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Tours in Yukon Territory starting from $1,497

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Yukon Tours

The 19,551 foot-tall Mount Logan is Canada’s tallest mountain.

The famous Yukon Quest is a dogsled race over 1000 miles long through Yukon and Alaska.

The name Yukon is derived from the native word “Yuchoo” meaning “Great River.”

Whitehorse was named after the White Horse Rapids.

Dawson City was home to the Klondike Gold Rush from 1898 to 1920.

Yukon is home to black bears and polar bears, caribou, sheep, ox, moose, eagles, wolves and so much more!

Why go on a Yukon Tour?

Discover the magic of the Arctic on a Yukon Tour.  In Yukon’s capital city, Whitehorse, browse around the land, exploring the mountains and glaciers in this former gold-rush settlement.  In the evenings, snuggle up with a hot chocolate in a cozy cabin or tent as you watch the Aurora Borealis or, Northern Lights.   View the natural wonder of bright colours illuminating the sky as a result of magnetic and electric charges.  Whitehorse’s highlights include Main Street, the Train Depot of White Pass, Log Skyscraper, Log Church, the Sternwheeler SS Klondike, and Schwatka Lake.  If you’re feeling adventurous, you may engage in dogsledding, ice fishing, flightseeing, or snowshoeing in your free time.

On your way to Dawson City, you will pass the 3,500 kilometre long Yukon River that runs all the way to Alaska - a magnificent sight you may visit depending on your itinerary.  In Dawson City, visit historic Gold-Rush sites, and enjoy Gold-Rush-inspired entertainment at the Palace Grand Theatre. You can even sift for your own gold at an authentic gold claim. 

When is the best time to go?

The Yukon has a sub-arctic climate so the best time to take a Yukon Tour will depend on your comfort level.  January temperatures average around -17°C but can reach -50°C while July temperatures average around 14°C. Late July and August is ideal for boating and hiking, and dog-sledding is popular in late winter. Remember to bring insulated clothing and know that sunlight is sparse in the winter!

A Yukon Tour will exceed your expectations. A territory of majestic mountains, glaciers, rivers, and wildlife, you’ll experience a unique getaway like no other. For more information about a Yukon Tour, contact our travel agents today and embark on a trip of a lifetime!