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Enjoy an interpretive walk through a re-created village, where you will hear stories and experience what life was like for the Southern Tutchone of the central Yukon. From animal and fish traps, to housing and storage structures, you will learn and be amazed at the ingenuity that our ancestors had to make life vibrant in the far north.
You will then get to enjoy hot tea and traditional bannock comfortably nestled in this First Nation Village in the Yukon’s wilderness.
Our fully guided tour will then take you by the historic village of Champagne (Shadhäla – where the sun hits the mountains), an important meeting and trading location for the First Nations people of the area. In addition, enjoy the scenic drive heading west on the famed Alaska Highway and learn how the construction of this and the Klondike & Kluane Gold Rush events changed the Yukon.
This is an excellent half day cultural experience combined with a historical drive to get you on the outskirts of Whitehorse and into the beautiful land of Champagne Aishihik’s Traditional Territory.
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Price includes GST but not appreciated tips/gratuities.
|Regions: Whitehorse Region|
|Categories: Cultural Centres, Museums & Cultural Centres, Travel Agents and Tour Operators, Day Trips|