Discover the Colors of Alaska and the Yukon’s Golden Circle
Color your Alaskan-Yukon learning adventure in autumn's gold as you raft a bald eagle reserve, learn about the Tlingit people and stargaze in the land of the Northern Lights.
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Program No. 22260RJ
9 days
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Delight in the fall colors of the historic Yukon! Dig into the history of the Gold Rush and immerse yourself in the culture of the native Tlingit people. Get up close to nature as you raft through a bald eagle preserve, visit animal habitats, watch for bears hunting for lake salmon and hike in a 7,700-square-mile national park.
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Keep the Pace
Walk up to 2 miles in a day along boardwalks and rocky uneven pathways. Most hotels have stairs and no elevators.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • If skies allow, escape the lights of town to spend an evening beneath the spectacular Northern Lights.
  • Visit a wildlife preserve to see moose, bison, caribou, foxes, lynx, muskoxen and bald eagles.
  • Raft the Chilkat River to experience a Tlingit village.
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Jerri Roberts
After a successful career in the aerospace and semiconductor industries, Jerri Roberts moved to Denali Park, Alaska. Her love of the natural world began when she was introduced to National Parks and the outdoors. Jerri was an Interpretive Ranger in Denali National Park where she had the opportunity to introduce Alaska to thousands of visitors. Jerri has been an instructor for Road Scholar in Alaska and Cuba for 14 years. She has a broad perspective on Alaska’s culture, history and natural history.
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