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With a history that’s almost tangible and landscapes to rival anywhere in the Rockies, the Yukon is like nowhere else in Canada. Raging rivers flow between mountains that are locked in snow for much of the year. Glaciers and ice fields continue to shape the landscape. And, dense forests provide habitat for grizzly bears, moose and wolverines. It’s an untamed region, but our specialists will use their first-hand experiences to help plan your trip to the Yukon.

Kluane National Park, YukonKluane National Park is home to Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan. You can follow hiking trails that ribbon through its green valleys, or picnic by the aquamarine waters of Kluane Lake. From August until April, you have a chance of seeing the northern lights strobing across the night sky — we can arrange for you to visit the best places for seeing this natural phenomenon.

As well as the Yukon’s wilderness, our specialists have explored its towns, many of which sprang up during the late 19th-century Klondike Gold Rush. Dawson City has barely changed since then — wooden boardwalks and dirt roads link false-fronted houses, you can still pan for gold at nearby Bonanza Creek, and in old saloons you might hear locals sharing unlikely tales.

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Places to visit in the Yukon

Featuring heavily on our experiences of visiting the Yukon, these selected places are destinations that also prove consistently popular with our travellers. Our specialists can help you choose how to include them in your wider trip, based on your preferences.

Suggested itineraries featuring the Yukon

Our itineraries will give you suggestions for what is possible when you travel in the Yukon, and they showcase routes we know work particularly well. Treat them as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.

Map of the Yukon

Places & hotels on the map

    Places in and around the Yukon

    Our expert guides to exploring the Yukon

    Written by our specialists from their own experiences of visiting the Yukon, these guides will help you make the most of your time there. We share both our practical recommendations and the best ways to appreciate the Yukon at its best.

    • Canada's Arctic, the Yukon & Prairie Provinces
      Polar Bear in Fireweed near Churchill

      Canada's Arctic, the Yukon & Prairie Provinces

      Canada's Arctic, the Yukon & Prairie Provinces

      Canada's northernmost territory is a remote and starkly beautiful landscape. We can recommend lodges or expedition cruises to provide the best opportunities of seeing wildlife and exploring the highlights of this spectacular wilderness.

      2 min read

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    • Self-driving in the Yukon: chasing the ghost of the Gold Rush
      Dawson City, Yukon

      Self-driving in the Yukon: chasing the ghost of the Gold Rush

      Self-driving in the Yukon: chasing the ghost of the Gold Rush

      Canada specialist Jon shares his tried-and-tested route for exploring the Yukon by car. He also suggests things to see and do along the way to make the most of your trip, from visiting time-frozen towns to hiking in lake-strewn parks.

      5 min read

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    Accommodation choices for the Yukon

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit the Yukon. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    • Raven's Rest Inn, Haines Junction

      The Raven


      The Raven provides excellent and friendly service along with comfortable rooms and an excellent restaurant.

    • The Aurora Inn, Dawson City

      Aurora Inn - Dawson City


      The Aurora is a small inn offering some of the newest accommodation in Dawson City. Its rooms are all decorated with comfortable, European-style furniture and feature private bathrooms.

    • Northern Lights Resort & Spa, Whitehorse

      Northern Lights Resort & Spa


      Northern Lights Report & Spa, in the picturesque Yukon River valley, is designed to make the most of its impressive views of the aurora borealis. With a focus on wellbeing and indulgence, it also offers healthy meals and basic spa treatments.

    • Inn on the Lake, Marsh Lake

      Inn on the Lake


      Inn on the lake offers comfortable accommodation in a wonderful lakeside setting. Its guest rooms are well appointed, and meals are made using the freshest local produce.