Skagway, Alaska

city in Alaska, United States

Skagway is a city and borough in Alaska. It became famous from Soapy Smith.


The port of Skagway provides sea access to cruise ships and ferries.

Skagway is one of three Southeast Alaskan cities with a road to the Continental United States; Skagway is the southern end of the Klondike Highway. The road was built in 1978. The road links Skagway to Whitehorse, the Yukon, northern British Columbia, and the Alaska Highway.

The ferry system called "the Alaska Marine Highway" also stops at Skagway.

Skagway has a small airport.