After docking in Skagway, Alaska, we rented a car and took a drive northward on the South Klondike Highway. The highway runs 98 miles through British Columbia and the Yukon to the Alaska Highway 10 miles east of Whitehorse. Each curve in the the road brought jaw-dropping scenery, from towering granite peaks to pristine lakes. We travelled about 60 miles, into Yukon Territory (“Larger Than Life – Plus Grande Que Nature”), before needing to turn around to get back to the ship. We were but a speck along this amazing highway surrounded by nature’s magnificent beauty in all its glory.