Whether you’re looking for a secluded cabin in the woods, or a lively hostel in downtown Whitehorse, you’ll find it here. There are plenty of options for modest to grand accommodations in custom cabins and lodges. For a communal atmosphere and a great opportunity to meet fellow travellers, stay in one of our highly regarded hostels.

From rustic to regal, enjoy your stay in a cozy Yukon lodge or cabin
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The Dawson City River Hostel is located across from Dawson City and along-side the Yukon River, with one of the best views of any accommodation business in Dawson City. Nine private rooms...
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Discovery Yukon Lodgings ( just 50km Southeast of Beaver Creek) boasts beautiful accommodations and finest RV facilities and tent camping in the Yukon

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The Dunroamin’ Retreat and bed and breakfast is a single log cabin that provides an authentic wilderness adventure yet is nestled within a tiny lakeside community (pop. 18)....

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Hidden away off-the-grid on famous Lake Laberge. Aurora viewing from cozy cabins. Individual cabin stays all year long. Add a canoe, kayak or boat rental in summer or a snow...

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Unique lodge offers true wilderness experience off the beaten track. Full-service lodge stay, self-contained log cabin rental, guided canoe and hiking trips. Small groups, remote...

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Cozy log cabins with a tremendous view over lakes, mountains and glaciers. All have a kitchen and barbecue on the big porch. Reasonable rates. Canoe and kayak rental.

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~ Serene ~ Spacious ~ Stunning A perfect place to get away from it all! Scenic views, private location, deluxe amenities. ~Your Home Away From Home
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Come and stay in our wilderness campground a 25-minute drive from downtown Whitehorse. Relax in our forested sites after a soak at the near by Takhini Hot Springs. New campground...

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Renowned as a unique location for Northern Lights viewing and for its cuisine, the log lodge has hosted famous and anonymous adventurers for 20 years
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