Diamond Tooth Girdy Casino - Dawson City, Yukon
The Woodland Cariboo
Go on a cruise - Yukon River Paddlewheel
Be sure to bring along a sign to plant in the signpost forest.
Yukon, Canada : Travel Guide
Yukon Territory Travel Guide
In the summer, days are long, and the Yukon Territory is the land of the midnight sun. In the Yukon winters, days are short, and the Yukon is the land of the northern lights. Year round, the Yukon, Canada is an adventure destination recognized for its sightseeing highways, wildlife sightings, rivers and lakes, heritage sites and trails, historic buildings, dog sledding, First Nation art, the Klondike Gold Rush and so much more.
The Yukon is a wilderness playground surrounded by wilderness playgrounds. Directly to the south of the Yukon is the Liard River Basin and to the north is the Arctic Circle. To the east is the Mackenzie Mountain Range and to the west are the Ogilvie, St Elias and Dawson Mountain Ranges.
Yukon Canada was first explored via its network of rivers and lakes. The First Nation people explored the waterways for hunting, fishing and traveling from village to village. Then came the miners. They followed the same rivers and lakes in their quest for gold during the Klondike Gold Rush.
In 1950 life changed in the Yukon with the construction of the Alaska Highway. Today, the Yukon is a popular choice for travel & RVing because of the network of highways in the Yukon Territory.
Travel to the Yukon, discover the rivers and lakes, now historic rivers and lakes, provide an extensive network of waterways fo travel and outdoor activities in the territory like canoeing, fishing, kayaking, river rafting and boating. The backcountry gravel roads and recreation trails provide paths and routes for adventures like hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding and off roading.
Each community, big and small, provides directions for self guided heritage tours visiting with museums, galleries, historic buildings, sites and artifacts. Your Yukon travel experience can include historic riverboats, trapper cabins, famous poets, writers, roadhouses, motels, saloons, art galleries and so on. There are heritage buildings and artifacts dating back to the 1900s hosted by actors in period clothing.
Travel to the Yukon in the winter months and see the most amazing discplay of the Northern Lights. The days get shorter, the ground is covered in snow, lakes and rivers are frozen and the temperatures drop below zero. Perfect conditions for winter adventures like; dog sledding, alpine skiing, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing.
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