Yukon Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Yukon Wildlife Preserve

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

The unique wildlife is often a highlight for visitors to the Canadian wilderness. While sightings are far from guaranteed, an afternoon at the Yukon Wildlife ...  Read more

Takhini Hot Springs

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

These natural hot springs are filled with mineral water at 47 degrees Celsius, providing a warm welcome to relax in the beautiful Whitehouse wilderness. The ...  Read more

Carcross

Carcross has quite the history. This small Tlingit and Tagish First Nations community became a boomtown during the Klondike gold rush, acting as a stopover ...  Read more

Caribou Crossing Trading Post

The spirit of the Klondike gold rush is still thriving at the Caribou Crossing Trading Post, where it’s not only still possible to pan for gold but also ...  Read more

Emerald Lake

Named for its intense shades of emerald green water, it’s no big surprise that Emerald Lake is considered a must-see destination along Yukon’s southern ...  Read more

Lake Bennett

Lake Bennett stretches across the British Columbia and Yukon border, but the small town of Yukon town of Carcross is the biggest lakeside community and the ...  Read more

Matthew Watson General Store

The historic town of Carcross is home to only 436 residents, but despite its small size, it does house one of the Yukon’s most unique shopping experiences. ...  Read more

Summit Lake

As the name suggests, Summit Lake sits at the top of White Pass, which marks the Canada and USA border between Skagway, Alaska, and Carcross, Yukon.   ...  Read more

Copperbelt Railway & Mining Museum

The Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum dubs itself a healthy learning and outdoor fun destination that can entertain anybody between the ages of 2 and 102. ...  Read more

Kluane National Park

Home to Mount Logan, the highest peak in Canada, snow-capped mountains and stunning glaciers dot the landscape of Kluane. It’s also home to more than 100 ...  Read more

Miles Canyon

At first it’s hard to imagine, but the turquoise water that peacefully flows through Miles Canyon once posed a formidable challenge for gold rush stampeders ...  Read more

S.S. Klondike

The historic S.S. Klondike sternwheeler rests on the banks of the mighty Yukon River, on the south edge of downtown Whitehorse. Now a national historic site, ...  Read more

Whitehorse Fishway

The Whitehorse Rapids Fishway is one of the most popular tourist stops in town, and with good reason. Each year more than a thousand salmon pass through the ...  Read more

Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre

At the Yukon Beringia Centre you’ll find the giants that once ruled the ancient sub-continent of Beringia. Murals and dioramas take you back in time and place ...  Read more

Yukon River

The Yukon River is a winding, smooth, fast waterway that impresses with its power and speed. Known as the “River of Gold,” the Yukon was the route to gold ...  Read more

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