We take you out and “hunt” for the Aurora! Instead of sitting in a cabin or a yurt, watching the overcast sky, we chase the Aurora and try to get away from light pollution and clouds.Aurora Hunting / Chasing increases tremendously the chance to see and experience the Northern Lights since we are driving to various locations.
Discover one of nature’s most spectacular illuminations on this 4-day Yukon Aurora-viewing tour. Visit the SS Klondike National Historic Site and learn of the Yukon River’s last paddle-wheeler vessel. Discover top attractions including the Old Log Church, Main Street, and the Log Cabin Skyscraper. Travel with your guide to the Northern Lights Center in the wilderness of Canada’s Yukon Territories. In the evenings, watch the skies with your guide in search of the aurora borealis. Day times are free for optional activities such as dog-sledding and snowmobiling, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
Experience winter in the far reaches of Canada’s North during this adventure-packed, five-day, guided tour in the wilds of the Yukon Territory. View the snow-covered wonderland from above during a sightseeing flight, experience dog sledding and snowmobiling, and even soak in a natural hot spring. See wildlife like caribou, goats, elk, and moose at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and explore culture and food in the city of Whitehorse.
Head into the Canadian wilderness and admire one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular light shows on this evening Aurora viewing from Whitehorse. Travel out of town with your guide into the wilds of Canada’s Yukon Territory, where clear starry skies offer excellent opportunities to see the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Travel to a custom-built viewing location far from the bright city lights and experience the majesty of Aurora Borealis up close. Gaze upward and marvel at the vibrant green, purple, yellow and red hues lighting up the skies.
Discover Canadian wildlife in its natural habitat on this 4.5-hour Yukon wildlife and hot springs tour. Visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve with your guide, where dall sheep, mountain goats, elk, musk-ox, moose and lynx roam free in their natural habitat. Capture the wild animals through your camera lens, and listen as your guide details their habits and life-cycles. Afterward, head to the nearby Takhini Hot Springs and enjoy a dip in the outdoor hot springs pool. Soak in the warm waters and relax in the wilds of the Canadian countryside!
Join us for a tour to the fantastic Yukon Wildlife Preserve, a large wildlife preserve close to nature. It hosts all the Far North’s animals except for bears, which must not be kept in preserves by law. We will spot bison, elk, Dall sheep, mountain goats, polar foxes, caribous, lynxes and many more. You can either explore the preserve by foot or opt for a guided bus tour.After hopefully having seen, watched and photographed all the preserve’s animals, we will visit Takhini Hot Springs, where we can relax in the hot springs’ mineral water for an hour. Please don’t forget to bring your trunks or swimming suit and a towel.
Snowshoe into the Yukon backcountry for an adventurous ice fishing trip from Whitehorse that’s led by a local guide. You’ll be equipped with a pair of lightweight, modern snowshoes and set out over the snowy landscape to a scenic fishing location. Watch for signs of the Yukon’s elusive winter wildlife, drop a line into the ice, then warm up with a hot drink and snack before returning to Whitehorse. To ensure personal service from the guide, group size is limited to 10 people.
Catch and cook your own fresh fish the traditional Yukon way on this ice-fishing trip from Whitehorse. Drill a hole in the thick ice with your guide, and cast your line for Arctic char, grayling, pike, and rainbow trout. Sip hot drinks on the ice and soak up the winter scenery, then prepare and enjoy your catch of the day at the fireside.
The Yukon region is famous for its spectacular wilderness scenery, but away from the panoramic views there’s a thriving local produce scene to explore. On this tour, begin with pickup at your Whitehorse accommodation and delve into Yukon’s culinary offerings with your guide. Visit shops and stores throughout Whitehorse, and sample locally made treats such as beer, chocolate, coffee, elk sausage, wild game, and more.
The south of the Yukon has a lot to offer: magnificent, blueish green, sediment-coloured lakes like Emerald Lake, unique mountain ranges and the world’s smallest desert. It’s a breath-taking experience, “Larger Than Life.” Furthermore, the region is linked to the history of the First Nations and their multi-faceted culture and impressive craftsmanship.Please note: Some of the attractions are only available seasonally and might not be entirely accessible within specified times.
Starting in Whitehorse, we stop first at the beautiful ‘Miles Canyon’ with it’s famous suspension bridge and continue on to the South Klondike Highway where the mountains rise as we approach Carcross and the Southern Lakes region – which is well know as the photographer’s paradies. We visit the smallest desert in the world - the Carcross desert - and we visit Carcross, a charming lakeshore village teeming with First Nations and gold-rush history. On a beginner-level hiking tour on scenic trails we will be overlooking the grand Southern Lakes. This region is nowadays the final stop for the White Pass Railway. Of course we will also admire Emerald Lake, called „Rainbow Lake” from the locals due to its sensational coloration.
Craft beer is our passion. At our Exclusive Whitehorse Brewery Tour, we take great pride in connecting you with the Whitehorse craft beer community.Our journey will take you to three craft breweries in Whitehorse. Enjoy a behind the scenes tour, VIP access, learn the story of each brewery, and most importantly, enjoy the beers you love with friends, new and old!We will visit Yukon Brewing, the first brewery in Whitehorse, established in 1997. We also visit Winterlong Brewing outside town. Our last stop will be at Woodcutter’s Blanket.
This tour starts in Whitehorse and we travel along the South Klondike Highway to Fraser, BC, connecting with the world famous narrow gauge White Pass railway over the White Pass Summit and into Skagway, Alaska.In Skagway you will have the chance to discover the historic downtown, the gateway for many Stampeders on they way to the Klondike Goldfields.
Enjoy Yukon’s most charming cities, the capital of the Yukon, Whitehorse and a small town in the North with a huge personality - Dawson city, unlike any place on earth. On our road trip to Dawson City you will be accompanied by a fascinating landscape. Often described as a living museum, Dawson City’s boardwalk-lined streets contain many attractions and historical artifacts, back from the gold rush. Try your luck at Diamond Tooth Gerties, a unique casino with cabaret-style entertainment of the gold rush era and explore the history of all famous writers like Robert Service, Jack London and Pierre Berton. Are you ready to pan for gold in the rivers and creeks surrounding Dawson? We will bring you to an active gold mine outside of town. To continue your Yukon adventure we’ll go right into the heart of the Tombstone mountains, where you will be surrounded by an epic, colorful scenery and pristine wildlife.
The Yukon has so much to offer, including delicious, locally brewed beer! Let us do the driving as we guide you around Whitehorse on this one of a kind beer-tasting adventure!Our first stop will be at the famous, legendary Yukon Brewing – the Yukon’s longest established brewery. Here you will taste a refreshing flight of craft beer that has become a Yukon staple.Next, we will whisk you off to the newest brewery on the outskirts of town…Deep Dark Wood Brewing Company. This hidden gem is a small operation with big flavours. Learn how these small barrel fermented batches are made. Beer bonus – leave with your very own tall bottle of this hand-crafted beer.Our final stop on the tour will be at Winterlong Brew Co. and you won’t be sorry! Pull up a stool in their bright and friendly tasting room and get ready to taste a refreshing variety of their bold and unique brews.
You ride in a Lincoln stretch limousine or a Lincoln Navigator for extra comfort. You get to select what you would like to purchase from each of the stops. The dog mushing and petting. $5 each, you can pet all the dogs that are waiting and ready for all visitors. Buy a tour to be pulled on a SUV by a team of dogs on the same route, (see Coastline Tours, Skagway on Google for a video), that's used in the winter time. Remember these dogs get very hot so the SUV is turned on to assist and keep these dogs from overheating. If you decide to only pet the dogs and go on to carcross that's fine because there's a lot to do in carcross as soon as the vehicles arrive. Carcross is a step back in time and you can visit the many happy merchants and see some of the old cabins still able to be walked up to and pictures taken from the Klondike days. The desert is an amazing display in the middle of this Valley.You can book the whole vehicle or per person. 22 years of experience with tour experience