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.