or by e-mail.


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