The Yukon captures the hearts and imaginations of travellers from around the globe. Its vastness beckons explorers, its terrain appeals to adventurers and its natural beauty seals the deal for Instagrammers.
The Yukon is a perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Rivers run for miles, the hiking trails are endless and there are more snow activities than pictures of the northern lights on our social feed.
The Yukon may be famous for its gold rush history and diverse Indigenous cultures, but there’s much more to delve into once you’re here.
If you listen close, you can hear sounds of nature between all the “oohs” and “ahhs”.
Not all of our vehicles are husky powered, so buckle up for some of North America’s most unique natural and cultural attractions.
About 80 percent of the Yukon remains, so you really couldn’t miss it if you tried.