Explore some of most remote corners of Canada with this exhilarating 8-day itinerary around the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Travel overland from the Pacific to the Arctic on scenic highways through the mountains, and along ancient roads made of ice. Meet the First Nations people who call this icy wonderland home, and make sure to keep an eye out for the Northern Lights!
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Discover scenic Whitehorse, endless mountains, and a winter wonderland on this tour of the frozen north. Spend your days viewing Arctic animals in a wildlife preserve, soaking in hot springs, and exploring the mountainous landscape by dogsled. In the evenings, head just outside of town for clear skies and a stunning view of the Northern Lights from the comfort of a roaring campfire.
Take a trip to the far north and experience five days of snowy adventures in a winter wonderland. From snowmobiling to dogsledding to a sightseeing flight above the frozen landscape, you'll explore everything the Arctic has to offer. Stop and see wildlife up-close at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve before relaxing with a luxurious soak in the Takhini Hot Springs.
This guided tour explores Canada's spectacular far north during optimal daylight hours for a unique summertime adventure with few crowds. In less than a week, you'll partake in hiking, canoeing, wildlife viewing, as well as hot springs and a seaplane ride for aerial views of the country's highest peaks. Base yourself in the walkable city of Whitehorse for restaurants, microbreweries, and Gold Rush history.
North America's Golden Circle route offers some of the continent's grandest scenery and best wildlife, with opportunities for viewing the Midnight Sun or Aurora Borealis depending on the time of year. With this 5-day adventure tour, you'll travel between Alaska and the Yukon encountering White Pass and Chilkat Pass (and their villages), which were used during the Klondike Gold Rush. You'll also reach Haines by ferry and continue to the edges of Kluane National Park, boasting Canada’s highest peak.
The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) takes center stage on this 4-day winter jaunt in northwest Canada. Based in the Yukon's capital of Whitehorse, you’ll spend each evening at an idyllic location called the AuroraCentre for relaxed viewing beside a cozy wood stove or roaring campfire. Meanwhile, daylight hours are free for winter sports and hot springs, not to mention shopping and dining in a slow-paced city surrounded by untouched nature.