Yukon Travel to
ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)
Canada's "True North", the Yukon, is sparsely populated (by humans, that is) and gives one the impression it has been unchanged by time.
Stunning scenery, including Canada's highest mountain - Mount Logan Peak; parks filled with rare wildlife such as caribou, grizzly and black bears, moose and wolves; and one of the best night shows in the world - the Aurora Borealis, all add up to make a trip to the Yukon unforgettable.
For more choices of things to do and see and detailed information, follow the links below.
DESTINATIONS: GENERAL INTEREST:
- Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
- Times to Travel: In the summer, with the midnight sun, the days are long and there are many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors - whether it's hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting, biking, horseback riding or viewing the wildlife.
Winter offers lots of winter sports, such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and dog sledding. And, the northern lights are a must see for anyone traveling to the Yukon in the winter.
There are events and festivals all during the year, so there's always something fun and entertaining taking place.
AIRFARES - HOTELS - RENTAL CARS:
TOURISM SITES AND LINKS:
- Canada Travel
- Canol Road
- Dawson City
- Dempster Highway
- Ghost Towns
- Hiking in Yukon
- Klondike Loop
- Takhini Hot Springs
- Tombstone Park
- Travel Yukon
- Watson Lake, Yukon's Gateway
- White Pass Union Railway
- Yukon Airports
- Yukon-Charley Rivers
- Yukon Highway & Road Conditions
- Yukon Museum Guide
- Yukon Wildlife Preserve
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