Earlier this week, I posted a photo of the Alaskan Range before our last Alaskan cruise. Fast forward to the cruise, one of our stops was in Skagway, Alaska. For those who haven't been on a cruise before, the cruise line offers several excursions that you can sign up for while spending the day in each port. When I read the descriptions of the excursions for Skagway, there was no question which one I was taking. Why? Let's see. Board a narrow gauge train and ride 20 miles to the White Pass Summit over a railroad that was built as part of the Klondike Gold Rush in 1898. After spending some time there, head through British Columbia and into the Yukon Territory to visit the Yukon Suspension Bridge. That's why.
The suspension bridge is a 200-foot long pedestrian bridge that traverses over the Tutshi River Canyon. Standing on the bridge, directly over the middle of the Tutshi River, gives photographers a great leading line to some beautiful mountains looking in either direction. I don't know the name of the mountain in this photo but it is sure beautiful.