The Yukon is an outdoor lover’s paradise with endless rivers and trails to explore. And never any chance you’ll encounter a crowd.
An awesome adventure
Combine Canada’s original off-road vehicle with the Yukon’s wilderness waterways and you’ve got yourself an awesome adventure.
Trails to Explore
Back when the Klondike Gold Rush was getting underway, visitors to the Yukon had little choice but to hike over mountains. You do have a choice. But we recommend you do it anyway.
The Yukon is a sharing kind of place. The wildlife shares their wilderness with us and we share our roads (and sometimes golf courses) with them. It seems to work.
Mountain Biking Nirvana
gnarl·y adj. (slang) Remarkable; outstanding.
ep·ic adj.(informal) particularly impressive or remarkable.
air n. space between the tires and the ground. Said to be “caught” or “gotten”.
Catch serious air on some of the gnarliest single track anywhere. Epic.
If you like icebergs, glaciers, mountains and the odd bit of grizzly bear watching with your Class 3 rapids then the Tatshenshini-Alsek river system is the spot for you.
Located directly below a freeway for migratory birds (the Pacific Flyway) means the Yukon is in prime birding territory. 284 species live or sojourn annually in the Yukon.
Land the Big One
All those tall tales you usually tell about the really big one that got away? You won’t need those.
Million Star Resorts
Check in at one of our million star resorts. We’ll throw in the light show for free.