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Discover Yukon

Wild, mountainous and sparsely populated, Canada’s ‘true north’ offers a wilderness experience like no other. While in bustling Whitehorse, visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and Miles Canyon, and after enjoying the somewhat offbeat vibe of Dawson City, venture to nearby Tombstone Territorial Park (aka bear country).

Your time outdoors should include Kluane National Park to see Canada’s tallest peak, Mt Logan, and the world’s largest ice fields below the Artic. Otherwise take your pick of canoeing, salmon fishing, dog-sledding and hiking. You’ll enjoy the fact that time has done little to change things here.


Dawson City

A small town in Yukon, Dawson ‘City’ has a scenic setting on the Yukon River and a backdrop of forested mountains. It is also a ‘First Nation’ – an original settlement of Canada’s native Indian people – with a rich cultural heritage. Visitors can delve into the history and modern lifestyle of the indigenous Hän People at the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre, or enjoy the creative offerings of the town’s various arts institutions.

Alternatively, go gambling at Diamond Tooth Gerties Casino, Canada’s first legal gambling establishment.

Summer outdoor pursuits include fishing or boating on the Klondike River, and hiking up the ‘Midnight Dome’ to enjoy panoramic views over the Yukon River, Klondike valleys and the Ogilvie Mountain Range on the far horizon. In winter, visitors can take their pick of snowshoeing or dogsledding and participate in the annual Thaw DiGras axe-throwing competition!



Embraced by the banks of the Yukon River and surrounded by the peaks of the Grey and Golden Horn mountains, Whitehorse is complemented by more nature than you’ll know what to do with. Tour the S.S. Klondike sternwheeler for a touch of Gold Rush history, head off to Miles Canyon and walk the suspension bridge, and take your pick of more than 700km of trails that will connect you to rivers, lakes, valleys and mountains.

Visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve where the combination of lowland, wetlands and steep rock cliff makes for great wildlife viewing. The city also boasts a vibrant visual arts community and its very own snow-sculpting team.


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Travel Details

Flights from the UK to Whitehorse are via Vancouver and take approximately 15 hours including the change of aircraft



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