A natural environment that’s begging to be explored

Located in the northwest region of Canada, the Yukon is bordered by Alaska to the west, the Northwest Territories to the east, the Beaufort Sea to the north, and British Columbia to the south. There’s an abundance of alpine-fed lakes, wild rivers, white-capped mountains, tundra and more boreal forest than you can shake a boreal stick at.

Mount Logan and Kluane National Park are standouts for sure, but don’t just settle for the obvious—make up your own mind when you visit the Yukon.