Welcome to Yukon Territory


Any visit will mean much time outdoors: Canada's five tallest mountains and the world's largest ice fields below the Arctic are all within Kluane National Park, while canoe expeditions down the Yukon River are epic. And don't forget the people: get set to appreciate the offbeat vibe of Dawson City and the bustle of Whitehorse, and join the growing numbers of people who've discovered the Yukon thanks to TV shows such as Yukon Gold and Dr Oakley: Yukon Vet.


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$105.25 Outdoor Activities

Arctic Day: Evening Aurora Viewing

A chemical light reaction caused when solar energy interacts with the Earth’s atmosphere, producing dramatic, dancing waves of green light from one horizon to another. The Northern Lights have captivated viewers since the beginning of time, as evidence by the many Yukon First Nation legends they’ve inspired.Enjoy a Aurora viewing tour at a custom built Aurora viewing location, far from the lights of the city, so you can experience the Northern Lights for yourself – and create your own legends.

$113.41 Outdoor Activities

Arctic Day: Yukon Wildlife and Hot Springs Tour

After pickup from your Whitehorse hotel, visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve to view and photography native wildlife. Dall sheep, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, mule deer, wapiti (elk), woodland caribou, wood bison, musk-ox, moose and even lynx can all seen on this tour, usually up close! Then travel to the nearby Takhini Hot Springs for a dip in the outdoor hot springs pool, a warm sanctuary amid the cold weather and a must-do activity while visiting Whitehorse. After your tour, you'll be taken back to your hotel.

$545.84 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Yukon Aurora Borealis Viewing 4-Day Small-Group Tour

Day 1:  Arrival Whitehorse: Transfer to your hotel located in the heart of the city, not far from the banks of the Yukon River. Whitehorse is small and easy to explore on foot or by vehicle. Later in the evening we set out to the AuroraCentre where we’ll seek the sight of northern lights. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse. Day 2: Northern Lights Viewing at the Aurora Centre: In the late morning you will discover the sights of Whitehorse, historic and yet trendy, on a city tour with character. Visit the SS Klondike National Historic Site; among the last of the great paddle wheelers that plied the Yukon River system until the 1950’s, the Old Log Church; the oldest building in Whitehorse, the unique Log Cabin Skyscraper; a three story tower made completely out of logs. And when you’ve seen all these top sites, Main Street is perfect for strolling and shopping with its shops galleries and café’s. Afternoon is free for optional sightseeing and touring. 1) In the winter season you have the option to try dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or ice fishing. 2) In the summer/fall season you have the option to try canoeing or go on a guided hiking tour. After a relaxed dinner in Whitehorse, you’ll be back on the road again. Relax in sheltered comfort, or under the starry sky beside a warm fire at one of our tailor-made aurora viewing locations. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse. Day 3: Northern Lights Viewing at the Aurora Centre: Day free for optional sightseeing and touring. 1) In the winter season you have the option to try one of the many Yukon winter activities. You’ll get the chance to experience Jack London’s Yukon while experiencing the region’s most popular sport, dog sledding! After a detailed safety briefing and hooking up the dogs, you’ll soon be on your way along the shores of a frozen alpine lake, surrounded by snowy mountains. Buck and White Fang will spring to mind as you feel the power and endurance of the loveable Alaskan huskies, with their steamy breath curling above their ears and the hiss of the sled whisking over the trail. 2) In the summer/fall season you have the option to experience the beautiful scenery of Kluane National Park or the stunning vista of White Pass on the way to Skagway on one of the available day tours. Later in the evening we set out once more to the AuroraCentre where we’ll seek the sight of northern lights. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse Day 4: Departure Whitehorse: Day free for optional sightseeing and touring. Today, you might appreciate the opportunity to experience the Yukon at a more relaxing pace. Or, to cap of your eventful stay in the Yukon, take a 20 minute flightseeing tour and soar above the spectacular winter scenery while reflecting on your memorable stay in one of Canada’s most stunning locations. Transfer to the airport, check in for your southbound flight

$505.08 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3 Days Tour Fall Color in Yukon from Whitehorse

Real hands-on experience Day 1: (Sunday or Thursday) Arrival dayYou will be picked up at the airport and bring you to the lodge located in the Yukon Wilderness.Check in the room,(shared bathrooms) introduction to the off the grid lifestyle and the dogs. Handing out cold weather clothing. Night 1:Cozy set up on deck for guest to stay out and wait for the northern lights.Hot drinks and snacks provided. Also two living rooms in the house with cozy sofas and lots of interesting books to look at so guests do not have to wait in the cold. Day 2 AM:Fall training run with the dogs. No snow yet to pull a sled so the dogs will pull a ATV. Up to 12 dogs on one ATV , educational part of how to harness and bootie the dogs, Approx. 1 hour on the ATV, after a walk with dogs to the shore of the Takhini RiverLunch at the Lodge Afternoon:Trip to the Wildlife preserve and the Hotsprings. One of the guides will take you to see a variety of species that call Yukon their home before you soak in the warm and relaxing water at the Takhini Hot Pools. Night 2:Another night to watch for the skies to light up with the northern lights. Use the tripods provided to get the perfect shot.Day 3 am: Time to catch up on some sleep. Pm: 3-hour canoe trip on the Takhini River (two hours on the water) amazing fall colors along the river, and the chance to see wildlife. Beavers call the Takhini River their home and you will be able to see their houses and dams along the way Night 3:Last night to stay up and enjoy the comfort of the lodge. Day 4:  Departure dayDrop off at the airport or at a hotel in town, depending on guest arrangements.

$154.20 Water Sports

Whitehorse to Yukon River Canoeing Small-Group Tour

On this half-day or full-day tour, get picked up from your Whitehorse hotel and taken to the Yukon River. Hop in a canoe and paddle down the historic Yukon River to the confluence of the Takhini River, or all the way to the beginning of Lake Laberge. Enjoy the peaceful scenery along the way, and keep an eye out for Alaskan wildlife. All equipment is included, plus snacks and drinks. You'll be taken back to your Whitehorse hotel after your tour.

$105.25 Outdoor Activities

Westmark to Miles Canyon Arctic Hiking Tour Half or Full Day

On this tour you will get to see some of the most breathtaking views of the Yukon’s landscape and scenery. Hike a well-established trail up to a mountain side overlooking one of the most scenic alpine lakes in the Yukon. The panoramic views let you enjoy the vast open space of the Yukon. After a lunch stop, you'll make your way back to town.Half-day tour includes hiking around Miles Canyon. Full-day includes hiking at Fish Lake.

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