The tiny town of Skagway consists of two streets, where you'll find all the houses, shops and restaurants. Taking pictures without other tourists in them is impossible, but it's still worth a look because most of the buildings have been restored and give the impression of stepping back in time to the days of the gold rush in Alaska.
This waterfall is about a ten minute walk from the path from the back of the Gold Rush Cemetery in Skagway. To enjoy the incredible views, it's best to walk along the river to Yakutania, although it's also possible to rent a bike. Hint: the hike is fairly easy, but it is essential to wear appropriate footwear, especially if there's any danger of rain or mud.