Surrounded by pristine natural beauty, dogsledding is more than just a mode of transportation. It’s a chance to learn about teamwork and respect, and the warm bond between man and canine.
Enjoy a birds-eye view of the world’s largest non-polar ice caps, Canada’s tallest mountain, and an alien world of rock and ice.
In the long-past-its-boom town of Dawson City, the Downtown Hotel bar serves up the Sourtoe cocktail, with added flavour from a real life severed human toe.
Each summer, the 53-kilometre Chilkoot Trail attracts bucket list hikers from around the globe, drawn to spectacular scenery, a rugged challenge, and the enduring draw of history.
Experience the tundra, mountains, and sheer wilderness on the Dempster Highway, Canada’s first all-weather highway to cross the Arctic Circle, and a legendary Bucket List roadtrip.
If the conditions are Goldilocks, head to Windy Arm on Tagish Lake to skate on a Hockey Rink of Dreams – a clear window of ice above schools of fish and ice bubble art.
The Takhini Hot Pools, located on the Alaska Highway about a half hour’s drive from Whitehorse, hosts a weird and wonderful hair freezing contest. Regardless of your efforts, it’s a terrific excuse for a soak beneath the stars.
Sift through real paydirt as you pan for gold and learn about the Klondike Gold Rush, when 100,000 people flocked to the Yukon in search of glory.