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  • When you consider Canada, a plethora of iconic images come to mind. Perhaps foremost are its majestic mountains and emerald green lakes, but consider for a moment experiencing these beautiful vistas away from the bustling tourist trails and combining them with historic ‘gold rush’ locations, the ethereal display of the Northern Lights and an unimaginable array of wildlife. Canada’s Yukon territory is an unspoilt land of breath-taking proportion and a destination of unmistakable beauty.

    • Wind River

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    • Northern Lights on Dempster Highway

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    • Fall Colours, Kluane National Park

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    • Moose, Chilkat River Valley

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    • Kluane Lake

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    • Emerald Lake

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    • Klondike Kates, Dawson City

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    • Kayaking on Kusawa Lake

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    • Carcross Desert

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    Sitting in the northwest corner of Canada, adjacent to the US state of Alaska, Yukon is one of North America’s most impressive wilderness destinations. If you have an adventurer’s spirit, a love of nature and a passion for exploration, Yukon should be at the top of your holiday destination list. It is not a choice for the feint-hearted, but it is a voyage of discovery with very rich rewards.

    Without doubt, a self-drive itinerary achieves the most from any holiday to the Yukon, allowing you to combine scenic journeys along the legendary Alaska, Top of the World, Klondike and Dempster Highways with historic communities, cultural attractions and picture-postcard destinations. The Yukon can be visited year-round, although its remote location and harsh winters encourage all but the hardy to travel in the warmer months of May through September.

    The Wilderness is Waiting

    A staggering 80% of Yukon is pristine wilderness. It’s impressive that this Canadian territory is home to Mount Logan, Canada’s highest mountain, as well as Kluane National Park which is one of the world’s largest non-polar icefields and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but these landmarks represent just the start of its overall attraction. Hiking and biking are everyday pursuits when exploring the iconic wilderness parks of Kluane, Tombstone, Herschel Island, Chilkoot, Ivvavik and Fishing Branch. The famous Alsek, Tatchenshini, Snake, Wind, Firth and Yukon Rivers in addition to countless crystal clear lakes provide for leisurely days kayaking, sailing or canoeing, not to mention some quite legendary fishing, believed by many to be the best in the world.

    Wild about Wildlife

    The statistics are quite staggering! Roughly the size of France, Yukon has a tiny population of just 34,000 people, the majority of whom are concentrated around the largest city of Whitehorse. Compare this to its non-human counterparts: 160,000 caribou, 70,000 moose, 22,000 mountain sheep, 7,000 grizzly bears, 10,000 black bears and over 250 species of birds, and it brings into perspective how sensational it is for wildlife watching. Home to three national parks, six territorial parks and four Canadian Heritage Rivers, Yukon’s unique geographic landscape and varied eco-systems allow its wildlife to thrive with little threat. All three North American bears: Black, Grizzly and Polar, reside in the Yukon, in fact this is the most stable Grizzly habitat in North America and home to 30% of the continents population. The thick crops of berries and seasonal salmon runs provide the perfect feeding preparation for their long winter hibernation.

    Join the Gold Rush

    Of course the Gold Rush is synonymous with the Yukon. It is embedded in its history and infuses every Yukoner’s life even today. The Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 drew settlers from across the continent, eager to enjoy the extravagances afforded by the golden bounty which had initially been found in Bonanza Creek near Dawson City in 1896. Today this authentic frontier town remains loyal to its historic routes, with its wild-west style store fronts painted in vivid hues, a plethora of heritage sites and multi-cultural attractions. Using Dawson City as a base, visitors can take a step back in time and try their luck gold-panning at Claim 33 (a fun way to discover just how difficult the easy looking process was!), before visiting Dredge No. 4 which showcases the transition from manual panning to machine searching. The gold rush inevitably created heroes and villains, winners and losers and a whole host of entertaining tales and fables which are still shared today.

    Natures Magical Show

    There are very few natural wonders which create the spine-tingling feeling and magical awe you encounter when witnessing aurora borealis. Also known as the Northern Lights, the dense dark night skies created by Yukon’s remote setting, provide the perfect conditions for some of the most dramatic undulating ribbons of green, blue and red light. Although dependent on weather conditions and cloud cover, the best chance of dramatic aurora viewing is between autumn and spring.

    Don’t Miss…

    Unless you have an infinite length of time to spend in the Yukon, it’s impossible to experience everything, so here are a few of our favourite things you might want to include in your itinerary:

    • White Pass and Yukon Route – This vintage rail journey follows tracks constructed in 1901 on a spell-binding adventure. Climbing almost 3,000 feet in just 20 miles and featuring cliff-hanging turns, historic tunnels and numerous bridges, it boasts views which simply cannot be witnessed any other way.
    • Carcross Desert – The smallest desert in the world at just 642 acres, 10,000 years ago this was the bottom of a large glacial lake! Carcross is home to Yukon’s oldest store as well as being the burial place of the three prospectors who started the Klondike Gold Rush.
    • Emerald Lake – Located just 35 minutes from Whitehorse, Emerald Lake’s shimmering turquoise waters draw visitors from across the world. Unsurprisingly the lake holds the accolade of Yukon’s most photographed natural feature.
    • Dog Sledding – A vital part of Yukon’s heritage and ultimately its survival, was the use of husky dogs for transportation. Today the tradition is kept alive by Yukon Quest, a gruelling two week, 1,000 mile annual race across the Yukon and Alaska. Muktuk Dog Kennels, home to over 60 dogs offers dog sled journeys in winter and dog walking tours in warmer months.
    • Diamond Tooth Gerties – Located in Dawson City, this old-west style gambling hall is absolutely bursting with character. Enjoy on-stage live acts and historic-style gaming which transport’s you back to a bygone era.
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  • Silver Trail Explorer

    Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

    12 Days / 11 Nights

    Departures: May to August

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Fully inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (conditions apply)
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Ferry crossing from Skagway to Haines
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Emerald Lake

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    • Panning For Gold

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    • Dawson City

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    • Dall Sheep, Kluane National Park

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    Whitehorse

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Whitehorse

    Today you have time to explore Yukon’s capital, and the pretty region which surrounds it. Why not visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve? A unique place, it features ten species of northern Canadian mammal. You may also choose to head down to the Yukon River for a kayak or canoe ride.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Skagway

    Your journey begins with a drive along the South Klondike Highway, which connects the Yukon with Alaska. Also known as the Skagway to Carcross Road, the highway winds through the subalpine landscape of Tormented Valley to Tutshi Lake, Tagish Lake and the frequently photographed Emerald Lake. Dating back to 1897, Skagway was a lively gold mining town with a booming population of 20,000. Today it is just 800, but has maintained many of its original charms from the gold rush days. Hotel:

    Hotel: Westmark Inn

    110Mi/176Km

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    Haines

    Spend the morning in Skagway and explore the old town buildings before taking the afternoon ferry to Haines. Lasting around one hour, this journey offers a spectacularly scenic and relaxing ride along the Lynn Canal, a magnificent fjord. Located in the Valley of the Eagles, Haines is home to almost 4,000 American bald eagles who gather along the Chilkat River during autumn.

    Hotel: Hotel Halsingland

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    Haines Junction

    The Haines Highway winds from Haines over the Chilkat Pass, which is its highest summit. Pass Klukshu, a native summer fishing camp offering great photo opportunities. Haines Junction, a picturesque mountain village, with quaint restaurants and bakeries, is considered the gateway to Kluane National Park.

    Hotel: The Raven Hotel

    147Mi/238Km

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    Kluane National Park

    Today is a day of adventure. Take the Haines Highway, which climbs from the Chilkat River Valley and skirts the boundaries of Tatshenini-Alesk Provincial Park in British Columbia before arriving at Kluane National Park. Part of the largest contiguous area of protected wilderness on earth, it is home to a myriad of wildlife. It’s also where you find Canada's highest peak and the world's largest non-polar icefields.

    Hotel: The Raven Hotel

    155Mi/250Km

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    Tok

    This morning you drive north along the shores of beautiful Kluane Lake. We suggest a stopover at Sheep Mountain to see the Dall sheep grazing on the slopes. Your journey continues along the famous Alaska Highway before arriving in Tok, which is often referred to as the Dog Mushing Capital of Alaska.

    Hotel: Cleft of the Rock Bed & Breakfast

    290Mi/467Km

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    Dawson City

    The Top of the World Highway takes you through spectacular backcountry and gold mining areas. After crossing the Yukon River you arrive into Dawson City. The legendary Gold Rush of 1898 brought thousands of hopeful gold seekers to Dawson City. Now a National Historic Site, the city is reminiscent of a bygone era.

    Hotel: Aurora Inn

    185Mi/297Km

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    Dawson City

    We’ve allowed two full days to explore the historical sights of Dawson City. Depending on your interests you might like to visit Dredge No 4, a giant gold digging machine or SS Keno, the last steamer ship to run the Yukon River from Whitehorse. The Grand Palace Theatre is home to the Gaslight Follies Show and there's Diamond Tooth Gertie's Casino, featuring gambling tables and can-can shows.

    Hotel: Aurora Inn

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    Whitehorse

    Heading south, enjoy the raw beauty of the surrounding landscape. Stop at Five Finger Rapids and hike down to the shore of the Yukon River.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

    333Mi/532Km

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    12

    Journey home

    This morning take the short ride back to Whitehorse Airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2296 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

    Whitehorse & Frances Lake Explorer

    Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

    9 Days / 8 Nights

    Departures: June to September

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Fully-inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (ground or flight transfers can be arranged)
    • Accommodations as stated
    • All meals, boat transfers and activities at Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge
    • Frances Lake Shoreline

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    • Local Wildlife

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    • Frances Lake

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    • Whitehorse Visitor Centre

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    Arrive Whitehorse

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Whitehorse

    Whitehorse is the largest city and capital of Canada’s Yukon territory. Located on the banks of the mighty Yukon River, as well as beautiful scenery there’s also plenty of history to explore. You may choose to take a day tour to Kluane National Park where you can hike and partake in wildlife watching, or to Carcross which boasts the smallest dessert in the world.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

    Today you travel along the scenic Alaskan Highway to Frances Lake where a 30 minute boat trip carries you to Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge. A comfortable but rustic resort of just five cosy cabins, this destination is all about the outdoor beauty and activities it affords. During your four night stay, try your hand at fishing for arctic grayling, canoeing the remote lake, wildlife viewing or hiking one of the well-marked trails. Visitors in September may also enjoy aurora viewing.

    Hotel: Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

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    Whitehorse

    Following breakfast, you make the return journey to Whitehorse. This scenic journey takes you through the Yukon’s backcountry, renowned for wildlife spotting, so keep your eyes open for moose, eagles and bears en route.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Journey Home

    This morning take the short ride back to the airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2610 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

    Whitehorse & Tagish Explorer

    Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

    8 Days / 7 Nights

    Departures: June to September

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Fully-inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (ground or floatplane transfers can be arranged)
    • Accommodations as stated

     

     

    • Campfire by Tagish Lake

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    • Tagish Lake

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    • Whitehorse at night

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    • Whitehorse SS Klondlike

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    • Whitehorse Kayaking on Yukon River

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    Day 1 Arrive Whitehorse

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Whitehorse

    Named the Wilderness City, Whitehorse is surrounded by rugged mountains and pristine lakes. You can hike or bike the vast network of trails, many of which follow the shores of the Yukon River. We suggest taking the short journey to visit the White Pass & Yukon railroad, which was constructed in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush and offers scenic day trips.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Tagish Lake

    Today, you travel along the scenic Alaska Highway toward Tagish Lake. Southern Lakes Resort is a spectacular lakefront resort with beautiful, private log cabins situated on beautiful Tagish Lake. Incredible outdoor adventures await! Optional activities include hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, wildlife watching and boat sightseeing trips. It is also perfectly located for day trips to picturesque Carcross.

    Hotel: Southern Lakes Resort

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    Whitehorse

    After breakfast, make the return journey to Whitehorse. Spend the afternoon picking up last minute souvenirs, or try a canoe trip along the Yukon River.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

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    Journey home

    This morning return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £1615 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

    Yukon & Alaska Discovery

    Begins in and ends in Anchorage, Alaska

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: May to August

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights to Anchorage
    • Scheduled flight from Juneau to Anchorage
    • Fully inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (conditions apply)
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Bus tour into Denali National Park
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Denali National Park

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    • Anchorage Skyline

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    • Portage Glacier, Anchorage

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    • Moose at Denali National Park

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    • Denali National Park - Awe Inspiring Views

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    • Fairbanks Riverboat

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    • Fairbanks - Aurora Borealis

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    • Yukon River at Dawson City

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    • Whitehorse Visitor's Centre

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    • Downtown Skagway

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    • The Bears of Juneau

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    • Juneau

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    • Glacier Bay Cave

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    • Glacier Bay National Park Cruise

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    • Glacier National Park

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    Arrive Anchorage

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Anchorage. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Sheraton Hotel

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    Talkeetna

    Today you will drive the Glenn Highway northbound, connecting to the Parks Highway in Wasilla. A few interesting stops along the way are the Alaska Native Heritage Center and the Eklutna Indian Village. Talkeetna is a small but unique gold mining community, famous for its special charm and as the expedition base for mountaineers seeking to summit mountain Denali. Why not experience some great optional excursions, including Denali flight-seeing or a jet boat excursion.

    Hotel: Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

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    Denali National Park

    After a morning sightseeing in Talkeetna, you will drive the Talkeetna Spur Road back to the Parks Highway and continue north toward Denali. Denali National Park is one of the world’s last great frontiers for wilderness adventure. Enjoy an eight hour bus tour into Denali National Park which takes your through around 53 miles/88km of the park. The park is inhabited by many different animal species. With luck, you may see bears, caribou, moose, sheep, wolves and a variety of birds. Mountain Denali might be seen if the weather is clear today. You will have some free time in Denali over the two days so why not enjoy one of the optional activities at the park entrance area such as water rafting. Your hotel is located at the park entrance, where most of the park services and hotels can be found.

    Hotel: Grande Denali Lodge

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    Fairbanks

    Today you will drive the Parks Highway north to Fairbanks. Accompanied by incredible forest and mountain landscape you will drive through the communities of Healy, Nenana and by the community Ester, an old mining camp. Explore Alaska’s second largest city, also known as the 'Gateway to the Arctic' at your leisure. You may wish to add an optional activity, such as a tour over the Arctic Circle or a historical riverboat cruise. Attractions in Fairbanks include the Museum of the North, Pioneer Park, the Ice Museum, and the Santa Claus House in the nearby town of North Pole.

    Hotel: Pikes Waterfront Lodge

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    Tok

    Today you will drive southeast on the Alaska/Canada Highway to the border town of Tok. You will pass through the quaint towns of the North Pole and Delta Junction. There are views of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge along the route.

    Hotel: Cleft of the Rock

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    Dawson City

    The Top of the World Highway brings you through spectacular backcountry and gold mining areas into Canada's Yukon Territory. When the highway reaches its highest elevation, incredible views into far-reaching countryside open up. Before you reach Dawson City, you cross the Yukon River by state ferry. Upon arrival in Dawson City, you might feel you just landed in a different century! Experience the old Klondike in its well-kept color and fame.

    Hotel: Aurora Inn

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    Whitehorse

    Today you will traverse along the Klondike Highway southeast to Yukon's capital city, Whitehorse. Your drive takes you through the interior of the territory, following the mighty Yukon River. Whitehorse’s rich Gold Rush history provides character to the city. The city of Whitehorse has wonderful restaurants and shops featuring local arts and crafts. Nearby hot springs, hikes, and river tours make Whitehorse a perfect stop on this driving tour.

    Hotel: Coast High Country Inn

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    Skagway

    Today you will drive south along the Klondike Highway. It is another of Alaska’s spectacular highways with Emerald Lake, Carcross desert and the small community of Carcross. The Yukon River Suspension Bridge provides excitement and scenic views from high above the river. Cross the Alaska/Canada border and continue to Skagway. This tiny town is part of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.

    Hotel: Westmark Inn Skagway

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    Juneau

    Today, you will take a scheduled small plane flight from Skagway to Juneau. On a clear weather day, you may have some amazing views. After arrival in Juneau, transfer to hotel on own. Your hotel will be located in downtown Juneau. Rest of the day is yours to explore. Juneau attractions include the Mt. Roberts Tram, the State of Alaska Museum, and the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Hotel: Westmark Baranof Hotel

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    Glacier Bay Nat Park from Juneau

    You will take an early morning flight from Juneau to Gustavus. Then depart on an eight hour cruise of Glacier Bay National Park. A National Park Service Ranger is onboard to provide information on the park, its glaciers, and wildlife. Keep an eye out for puffins, eagles, sea lions, sea otters, and possibly whales, bears and more! Lunch is included on the boat. You will then fly back to Juneau in the afternoon/evening.

    Hotel: Westmark Baranof Hotel

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    Anchorage

    The morning is at your leisure in Juneau. In the early afternoon or evening take a transfer (not included) to Juneau Airport to meet your scheduled flight to Anchorage. After arrival in Anchorage, the rest of the evening is free for you to explore. and grab those last minute souvenirs.

    Hotel: Sheraton Hotel

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    Journey Home

    This morning take the short ride back to Anchorage Airport, and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £5139 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

    Complete Yukon

    Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: June to August

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights to Whitehorse
    • Alaska Marine Highway ferry from Haines to Skagway
    • Fully inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (conditions apply)
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book

     

    • Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

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    • Dall Sheep - Kluane National Park

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    • Canoeing on Kluane Lake

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    • Watson Lake - Sign Post Forest

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    • Downtown Whitehorse

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    • Eagle spotting in Haines

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    • Frances Lake

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    • Downtown Skagway

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    Arrive Whitehorse

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Days Inn Whitehorse

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    Watson Lake

    Travel on the famous Alaska Highway to Watson Lake in the Yukon Territory. Stops along this scenic drive include the turnout for the Continental Divide, a mountainous natural border running from Western Alaska across the Rocky Mountains to Mexico. Continue driving the Alaska Highway southeast to Watson Lake, named for a 19th-century prospector who settled the area. Watson Lake is home to the incredible Sign Post Forest, a collection of over 72,000 signs from around the world.

    Hotel: Big Horn Motel

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    Frances Lake

    Enjoy a pleasant drive on the Campbell Highway to Frances Lake today. After reaching the lake, enjoy a 13 mile / 20 km scenic boat ride to Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge. One of the Yukon’s premier wilderness retreats, Frances Lake Lodge is only accessible by boat or small plane. The secluded location offers unlimited recreational activities like canoeing, kayaking, and hiking. Daily sightseeing tours for wildlife viewing and photography are included in your stay. Your time at Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge will be at your own leisure: take a guided excursion by boat to an abandoned trading post of the famous Hudson Bay Company or grab a fishing boat and try your luck at fishing. Learn the basics of paddling and explore the area around the lodge in one of the canoes or kayaks. Or hike the well-marked trails intersecting the area close to the lodge. Private log guest cabins are situated around the main lodge, where meals are served and guests are welcome anytime to browse the lodge library or lounge by the woodstove.

    Hotel: Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

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    Carmacks

    Following a hearty breakfast, enjoy a 30-minute boat ride across Frances Lake to your vehicle. From here, head north on the Campbell Highway toward Carmacks. Stops along the way include Lapie Canyon, the Continental Divide near Finlayson Lake, and the historic town of Faro. Faro is known as the “pulse of the Yukon” because it’s a central location in the Yukon Territory. Many visitors come here hoping to spot rare Fannin sheep, indigenous to the mountains surrounding Faro. Today’s driving journey ends in Carmacks, at the confluence of the Nordenskiold and Yukon Rivers. Carmacks is a small town known for its gold rush history and as the ancestral homelands of the Ts’awlnjik Dan First Nation.

    Hotel: Hotel Carmacks

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    Dawson City

    Today you will traverse north along the Klondike Highway towards Dawson City, soon after Carmacks, you will get to the viewing point of the Five Finger Rapids. Later you reach Minto where we recommend a side trip to the abandoned community Fort Selkirk. Spend some time exploring the Klondike goldfields and try your luck gold panning with a guided tour of Goldbottom Mine. The rest of your time in Dawson City is free to enjoy the old gold rush atmosphere of Dawson City, why not visit the Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Casino, take a cruise down the Yukon River, or take a walking historical tour.

    Hotel: Eldorado Hotel

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    Beaver Creek

    Today you will drive the scenic Top of the World and Taylor Highways into Alaska, the route starts by crossing the Yukon river by ferry. Enjoy amazing views along the Top of the World / Taylor Highways. Then turn onto the Alaska Highway to reach today’s destination, Beaver Creek.

    Hotel: Discovery Yukon Lodging

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    Haines Junction

    Today you will drive southeast towards Haines Junction. This route takes you along the pristine shores of Kluane Lake. Haines Junction is the headquarters for Kluane National Park. In Haines Junction, you may wish to visit the Kluane National Park Visitor Center, with park exhibits and trail information. National park staff offers interpretive walks and presentations throughout the summer.

    Hotel: Alcan Motor Inn

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    Haines

    Today you will drive south from Haines Junction to the Alaska/Canada border. Much of your drive parallels Kluane National Park and Reserve. Stops along the way include Takhanne Falls and the Klukshu Indian Village. Keep an eye out for bald eagles as you enter Haines, the Bald Eagle Capital of the World. Haines is a quaint coastal town on the shores of Lynn Canal, the deepest fjord in North America.

    Hotel: Hotel Halsingland

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    Skagway

    Today take the Alaska Marine Highway ferry from Haines to the old gold rush city of Skagway. This tiny town is part of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.

    Hotel: Westmark Inn Skagway

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    Marsh Lake

    Drive north on the Klondike Highway to the Alaska/Canada border. You may want to stop at Lake Bennett or Carcross desert – the world’s smallest desert. The Inn at Marsh Lake is a relaxing wilderness experience. Over the two nights here you will have time to hike, canoe, mountain bike or just to relax in this beautiful and quiet setting.

    Hotel: Inn on the Lake

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    Journey home

    This morning take the short ride back to Whitehorse Airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £3245 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

    Journey Cassiar Highway, Yukon & Alaska

    Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: May to August

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights to Whitehorse
    • Alaska Marine Highway ferry
    • Fully inclusive 4 wheel drive car hire (conditions apply)
    • Accommodations as stated (including 2 nights on a ferry)
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Harbor Seals Wrangell

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    • Sign Post Forest, Watson Lake

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    • Cassier Highway

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    • Stewert

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    • Salmon Glacier

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    • Aerial View of Prince Rupert

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    • Wrangell

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    • Black bear catching salmon

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    • Alaska Marine Highway ferry

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    • Alaska's Inside Passage

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    • Juneau

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    • Mendenhall Glacier landscape around Juneau

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    • Yellowhead Highway

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    • Totem poles of Gitwangak

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    Arrive Whitehorse

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Days Inn Whitehorse

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    Watson Lake

    Today you will traverse along the Alaska Highway east towards Watson Lake. We recommend you take the time for stops at the Signpost Forest and the Northern Lights Center. In the 50-foot dome of the center, impressive films about the colorful Aurora Borealis are shown daily.

    Hotel: Big Horn Motel

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    Cassiar Highway

    Today you begin driving south along the Cassiar Highway. Although most of the highway is paved, cautious driving is required. You will travel near Boya Lake Provincial Park and through Centreville and Cassiar, two old gold mining towns. Before you reach Dease Lake, you will travel through Jade City. 75% of the world's jade production comes from this area.

    Hotel: Bell 2 Lodge

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    Stewart

    Today you will continue your journey will a further drive along the Cassiar Highway. In the area of Eddontenajon Lake, we recommend you make you a slight stop to experience the flightseeing tour. You will then continue your drive and reach Kinaskan Lake and Kinaskan Provincial Park where you have the opportunity for hiking or swimming in the lake. Before you reach Stewart, you come to a lake into which Bear Glacier calves its icebergs. Stewart and Hyder are linked by the Stewart-Cassiar highway via the spectacular Bear Pass, which cuts through the coastal mountain range. There are over twenty hanging glaciers visible from the road. The drive between Stewart and Hyder is spectacular and travels through Salmon River Valley. Here you will see Salmon Glacier, one of the most spectacular glaciers in the north. One of the richest salmon rivers, Fish Creek, attracts many local bears. The remainder of your time in Stewart is yours to explore the surrounding areas.

    Hotel: Ripley Creek Inn

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    Prince Rupert

    Leaving Stewart behind you'll drive back to the Cassiar Highway and continue south onto the Yellowhead Highway. Before the intersection for the Yellowhead Highway, you will have the opportunity to see totem poles of the small community Gitwangak. The route winds along Skeena River before you reach Terrace, a city with approx. 13,000 inhabitants.

    Hotel: Prince Rupert's Crest Hotel

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    Alaska Inside Passage

    Today you will board the Alaska Marine Highway ferry and begin your journey through Alaska's Inside Passage.

    Hotel: Overnight on the ferry

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    08

    Wrangell

    Today you will arrive in Wrangell - a hidden jewel, waiting to be discovered. Wildlife abounds in the area. We recommend you take a variety of excursions to get you up close to glaciers, black and brown bears, eagles, sea lions, harbor seals, whales, salmon, and halibut to name a few.

    Hotel: Stikine Inn

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    09

    Juneau

    Depending on the departure time of the ferry, you may have more time to explore the area if so we recommend a tour to Anan Creek for bear viewing or a jet boat tour on the Stikine River. Then continue your journey on the Alaska Marine Highway ferry, to your next port of call, Juneau.

    Hotel: Overnight on the ferry

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    Juneau

    Today you will arrive into Juneau. Depending on your arrival time you have the next two days at your own leisure. Juneau is Alaska's capital city with a little over 30,000 residents. The city is often called 'little San Francisco'. Juneau is situated at the foot of Mount Juneau with Mount Roberts and rises to the east into the Gastineau Channel. Recommended attractions include the Mt. Roberts Tram, the State of Alaska Museum, and the Mendenhall Glacier. .

    Hotel: Westmark Baranof

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    Skagway

    This morning, you will depart Juneau on the Alaska Marine Highway ferry. During your cruise up the Inside Passage and Lynn Canal, watch for bald eagles, sea lions, and other wildlife. Your ferry will make a short-stop in the fishing town of Haines on the way to your final destination of Skagway. The old part of town has been preserved and is now the Klondike Goldrush National Historical Park. Here you find original buildings from 1897. Places of interest are: the Red Onion Saloon, once a bordello and today a famous bar for locals and tourists; the restored Mascot Saloon, the Skagway Inn and the Golden North Hotel.

    Hotel: Westmark Inn Skagway

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    Whitehorse

    Today you will drive to Whitehorse and have more time to explore the capital of the Yukon.

    Hotel: Days Inn Whitehorse

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    Journey home

    This morning take the short ride back to Whitehorse Airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £3869 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms/cabins in low season. Other prices are available on request.

    Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend. Additional car hire restrictions apply within the Yukon and Alaska, call for full details.

  • Grand Alaska

    Begins in Anchorage, Alaska and ends in Vancouver, British Columbia

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: May, June, July and August

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    Your escorted tour includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodation for 15 nights as specified
    • 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 13 dinners
    • Air-conditioned motorcoach transportation
    • Services of a Tauck Tour Director
    • 7 night Alaska cruise
    • Classic tour
    • Denali Park

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    • River Rafting

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    • Prince William Sound

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    • Dog Sledging

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    • Skagway

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    • Breaching Humpback Whale

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    • Spectacular Wildlife in Denali National Park

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    Arrive Anchorage

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Anchorage. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for the evening, located in Anchorage and meet your travelling companions for a welcome reception and dinner.

    Hotel: Hotel Captain Cook (Dinner included)

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    02

    Talkeetna and Denali National Park

    Learn about the lifestyles, traditions, and crafts of Alaska's indigenous tribes on a visit to the Anchorage Museum where hundreds of artefacts and two multimedia installations share the enduring cultures and histories of people from across the circumpolar North. Then take a scenic flight to Talkeetna, near the base of Denali (North America's highest peak, formerly known as Mount McKinley), followed by a drive to your wilderness lodge in Trapper Creek for a two-night stay.

    Hotel: Hotel Captain Cook (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    03

    Trapper Creek

    Begin the day with a visit to the private homestead of Joanne Porterfield, nestled in the Alaska wilderness. Her family's gardens and farm have flourished here in the shadow of Mount McKinley for more than four decades. Set off on a wilderness jet boat adventure this afternoon. Return to your lodge in the late afternoon to enjoy dinner and an evening at leisure.

    Hotel: Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    04

    Denali National Park

    Drive today to Denali National Park, one of the world’s last unspoiled frontiers and arrive at your lodge near the entrance to the park, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, in time for lunch. This afternoon, visit Husky Homestead to meet former Iditarod champion musher Jeff King and his family and their indomitable Husky sled dogs who live and train there. Enjoy dinner at your choice of restaurants at your lodge tonight.

    Hotel: Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    05

    Denali National Park

    Rise early for a “Tundra Wilderness Tour” that takes you deep into the wilds of Denali National Park, a six-million-acre UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, through the forest and alpine tundra and over high mountain passes. Along the way, you may see moose, caribou, Dall sheep, wolves and grizzly bears and the awe-inspiring Denali itself, North America’s highest peak at 20,310 feet. Spend the rest of the afternoon and evening at leisure, and enjoy dinner on your own tonight.

    Hotel: Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge (Breakfast and lunch included)

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    06

    Copper Centre

    Traverse the Alaskan wilderness today from Denali along the Alaska Range to your lodge situated on the Copper River in the small town of Copper Center, a gateway to the massive Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, known as "North America's Mountain Kingdom." Dinner this evening features a regional favourite, Alaskan salmon.

    Hotel: Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    07

    Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

    On a private tour, you'll discover Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, which is home to more glaciers and mountains above 16,000 feet than any spot in North America, and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today you’ll also view the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, which transports crude oil from wells at Prudhoe Bay in the north to the port city of Valdez. Back at the lodge, there is time to walk one of the hiking trails or perhaps go whitewater rafting before dinner.

    Hotel: Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    08

    Valdez & Whittier

    This morning it's a drive through the Chugach Mountains where the plants and wildlife are amazing, followed by a stop at Worthing Glacier, before arriving at Valdez. Sea conditions permitting, you'll cross Prince William Sound by private boat to Whittier. Keep watch for whales, seals and soaring eagles as you enjoy the mountain views. Next, you board your Princess ship in Whittier to start the 7-night cruise portion of your itinerary.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    At Sea - Hubbard Glacier

    It's a day of scenic cruising as you journey toward Alaska's Hubbard Glacier, arriving mid-afternoon. Known as the Galloping Glacier this is North America's largest tidewater glacier. Soaring 40 storeys high, it's blue color is created by the denseness of the ice, which absorbs all colors of the spectrum except blue. Tonight, join the ship's captain for a welcome reception.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    At Sea - Glacier Bay Cruising

    Your inspirational journey continues as you cruise the waters of Glacier Bay, west of Juneau. Your ship cruises along shorelines and islands completely covered by ice some 200 years ago. By the time naturalist, John Muir visited the area in 1879, the ice had retreated some 30 miles to form the bay you'll be exploring. Rugged mountains, spruce and hemlock forests, deep fjords, emerald waters and crisp fresh air are the day's companions, possibly along with sea otters, porpoises, seals and bald eagles. Early evening, enjoy the company of your fellow Tauck cruisers at a private cocktail party followed by dinner.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Skagway & Haines

    On arrival in historic Skagway, the gateway to the Klondike region, you'll disembark for a tour of the town and a ferry ride to Haines on the Lynn Canal, the deepest and longest fjord in North America. Here you'll begin a quiet rafting trip through the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, home to world's largest congregation of bald eagles. Next, you'll travel back in time on the exciting White Pass & Yukon Route narrow-gauge railway, which was built in 1898 during the gold rush. This vintage rail excursion heads up steep grades, around cliff-hanging turns, and over high bridges.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Juneau

    Arrive in Alaska's capital city of Juneau, set on a narrow strip of land between the Coast Mountains and the Gastineau Channel, for sightseeing that includes a stop at the Mendenhall Glacier. Gather insights on the traditions of the indigenous Tlingit people of the Pacific Northwest during a private cultural presentation before enjoying your afternoon at leisure. Spend most of the afternoon aboard a private whale-watching cruise off Juneau. Reboard your Princess ship late this afternoon, and sail on to Ketchikan.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Ketchikan

    Today you'll dock in Ketchikan, the ancestral home of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian tribes, for an inside look at the role that Tlingit heritage plays in the local culture. See some of the city’s numerous totem poles, and watch local totem carvers at work at Saxman Native Village; catch a performance of traditional Tlingit and Haida dances. You'll also have time to explore this colourful town on your own. Perhaps with a walk along its historic boardwalk lined with eclectic houses and shops or take in the waterfront promenade.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    At Sea - Inside Passage

    Enjoy spectacular views of the fabled Inside Passage from your stateroom, or a variety of decks and lounges, on a full day of cruising amongst the densely forested islands and coastal communities of this renowned waterway. This evening, join your fellow travelling companions for a farewell cocktail party before a delicious dinner.

    Hotel: Aboard your Princess Ship (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Journey Home

    Your cruise itinerary ends in Vancouver, where you disembark the ship and transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK. Alternatively, you may choose to extend your holiday with a stay in Canada.

    Prices

    From £6158 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms / Inside Cabin in low season. Other prices available on request

    Yukon and Alaska Walking Tour

    Begins and ends in Whitehorse, Yukon

    14 Days / 13 Nights

    Departures: June, July and August

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    Your escorted tour includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodation for 13 nights as specified (includes 12 nights of camping)
    • 12 breakfasts, 13 lunches, and 12 dinners
    • Private transportation
    • Services of a tour guide
    • A full range of guided hikes and wilderness trails
    • Scenic boat trip to Haines
    • Visit 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site
    • Hiking in Tombstone Territorial Park

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    • Downtown Whitehorse

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    • Eagle spotting in Haines

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    • Kluane National Park

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    • Kathleen Lake, Kluane National Park

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    • Skagway

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    • Endless wildlife viewing - Seals

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    • Endless wildlife viewing - Black bears

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    • Dawson City

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    • Tombstone Territorial Park

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    Arrive Whitehorse, Yukon

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Whitehorse. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for the evening, located in Whitehorse and meet your travelling companions for a welcome meeting. Your guides will run through your equipment with you and you'll have a chance to pick up any missing items. This evening is free to explore as you wish.

    Hotel: Hotel included (TBC)

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    Skagway & Haines, Alaska

    This morning you set off for Skagway, Alaska, a famous gold rush town set at the northern end of a fjord, amongst high snowy peaks (no hiking today!) and along the popular Inside Passage cruise route. It is now preserved as part of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. From here you will board the ferry to Haines another coastal town in the Alaskan fjord with a fascinating history and culture, not to mention breathtaking scenery. You will spend the next three nights at the same campground, with beautiful natural surroundings and sweeping fjord and mountain views, so no need to worry about packing up after your first taste of hiking in Alaska tomorrow.

    Hotel: Camping (Lunch and dinner included)

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    Haines, Alaska

    Today you will start your hiking adventure following a spectacular trail through old growth coastal forest to the Mount Riley summit and the highest point on the Chilkat Peninsula. From the top, you are rewarded with 360-degree views of surrounding craggy glaciated mountains, as well as views down the Chilkoot and Chilkat inlets. In the afternoon you will visit is the ancient Tinglit Indian village of Klukwan, which is nestled along the banks of the Chilkat River. Local history reveals that Klukwan was originally settled many years ago by a group of Gaanaxteidi (Raven Clan) men and their Kaagwaantaan (Eagle Clan) wives. The village site was chosen because of the rich natural environment found here. A wander around the village with local information helps paint the picture of the area’s history. In addition, you will visit the world-famous Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve which boasts the largest gathering of Bald Eagles anywhere in the world. Enjoy an 18-mile drive on the Haines Highway to find excellent eagle viewing areas. Newly-created pull-outs along the highway are provided for eagle watchers and photographers.

    Hiking details:

    • Distance: 7.5 miles (12km) 
    • Duration: 4 hours (approx)
    • Elevation gain: 461m 
    • Rating: moderate to difficult

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Haines, Alaska

    Today is all about peaks, with your goal being the summit of Mt. Ripinski. You’ll encounter many different Alaskan ecosystems along the way including lush forest, subalpine stunted trees, alpine meadow, and rocky summit. You begin your ascent through the forest, passing blueberries that the bears come to raid to fatten up in late August. The climb through the forest lasts several hours before reaching subalpine space, where you walk beside a small creek and alpine tundra dotted with wildflowers, including the white bell-shaped flowers of mountain heather. Views from the top are simply amazing in every direction, including the emerald blue Chilkoot Lake and Lutak Inlet, Haines town, Cathedral Peaks, the Chilkat River drainages and Takshanuk Mountains.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 5.5 – 6.5 hours (approx)
    • Mileage: 8 miles (13 kms) 
    • Altitude gain: 3690 ft. / 1125 m 
    • Rating: Strenuous

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    05

    Kluane National Park and Preserve

    You leave Haines for your next stop, Kluane National Park (3.5 hours drive) stopping off en route to hike the Three Guardsmen Trail. You will set up camp in Haines Junction Village for three nights and visit the ancient town. A nearby reserve offers the perfect hiking opportunity, the Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Park, as well as a river rafting experience for those who seek higher thrills (optional activity). Kluane Park is located in Yukon's southwest, which is dominated by North America's highest mountain range, the Saint-Elias range. There, Mount Logan peaks at 5959m. Amidst these giants sleeps the world's largest non-polar ice field from which entire seas originate, the Kaskawulsh Glacier. This heritage site is as challenging as it is fascinating: crossing vast ice steppes on which silence reigns, dwarfed by immense mountains, steering clear of Grizzlies and camping out underneath the Yukon sky.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 5 hours (approx)
    • Mileage: 4.5 miles (7kms) 
    • Altitude gain: +780 meters 
    • Rating: Moderate

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Kluane National Park and Preserve

    The Cottonwood Trail in the Kluane National Park is still an absolute insider tip for nature travelers. Today you will hike through a true wilderness paradise to experience some of the most breathtaking landscapes of Canada. The Kluane Park is also known for the biggest Grizzly population of North America, although you'll take preventions from seeing them on the trail, you may have the opportunity to view various wildlife close by, along with the particularly impressive view of the south side of Mount Logan on a clear day.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 7 hours (approx) 
    • Mileage: 13km 
    • Altitude gain: 300m
    • Rating: Moderate

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Kluane National Park and Preserve

    Another day, another trail - but they just keep getting more beautiful! Today you’ll hike the Auriol Trail which does not go above tree level. It was originally an old wagon trail used by cross country skiers until the land became part of the Kluane National Park and Reserve. The Auriol Trail is a loop trail, crossing over creeks and passing through aspen and spruce tree forests. There are footbridges to cross and switchbacks with plenty of elevation hiking.

    Hiking Details:

    • Duration: 4.5 hours (approx) 
    • Mileage: 9.3 miles (15 kms) 
    • Altitude gain: 367 m (1204 ft.) 
    • Rating: Easy to Moderate

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    08

    Tok, Alaska

    Today you transfer from Kluane to Tok, stopping to admire beautiful landscapes, virgin territory and typical Klondike villages along the way. You will be traveling for approximately five and a half hours, not including stops. Tok is an outdoor person's paradise teeming with birds, mammals, and fish. The world famous Forty Mile Country, which inspired the likes of Jack London, lie to the north; while the Mentasta and Wrangell mountains lie to the south. Residents are forced to embrace the true frontier lifestyle, and there’s plenty of bird watching, camping, hiking, fishing, float trips and other exploring to be done in the area. In town, attractions include gold panning, museums, and horse riding.

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    09

    Dawson City, Yukon

    Today you will transfer from Tok for Dawson City, crossing yet another American border only to head back into Canada a few hours later. You will go through old western style villages, both alive and deserted –‘ghostly’, some might say. You’ll see ancient mines and appreciate outstanding panoramas across the Kluane range. After approximately five and a half hours, you reach Dawson City, by way of the ‘Top of the World Highway’. A lot of traveling will be done today but it is decidedly more than worth it as you'll visit the depths of Yukon and its people. Tonight, you’ll camp near the banks of the Yukon River at a campsite which offers a free gold panning activity. Please note that whilst your campsite has all the expected facilities, it is more basic in nature due to its location.

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Dawson City, Yukon

    This morning you enjoy a walking tour of Dawson City, the Klondike's most famous town, located along the 64th of latitude, 154 miles within the Polar Circle. This city was once called ‘the Paris of the North’ for its bustling activity. Each spring, hundreds of gold diggers still flood the town in search of the precious stone, but you will be experiencing a different kind of treasure – its ancient mines, its hot springs, its saloons' cold beer, the midnight sun, and the Jack London interpretation centre.

    Dawson City’s crowning glory is the spectacular panorama that can only be seen atop the Midnight Dome. Standing like a sentinel over the city, Midnight Dome has provided the backdrop for one of the wildest migrations in history...the Klondike Gold Rush. Between 1897 and 1899, roughly 50,000 people descended on the area around Dawson City to stake claims in the Klondike Gold Fields. So be sure that your camera batteries are charged and there is room on your memory card because you don’t want to miss an opportunity to capture this enchanting vista. Once you have recovered from the breathtaking view, make your way to Canada’s first (and friendliest) gambling hall, Diamond Tooth Gerties. Be entertained by Gertie’s powerhouse vocals and her high-kicking ‘Gold Rush Girls’.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 3-4 hours (approx)
    • Mileage: 5 miles (8.4 kms) 
    • Altitude gain: 1700 feet 
    • Rating: Easy to moderate

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    11

    Tombstone Territorial Park and Range

    After a two hour transfer, the next three days are going to be spent exploring the Tombstone range, a hiking paradise. This specific region is the spirit of the Yukon territory: virgin nature, Grizzlies, and solitude.

    Today you’ll enjoy a half-day hiking option on the Angelcomb Peak, which is a nice easy going trail before you venture deeper into the park. The trail itself is shorter and offers great views up the East Blackstone River, as well as the peaks and valleys to the east of the Dempster Highway. This area is an important sheep habitat.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 3 hours (approx)
    • Mileage: 3.72 miles (6 km) 
    • Altitude gain: 590 m (1936 ft.) 
    • Rating: Easy

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    12

    Tombstone Territorial Park and Range

    Enjoy a day hike to Alpine Lakes Viewpoint. This route follows one of the many ridges that lead up to an open alpine plateau and a rocky ridge above two picturesque alpine lakes. There is often caribou on the plateau, and you get amazing views all the way up the ridge.

    Hiking details:

    • Duration: 6 hours (approx) 
    • Mileage: 4.97 miles (8 kms) 
    • Altitude gain: 772 m (2533 ft.) 
    • Rating: Moderate

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    13

    Tombstone Territorial Park and Range

    Enjoy a day hike to Grizzly Ridge, which is one of the most popular trails in Tombstone Territorial Park, and for good reason. Within about an hour you get a view of Mount Monolith at the end of Grizzly Valley. The trail is well established, and you can continue along the ridge towards Grizzly Lake for as long as you like.

    • Duration: 2-3 hours (approx) 
    • Mileage: 3.1 miles (5 km) 
    • Altitude gain: 423 m (1388 ft.) 
    • Rating: Easy

    Hotel: Camping (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    14

    Whitehorse, Yukon

    Today is your final day in Canada’s Yukon but your adventure is not yet over. Today is mainly a drive day, which gives you the perfect chance to sit back and watch what the Yukon does effortlessly without even trying; offering perfect postcard views. It is also a great day for wildlife spotting so be prepared to stop along the way at viewpoints and as wildlife ambles throughout the area. You’ll finish your tour back in Whitehorse.

    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn (Breakfast and lunch included)

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    14

    Journey home

    Once the tour ends you will transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK. Alternatively, you may choose to extend your holiday with a stay eslewhere in Canada!

    Prices

    From £3565 per person based on twin occupancy in low season. Other prices available on request

  • Multi-day Canoe & Kayak Experiences

    From Whitehorse

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    • Canoeing near Million Dollar Falls

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    • Canoeing in the Yukon

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    • Water and land adventures

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    • Serene beauty

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    • Suitable for all skill levels

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    Up North Adventures is a Yukon family owned and operated company which has been in business since 1991. They offer prompt, helpful, friendly, personalized service and are designed to fit a wide range of abilities, budgets and timelines. A member of the Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon, they follow the current Code of Conduct in the Wilderness, operating under the best environmental practices, ensuring the Yukon stays clean and healthy for future generations of animals and humans. 

    As well as offering a number of guided canoe and kayak day tours, they operate multi-day tours along a variety of routes. We have provided outlines of each below:

    Sam McGees Tour – Yukon River

    From Whitehorse to Carmacks
    Duration: 10 Days
    Distance: 320 km’s
    Difficulty: Suitable for all levels
    Dates: June 9-18 & July 14-23
    Description: Experience the natural wonders and historical relics of the Klondike Gold Rush. On this 320km trip you will paddle through famous Lake Laberge and the Thirty Mile River. You will get a chance to stop and explore abandoned settlements like Lower Laberge, an old telegraph post, and Hootalinqua, an historic NWMP outpost. On this adventure there will be excellent opportunities to see moose, black bears, bald eagles, beaver and other Yukon wildlife along the banks.
    Includes: Certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes and equipment, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up and drop off in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £1,327 per person

    Call of the Wild – Yukon River

    From Carmacks to Dawson
    Duration: 12 Days
    Distance: 402 km’s
    Difficulty: Suitable for all levels
    Dates: June 16-27 & July 21 - August 1
    Description: On this famous paddle you will follow the call of the wild and explore one of the most important rivers during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 – the Yukon River. This exciting 415km paddle from Carmacks to Dawson you will get a chance to run the famous 5 Finger Rapids and explore the first Euroamerican settlement on the upper Yukon River at Fort Selkirk. On its stretch to Dawson City the river widens and accommodates for a lot of islands which break up the river width and make for an interesting landscape. These islands make a great habitat for moose and other wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for bears, wolves, caribous, bald eagles and beavers!
    Includes: Certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes and equipment, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Dawson City, 1 day and night in Dawson City, entrance fee to Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Show in Dawson City, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, Tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £1,730 per person

    Yukon River Expedition – Yukon River

    From Whitehorse to Dawson
    Duration: 19 Days
    Distance: 742 km’s
    Difficulty: Suitable for all levels
    Dates: June 9-27 & July 14 - August 1
    Description: Follow the traces of the 1898 Gold Rush on the famous Yukon River and enjoy a unique paddling adventure! On this exciting trip you will be able to explore old dredges, prospector cabins, relics of sternwheelers and other remains of this influential era in the Yukon Territory. This trip is the perfect choice for everyone looking for beautiful scenery, unique experiences and a rich history with lots of amazing sites to stop at along the way. You will depart from downtown Whitehorse for your destination: Dawson City! Spend the afternoon getting to know your boat and practicing your paddling techniques before you get to enjoy your first campfire on the shore and a rich dinner in the evening. You’ll paddle down Lake Laberge which showcases beautiful scenery. Along your way to Carmacks, you will get a chance to explore Hootalinqua, an historic Northwest Mounted Police outpost. Keep your eyes peeled for grizzly bear, wolves, caribous and moose along the way and make sure you have your cameras ready at all times! Approximately two weeks after your departure from Whitehorse, you arrive in Dawson City. Spend the afternoon strolling through the small town that once was the center of one of the world’s largest gold rushes and enjoy the many historic sites and old buildings. After dinner, head to Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Gambling Hall for a night of entertainment in “1898 style” to celebrate the final evening of this incredible trip.
    Includes: Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse during business hours, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Dawson City, 1 day and night in Dawson City, entrance fee to Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Show in Dawson City, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £2,385 per person

    Teslin River

    Duration: 10 Days
    Distance: 370 km’s
    Difficulty: Suitable for all levels
    Dates: June 23-July 2 & August 11-20
    Description: The Teslin River offers a scenic and historic paddle with excellent fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. Explore remnants of old cabins, paddle wheelers, and various buildings from the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Having passed the arduous trek over the Chilkoot Trail, stampeders could choose between the Teslin and the Yukon River to find their way to the gold fields in the North. With the challenging Whitehorse Rapids at that time the Teslin River was a welcome and less challenging route to take. You depart by van to Johnson’s Crossing - the start of your trip. Scenic mountain views surround you as you paddle down the river. There is great wildlife viewing opportunities along the way and chances are good that you get to see bears, moose, beavers, foxes and bald eagles. You’ll stop to explore some of the historic sites on our way to Carmacks and finally reach the confluence of the famous Yukon River. The last few days provide the chance to enjoy this majestic river before arriving in the Village of Carmacks at the end of your trip.
    Includes: Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip. 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £1,412 per person

    Nisutlin River

    Duration: 7 Days
    Distance: 130 km’s
    Difficulty: Beginners
    Dates: June 30-July 6 & August 4-10
    Description: The Nisutlin River is one of the few south flowing rivers in the Yukon River watershed. Nisutlin means “quiet water” in the ancient Tlingit tongue and this slow moving river has plenty of it. Along the banks of the Nisutlin you will find some of the largest trees in the Yukon and lurking amongst them may be wolf or a moose. During August and September watch for grizzly bears as they seek out the salmon that are making their way through the tributaries of this river. Large sandy shores found on many river bends provide excellent camping sites. You’ll depart by van to Nisutlin Landing, and once everyone is set up and ready to go you’ll explore this beautiful river by canoe. Watch for wildlife along the way, an incredible number of moose and waterfowl call this region their home. If you are an angler, take advantage of world class fishing opportunities on this trip. Each night you will relax on shore, listen to the sounds of a crackling campfire and, if our anglers are lucky, feast on their catch of the day. After paddling Nisutlin Bay, you’ll arrive in Teslin Village and the end of this Nisutlin River trip. A shuttle will meet you and return you to Whitehorse.
    Includes: Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on the river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after the trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £976 per person

    Big Salmon River

    Duration: 15 Days
    Distance: 355 km’s
    Difficulty: Intermediate – Class II Rapids
    Dates: August 6-18
    Description: The Big Salmon River offers great challenges for intermediate paddlers as you will need to manoeuvre around tight corners and through large standing waves. The current is generally moderate as it twists and turns northwest towards the Yukon River. An exhilarating paddle if you want to experience a truly remote wilderness expedition and pristine vistas. The van departs for Quiet Lake, a scenic four-hour drive, and the start of your adventure. You’ll start with basic canoe instructions and moving water techniques. You’ll paddle across Quiet, Sandy and Big Salmon Lakes en route to the mouth of the Big Salmon River. Beautiful mountain ridges surround you while paddling pristine waters that wind through the home of moose, bear, wolves, eagles and salmon. Leaving the lakes behind, the river twists and turns until it finally reaches the Yukon River. Enjoy this unique and untouched landscape and hopefully spot some wildlife along the way. Finally, you arrive in Carmacks at the end of our Big Salmon River adventure. After the van is loaded you return to Whitehorse.
    Includes: Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip. 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £1,842 per person

    Pelly River

    Duration: 10 Days
    Distance: 298 km’s
    Difficulty: Intermediate Paddler
    Dates: July 14-23 & August 11-20
    Description: Experience the untouched natural splendour, Class II rapids, and wildlife of the Pelly River. Your adventure begins in the town of Faro located in the gorgeous Pelly Mountains and delivers you close to 300kms later in Pelly Crossing. The Pelly River challenges intermediate paddlers as you encounter Class II rapids, including both the Little Fish Hook and Big Fish Hook Rapids, Granite Canyon, and Needlerock Creek. The current is swift and makes for an incredible ride as it winds it’s way west towards the Yukon River. Following the gear check, you depart by van to Faro and the start of your adventure, which is about a five-hour drive past some amazing scenery. Day two introduces you to the wonderful world of white-water with a lesson or review of white-water techniques and safety. Your experienced guide will navigate you safely through these exciting waters. The Pelly River provides excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife such as bears, wolves, and caribou or a chance for anglers to experience world class fishing. Numerous Class I and II rapids make for a thrilling ride set against a backdrop of beautiful mountain landscapes. On your final day you end your adventure in Pelly Crossing and return by van to Whitehorse.
    Includes:
    Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £1,517 per person

    Wind River

    Duration: 15 Days
    Distance: 200 km’s
    Difficulty: Intermediate Paddler – Whitewater Class II
    Dates: June 30 - July 14 & July 28 - August 11
    Description: As one of the major waterways of the Peel Watershed and one of North America’s most intact natural ecosystems, this region of mountains, deep canyons, plateaus, wetlands and rolling hills will take your breath away! The Wind River offers exciting and friendly class I-II whitewater canoeing for intermediate paddlers. Your guide will ensure that you safely maneuver the whitewater and have an exciting paddle through the rapids. During your trip you will have the opportunity to take a break from paddling to hike the vast and beautiful wilderness of the Wernecke Mountains. These hikes offer spectacular panoramic views of the Wind River and its tributaries. Your guide will stop along the river in areas well-known for viewing wildlife, such as wolves, Dall sheep and woodland caribou. If you are a bird viewing enthusiast, then take time to explore the extensive wetlands. Keep an eye out for the soaring Peregrine falcons and other birds of prey that nest along the high ridges.
    Includes:
    Airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse (during regular business hours), fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the river, float plane ride to river and pickup after the river trip, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle drop-off in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £3,522 per person

    Snake River

    Duration: 15 Days
    Distance: 300 km’s
    Difficulty: Experienced canoeist – Whitewater Class II-III
    Dates: TBC (Call for details)
    Description: The Snake River is located in the heart of the Yukon Territory and one of the famous rivers of the Peel Watershed. It drains from the Wernecke Mountains along the Yukon/NWT border into the alluring Peel River. The Snake River offers some of the most picturesque and pristine hiking and paddling found anywhere in the Yukon. Part of the allure of the Snake River is its accessibility by float plane only and its closeness to the Arctic Circle. Experience the wonders of the Midnight Sun and use the extra daylight hours to explore and hike the surrounding mountains. Your guide will take you on hikes up mountain ridges to reach panoramic viewpoints over the vast Snake River valley and beyond. As you paddle your way down the Snake, keep an eye out for soaring Peregrine falcons. You’ll also be travelling through the habitats of woodland caribou, Dall sheep and grizzly bears. The Snake is rated class II-III whitewater, requires advanced paddling skills and lots of rock dodging.
    Includes:
    Fully certified, knowledgeable and experienced river guide, rental and transportation of canoes, paddles and life jackets, overland shuttle to and from the float plane base, float plane rides to river and pickup after the river trip, safety equipment including satellite phone, all meals while on river, airport shuttle pick-up in Whitehorse, 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse prior to trip. 1 night hotel accommodation in Whitehorse after trip, tents, cooking and shared camping equipment.
    Price:
    From £3,686 per person

    Prices

    Costs shown are for ground arrangements only and do not include international flights or pre/post accommodation (unless specified). Everyone's requirements are different, so we ask you to let us know what you'd like to do and we will create the full package for you. 

    Muktuk Husky Adventure

    Whitehorse

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    • Musher

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    • Winter Sledding

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    Muktuk Adventures welcomes guests of all ages and interests to share an authentic Yukon experience. If you’ve ever dreamt of sledding across a frozen river topped with untouched snow on a perfectly clear winter day, Muktuk Adventures can turn that dream into reality. The Takhini Valley has a profound effect on the human soul. Surrounded by low-lying mountain ranges where the only sound you hear is your dog team, running at a modest pace as they love to do, and perhaps the call of an eagle or a raven nearby. Located twenty minutes from Whitehorse, choose from a three, four or seven night package staying at the pretty guest ranch, or one of the day trip options. Mushing activities are available November to April, whilst the snow sustains the activity. Between May and September, day tours with the dogs, hiking, canoeing and horse riding are available, whilst dog training runs and hiking are on the calendar during September and October.

    Full day dog sledding

    Duration: 6.5 Hours

    Includes lunch on the trail and transportation to and from Whitehorse.

    Cheechako Winter

    Duration: 4 days

    Includes 1/2 day dog sledding, 1/2 day snow shoeing and ice fishing
    (mid Nov-March), 1/2 day either horse back ride or snowmobile ride, all meals, transport and accommodation

    Rookie Lodge 

    Duration: 7 days

    Experience the Yukon winter on the runners of your own dog team. Learn what it takes to be a musher and on an evening, get a chance to see the northern lights from the lodge. All meals, transportation and accommodation is included.

    Follow the Yukon Quest

    Duration: 14 days

    Shadow the greatest mushers to find out first-hand what it takes to compete in the most demanding wilderness race. You will witness the rigor of a checkpoint, marvel at the bond between dog team and musher and feel the thrill of the Yukon Quest.

    Prices

    Full day dog sledding

    From £195 per person.

    Cheechako Winter

    From £770 per person.

    Rookie Lodge 

    From £1225 per person.

    Follow the Yukon Quest

    From £2580 per person.

    Discover Whitehorse & White Pass Yukon Railroad

    Whitehorse

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    • White Pass and Yukon Rail Road

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    • White Pass and Yukon Rail Road

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    Located on the banks of the Yukon River, Whitehorse is the largest city in the territory as well as the Yukon capital, and is the base of this three night experience. Enjoy a city tour, offering a brief introduction to the local history, with highlights which include Old Log Church, Fish Ladder, SS Klondike and Miles Canyon Lookout. Travelling by motorcoach from the White Pass Depot in Whitehorse, it’s a scenic journey along the South Klondike Highway to Fraser, British Columbia, from where you board the world famous narrow gauge White Pass & Yukon Railroad. A 28 mile rail journey descends into Skagway, Alaska, where there is opportunity to have lunch and stroll the historic town before making the journey back to Whitehorse.

    Duration: 4 Days

    Your Tour Includes:

    • Full day Whitehorse to Skagway tour, including White Pass rail excursion
    • 2 hour Whitehorse City tour
    • Accommodations as stated

    Day 1 Arrive Whitehorse

    Upon arrival in Whitehorse, transfer to your accommodation. The rest of the day is free to explore Whitehorse.
    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

    Day 2 Whitehorse

    Located on the banks of the Yukon River, Whitehorse is the largest city and capital of the Yukon territory. This morning you will join a city tour for an introduction to the history of Whitehorse. Highlights of the tour include Old Log Chrurch, SS Klondike, Miles Canyon and Log Skyscraper. The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.
    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

    Day 3 Skagway

    Today, board a motor coach at the White Pass Depot in Whitehorse for a trip along the scenic South Klondike Highway to Fraser, BC. Here, you will connect with the world famous narrow gauge White Pass & Yukon Route Railway. A 28 mile journey will take you over the White Pass Summit and into Skagway, Alaska. A two hour layover is included in Skagway allowing you to browse the historic town. You will then re-board your motor coach for the trip from Skagway back to Whitehorse.
    Hotel: Best Western Gold Rush Inn

    Day 4 Depart Whitehorse

    This morning you will check out of your hotel and depart Whitehorse.

    Prices

    From £399 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms.

    Whitehorse City Tour

    Whitehorse

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    • Whitehorse SS Klondlike

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    • Whitehorse at night

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    • Whitehorse Street Entertainment

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    This 2 hour tour features a brief introduction to the local history of Whitehorse, including stops at SS Klondike, Shipyard's Park, Old Log Church and Log Skyscraper, Fish Ladder and the Whitehorse Visitor Information Centre.

    Duration: 2 Hours

    Prices

    From £33 per adult and £17 per child (6-12 years)

    Guided Canoe & Kayak Day Tours

    Whitehorse

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    Enjoy a guided canoe or kayak tour and let the knowledgeable guides show you how beautiful the Yukon River really is.

    You will be picked up from your accommodation and return once the day is done. Full day trips include a catered northern lunch, while half days include a snack and refreshments.

    Eagle Tour

    Canoe down the historic Yukon River and enjoy the peaceful scenery. Paddle from Whitehorse to the confluence of the Takhini River. A great half day choice for beginner paddlers.

    Duration: 4 hours

    Bucket List

    Enjoy a whole days paddle from Whitehorse close to the beginning of Lake Laberge. A perfect way to enjoy a Yukon summer day!

    Duration: 6 hours

    History 101: Miles Canyon

    Canoe this famous stretch of the Yukon River - from the end of Marsh Lake, through Miles Canyon and Schwatka Lake to Whitehorse. This is recommended for canoeists with at least some experience.

    Duration: 8 hours

    Prices

    Eagle Tour

    From £99 per person

    Bucket List

    From £149 per person

    History 101: Miles Canyon

    From £159 per person

    Kluane National Park

    Whitehorse

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    This full day tour departs early morning from Whitehorse to Kluane National Park. The National Park is a natural treasure which leaves visitors awe inspired by its beauty. It includes Canada's tallest mountain, Mount Logan (5,959m) of the St Elias Mountains. Glaciers and mountains dominate the park's landscape, covering 82% of its area. The park is also home to a wide variety of plants, birds and other wildlife, such as bears, moose and wolves. Lunch is included on the tour.

    Prices

    From £218 per adult and £109 per child (6 to 12 years old)

    Gold Fields & Mine Tour

    Dawson City

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    • GoldBottom Mine Tour

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    • GoldBottom Tour

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    Learn about authentic gold mining operations on GoldBottom or Hunker Creek, in the heart of the Klondike. The Millar family and the GoldBottom crew have over 30 years gold mining experience to share. Hear their personal experiences and stories about life on the creeks and learn about historic and modern placer gold mining methods, from staking a claim to selling the gold. Round trip shuttle from Dawson City is included in this three hour tour.

    Prices

    From £45 per adult and £23 per child (7 to 15 years)

    Tombstone Territorial Park Day Tour

    Dawson City

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    • Hiking in Tombstone Territorial Park

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    • TombstoneTerritorial Park

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    • Dempster Highway

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    • Grizzly Bear

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    This is a scenic day trip, which takes you along the famous Dempster Highway. During the comfortable ride there are stops at some of the most breath-taking viewpoints. You'll take a one hour guided flat-terrain hike along the North Klondike River, spend some time at the Interpretation Centre and enjoy a hearty, healthy picnic lunch.

    Prices

    From £89 per adult and £48 per child (3-15 years)

    Major Peaks of the St. Elias

    Haines Junction

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    • Kluane Flightseeing

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    • Kluane Flightseeing

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    • Kluane Flightseeing

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    • Kluane Flightseeing

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    • Kluane Flightseeing

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    Fly in a turbo-charged STOL ski plane from Kluane Lake and climb over the huge glaciers toward the giant mountains of the St. Elias region. The St. Elias mountains rise up from the sweeping lines of the glacier fields - the highest being Mt. Logan at almost 6,000 meters, making it the second highest point in North America. You will also see the world's largest non-polar icefield.

    Prices

    From £194 per person.

    Dog Sledding in Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Dog Sledding, Yukon

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    • Time from a rest

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    • Awe-Inspiring views

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    • Half & full day tours available

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    Transfer by van to the dog kennel outside of Whitehorse. Here you’ll watch your guide harnessing your dogs and hitching them to the sled. The highlight of this excursion will be when you’ll run your own dog team for approximately 4-5 hours (2 hours for half day tour).

    Inclusions:

    • transfers
    • instructions & guide
    • use of dogs and sled (two guests per dog sled)
    • lunch and hot drinks (full day tour)
    • trail side fire (full day tour)
    • snacks and hot drinks (half day tour)
    Prices

    Half Day (3-4 hours)

    From £159 per person (minimum Age - 5 years)

    Full Day (7-8 hours)

    From £209 per person (minimum Age - 12 years)

    Yukon Wildlife Preserve & Takhini Hot Springs, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Yukon Wildlife Preserve

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    • Takhini Hot Springs

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    • Elk at Yukon Wildlife Preserve

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    • Wildlife at Yukon Wildlife Preserve

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    • Time for a dip, Takhini Hot Springs

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    The Yukon Wildlife Preserve & Takhini Hot Springs Tour is an excellent guided tour and great opportunities to view and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat: Dall Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goat, Deer, Elk, Woodland Caribou, Wood Bison, Musk-Ox and Moose may be seen, usually up close! Short drive to Takhini Hot Springs. Relax in the hot water pool and enjoy the winter landscape. Coffee shop and desserts available to purchase at the hot springs.

    Inclusions:

    • entry fees (Wildlife Preserve & Takhini Hot Springs)
    • 1.5 to 2 hour guided tour of Wildlife Preserve
    • all transfers
    Prices

    From £75 per adult

    From £55 per child (minimum age 5 years)

    Snowmobile Driving, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    You will be taken to the site and given an introduction to the safety of driving a snow machine. After instructions and a trial run with your instructor, you’ll be driving your own machine over prepared trails through the incredible winter landscape of the Yukon.

    Inclusions:

    • transfers
    • instruction & Guide
    • the use of a snow machine (2 guests per snow machine)
    • lunch and hot drinks on full day tour
    • snacks and hot drinks on half day tour
    Prices

    Half Day (3-4 hours)

    From £159 per adult

    From £87 per child (minimum age of 8 years)

    Full Day (7-8 hours)

    From £236 per adult

    From £130 per child (minimum age of 8 years)

     

    Ice Fishing And Snowshoeing, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Ice Fishing And Snowshoeing

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    • Waiting for a nibble

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    • Pose for the camera

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    After a short drive to a frozen lake, you will be shown how to walk on snowshoes. With their fishing equipment, you will walk onto the ice of the lake where you will fish through a hole in the ice. With some luck, you will catch a Lake Trout or Grayling and pull it up through the hole.

    Inclusions:

    • transfers
    • snowshoes
    • angling equipment & permit
    • instruction on how to use snowshoes and on how to fish
    • snack and hot drinks
    Prices

    From £130 per person (minimum ages 12 years)

    Aurora Borealis Viewing Tour, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Aurora Borealis Viewing Tour

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    • An eerie, sulfurous sheen

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    • Spectacular and mystical Northern Lights

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    To the north, an eerie, sulfurous sheen begins to ripple into the night sky. It arcs itself into an ebb and flows, slowly growing, then suddenly bursts across the full expanse of the night sky waving and dancing as if it were happy. It’s the spectacular and mystical Northern Lights and viewings such as the one above are common in the Yukon. Northern Lights viewing activities take place outside the city. A heated, cozy cabin or wall tent is available for your comfort. Hot drinks and snacks are provided.

    Itinerary: 
    You will be picked up at your hotel at 10 pm. You will then be driven for about 25 minutes to the heated viewing facility out of town to avoid the disturbing lights of the city (light pollution). At the viewing site, they offer hot drinks and snacks. There will be a campfire outside as well for you to sit around, roast marsh mallows and enjoy the quiet and clear winter night and of course the breathtaking Aurora Borealis displays. At around 2:30 am you will return to your hotel.

    Inclusions: 

    • All transfers by van including English speaking driver/guide
    • 1 night of guided Aurora watching at heated wall tent or log cabin, including hot drinks, snacks, and campfire
    Prices

    From £84 per adult

    From £52 per child (minimum age 5 years)

    The Ultimate Winter Experience, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Tobogganing

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    • Dog sledding

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    • Snowshoeing

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    • Snowmobiling

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    The ultimate winter experience at one modest price! Be prepared for an afternoon filled with great activities.

    Snow Shoeing: They try to walk as the old-timers and trappers do. You’ll find out soon that this mode of transportation is lots of fun – and hard work. So work up a sweat and go into the deep snow to break trail.

    Dog Sledding: Ride with an experienced dog musher and enjoy the ride on the sled pulled by a strong team of well-trained huskies. Experience the beautiful winter landscape from your sled.

    Snow Machine: Again, let yourself be introduced to these fun machines and drive on a groomed trail. You’ll be amazed, how easy it is to get hooked to the fun of a snow machine.

    Surprise Events: We will offer you other entertaining activities like snow tobogganing.

    *Please note: You will be passengers on the dog sled as well as the snowmobile*

    Prices

    From £145 per person (minimum age of 5 years)

    Life In The Cold – Guided Hike With Nature Interpretation, Yukon

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Life In The Cold, Hiking Adventure

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    A two-hour walk through Yukon’s boreal forest takes you along a creek and to the banks of the Yukon River. While walking along the trail you may see some of the birds and animals that live here. Your guide will give you information about wintering strategies such as migration, hibernation, and resistance in animals and plants that make the boreal forest their home. Bring your winter cloth and your camera. You will have the opportunity to take your very special pictures of a frosty environment and an iced over creek!

    Inclusions:

    • transfers
    • guided walk
    • hot drinks and cookies
    Prices

    From £100 per person (minimum age 12 years)

    Aurora Borealis Winter Packages

    Whitehorse, Yukon

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    • Aurora Borealis

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    • A cozy heated cabin

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    • Awe-inspiring views

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    • A beautiful family adventure

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    • Downtown Dawson City

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    • Northern Lights Resort & Spa

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    • Northern Lights Resort & Spa Lobby

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    • Stunning views from your room

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    Whitehorse & Dawson City

    Tour Includes:

    • 2 nights of accommodation in Whitehorse in a 3 Star Hotel
    • 2 nights at the Aurora Inn in Dawson City
    • Breakfasts and Dinners in Dawson City
    • Airport transfers, introduction, Aurora Borealis Viewing and assistance
    • 2 nights of guided Aurora Viewing in Whitehorse at Northern Tales Trading Post (including hot drinks and snacks)
    • 2 nights of guided Aurora Viewing in Dawson City (including hot drinks and snacks)
    • City Tour of Dawson City
    • Dawson City historic walking tour
    • All transfers as per itinerary include English speaking driver
    • Round Trip airfare (from Whitehorse to Dawson City to Whitehorse)

    Itinerary

    Day 1 - You will be welcomed at the airport and transferred to your Hotel in downtown Whitehorse. The hotel is located within walking distance of all attractions, restaurants, banks, and stores. There will be an informational meeting and registration for optional tours at the hotel. Take your time for fitting the winter clothing (optional but recommended), shopping and dinner on your own. At 10pm departure for Aurora viewing. A cozy, heated cabin or wall tent with hot drinks and snacks make your Aurora viewing even more enjoyable. You will return to the hotel around 3am.

    Day 2 - Today you will be flying to the world famous Gold Rush town – the historic town of Dawson City. Your flight departs Whitehorse at 8.15am and your hotel shuttle bus will bring you to the airport about 1.5-2 hours prior to departure. You will be greeted when you get off the plane in Dawson City by a long time resident and local expert and culture and history. Located at the mouth of the confluence of the Klondike and the mighty Yukon rivers, Dawson City is a site rich in Tr’ondek Hwech’in and gold mining culture, complete with a modern day mining economy, vibrant tourism, and arts scene.

    Upon arrival into town, you will check in to the Aurora Inn where you will be personally greeted by the owners. The experience at the Aurora Inn includes the most comfortable rooms in Dawson City, freshly prepared dinners and breakfasts with the chance to meet the chef, and top-notch hospitality.

    Now the real adventure begins. Each night you will get a chance to witness the magnificent Aurora Borealis display in the late night sky. You will be taken to the owner’s homestead property where small group sizes and the quiet of the Yukon winter nights allow time to connect to the land and to stories of its people and history. Enjoy a heated yurt and hot snacks and beverages for a chance to warm up – enjoy the great outdoors and the cold winter night for the true Aurora hunter!

    Day 3 - Experience the rich Gold Rush and Tr’ondek Hwech’in history through a driving tour of the town and the gold fields. Later enjoy an inside glimpse into some of Dawson City’s oldest buildings on your historic walking tour hosted by Parks Canada. With this uniquely Canadian experience, you will experience a balanced blend of adventures, scenery, history and the very best of Northern hospitality! In the evening, join them again for another Aurora Viewing Tour.

    Day 4 - Sleep in today or spend some time exploring the town on foot. Since you are accommodated right in downtown, all of the downtown core is easily accessible. In the afternoon, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Whitehorse. You will take the complimentary airport shuttle bus to your hotel and at 10pm you will depart for another night of Aurora viewing at the Northern Tales Trading Post. You then return to the hotel around 2.30am.

    Day 5 - Transfer to the airport for your flight home or continue your fly drive adventure

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    Aurora Borealis At Northern Lights Resort & Spa

    Tour Includes:

    • 2 nights of accommodation in Whitehorse (1st and last night)
    • 3 nights of lodge accommodation (private room or cabin)
    • All transfers including English speaking driver/guide
    • Airport transfers
    • 2 nights of guided Aurora viewing at Northern Tales Viewing Site (including hot drinks and snacks)
    • 3 nights of guided Aurora Viewing at lodge resort
    • Meals at the lodge (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
    • Free download link for pictures taken during the Aurora tour
    • Welcome information meeting
    • Snowshoes at the resort
    • City tour

    Itinerary

    Day 1You will be welcomed at the airport and transferred to your Hotel in downtown Whitehorse. The hotel is located within walking distance of all attractions, restaurants, banks, and stores.

    There will be a welcome meeting and the opportunity to register for optional tours at the hotel. Take your time for fitting the winter clothing (optional), shopping and dinner on your own. At 10 pm you will depart for an Aurora viewing. A cozy, heated cabin or wall tent with hot drinks and snacks make your Aurora viewing even more enjoyable. You will return back to the hotel around 3 am.

    Day 2 - In the morning you will be taken for a city tour of Whitehorse. Between 1.00pm and 3.00pm, you will then be taken to the Northern Lights Resort & Spa. Relax, unwind and soak up the peaceful ambiance. Located just 20 minutes south of Whitehorse, this little piece of paradise is the Yukon´s newest get-away destination – a hideaway located in quiet open countryside close to the Yukon River, surrounded by pine forests and ringed by mountains.

    You will stay in a cozy guest room with a large en-suite bathroom in the lodge or in a well-appointed cottage featuring a large living/bedroom with a fireplace, adjacent kitchen, and en-suite bathroom. The spa & wellness area is located in the main building and features a finish sauna, infrared sauna, whirlpool, restroom and a room for massage treatments. The surroundings are perfect for relaxing in the guest lounge, the large deck or the privacy of your own cottage, enjoying the spectacular views of the Northern Lights in winter. The open area surrounding the lodge allows unobscured views of the soaring Aurora!

    Day 3 - Wake up to a healthy European-style breakfast and spend your days relaxing in the lodge in front of the fireplace. Since you will be up late the night before, you may not want to have breakfast too early, you can arrange with the hose for a later breakfast if desired. We recommend you go for a snowshoe hike or plan a day out dog sledding. Why not enjoy the sauna and customized massage treatment in the spa. Or simply relax in the outdoor hot tub on the large deck under the breathtaking northern sky. In the evening, after dinner, you may stay up late again to view the Aurora Borealis.

    Day 4 - Today its time for a relaxing day at the Resort. Why not check out the list of optional day tours, if you are interested in experiencing a typical Yukon activity.

    Day 5 - After a hearty breakfast, the rest of the morning is at your leisure, we recommend you plan one last day tour before transferring back to your hotel in Downtown Whitehorse. At 10 pm you will depart for your last night of Aurora viewing at the Northern Tales Trading Post and will return to the hotel around 3 am.

    Day 6 - Transfer to the airport for your flight home or continue your fly drive adventure.

    Prices

    Whitehorse & Dawson City (4 nights)

    From £1399 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.

    Aurora Borealis At Northern Lights Resort & Spa (5 nights)

    From £1069 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.

    *Please note that due to the remote locations visited, some accommodation is below the standard that we would normally recommend*

    Tombstone Park Day Tours, Yukon

    Tombstone, Yukon

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    • Hiking in Tombstone National Park

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    • Fully guided tours

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    • Wildlife of Tombstone National Park

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    • Snowshoeing on the winter tour

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    Tombstone Park Summer Day Tour

    Ride the Dempster Highway as your guide discusses the history and importance in the Klondike. Visit the Interpretive Centre to sample herbal tea. Enjoy a hike within the park. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a hearty picnic lunch at the park campground. Take photos and keep an eye out for wildlife while taking in the views!

    Duration: 7.5 hours

    Tombstone Park Winter Day Tour - Operates February 1st to March 31st and September 1st to October 31st

    After a morning pick up at your hotel, you will be transported to the beautiful Dempster Highway to Tombstone Park. You will hike the North Klondike Trail, which is both scenic and easy to walk. For a truly Canadian experience, we recommend an optional snowshoeing along the North Klondike River. You will then head to the campground to warm up in the cook shack and enjoy sandwiches, snacks, and hot refreshments. After lunch, drive north through the park for more scenic viewing and interpretations. Once your back in town, you will either be dropped back of at your hotel or elsewhere downtown if you wish. Make sure to bring a camera and dress warm!

    Duration: 7.5 hours

    Tombstone Park Aerial Tour

    Enjoy the convenience of a hotel pick up and drop off to Dawson City Airport. Make sure to have a camera ready for the aerial views of the park, backcountry, and Ogilvie Mountain range. Upon your return to the airport, a driver will be waiting to take you back downtown.

    Duration: 1.5 hours

    Tombstone Park by Land and Air

    Ride up the Dempster Highway. Enjoy scenic viewing of the park. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a picnic lunch with light refreshments followed by a visit to the Interpretive Centre. Continue the day with a one hour guided hike. Finish the day with an aerial tour of Ogilvie Mountains and Tombstone Backcountry. Airport transfer included.

    Duration: 6 hours

    Prices

    Tombstone Park Summer Day Tour

    From £102 per person

    Tombstone Park Winter Day Tour

    From £189 per person

    Tombstone Park Aerial Tour

    From £174 per person

    Tombstone Park by Land and Air

    From £459 per person

    Multi-Day Adventures in Tombstone, Yukon

    Tombstone, Yukon

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    • Trekking Tombstone

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    • Heli Hike - Camping

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    • Tombstone Valley Landscape

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    • Wilderness Tourism Guided Tours

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    • All transportation included

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    Tombstone Park Heli Hike - Advanced difficulty

    Discover the wonder of Tombstone Territorial Park's backcountry - by helicopter! After a scenic heli tour into the Ogilvie Mountain Range, your group and experienced guide will be dropped off at Talus Lake for four full days of photography, hiking and exploring.

    Inclusions:

    • Transportation in and out of the park, by helicopter and van
    • All camping and park fees
    • All meals while camping
    • Wilderness Tourism certified guide
    • All hotel accommodation in Dawson City
    • Dinner and entertainment on the evening of day 5
    • Unlimited tour options in and around Dawson City on day 6
    • Use of camping gear - double tents, sleeping pads, sleeping bags, water filters, cookstoves, bear canisters, and bear spray.

    Duration: 6 nights/7 days

    Tombstone Park Trekking Adventure - Advanced/Expert difficulty

    Explore the rugged peaks and sweeping valleys of Tombstone Territorial Park on this unique trekking adventure! After an easy morning of sightseeing along the Dempster Highway, the real adventure begins - four full days of remote backcountry trekking. 

    Inclusions:

    • Transportation in and out of the park, by helicopter and van
    • All camping and park fees
    • All meals while camping
    • Wilderness Tourism certified guide
    • All hotel accommodation in Dawson City
    • Dinner and entertainment on the evening of day 5
    • Unlimited tour options in and around Dawson City on day 6
    • Use of camping gear - double tents, sleeping pads, sleeping bags, water filters, cookstoves, bear canisters, and bear spray.

    Duration: 6 nights/7 days

    Prices

    Tombstone Park Heli Hike

    From £2929 per person

    Tombstone Park Trekking Adventure

    From £1979 per person

    City & Goldfields Tours, Yukon

    Yukon

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    • Downtown Dawson City

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    • Midnight Dome, Dawson City

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    • Aerial view of Dawson City

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    City & Goldfields - Summer Tour

    This is the ideal tour for anyone who is looking to learn about the Klondike Goldrush and modern-day mining. Included is a visit to Claim 33 to try your hand at panning. Don't worry finding gold is guaranteed! A bus tour of Dawson highlights some of the most prominent historical buildings in town. Finally, stop by the impressive Dredge No.4 to see how gold was extracted at the turn of the century.

    Duration: 3 hours

    City & Goldfields - Winter Tour

    After a hotel pick up, you will take a tour of Dawson City, the Goldfield, and the Midnight Dome! The little town is full of colorful, crooked buildings and Canadian National Historic Sites. You will drive past century-old banks, government buildings, and even older brothels! After a tour of the town, you will visit Discovery Claim (where gold was first found in the Klondike) and impressive Dredge No.4. Finally, should weather permit, you will make your way up to the Midnight Dome, Dawsons highest point, to take in a view of the city and the surrounding scenery.

    Duration: 3 hours

    Prices

    City & Goldfields - Summer Tour

    From £47 per person

    City & Goldfields - Winter Tour

    From £76 per person

    Top of the Midnight Dome, Yukon

    Dawson City, Yukon

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    • Top of the Midnight Dome

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    • Guided small group tour

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    • Dome Road, Dawson City

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    Enjoy a drive to the top of the highest point in the city, as you learn about local history, culture, and folklore from your guide. Spend some time at the summit and make sure to bring your camera! From your location, you'll get spectacular 360-degree views of the goldfields, Klondike, Yukon rivers and Klondike Valley.

    Duration: 1.25 hours

    Prices

    From £23 per person

    Mini Aurora Borealis Packages, Dawson City

    Dawson City, Yukon

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    • Aurora Borealis Explorer Tour

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    • Aurora Borealis Prospector Tour

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    • Aurora Borealis Outdoor Adventure Tour

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    Aurora Borealis Prospector

    Experience the Northern Lights and historic Dawson City! Join the Klondike Experience for a one-of-a-kind package deal in Dawson City! This three-day, two-night all-inclusive Dawson City tour package includes the following:

    • 2 nights’ stay at the Aurora Inn in Dawson City
    • Breakfasts and dinners at The Aurora Restaurant
    • Two nights of Aurora Borealis viewing excursions
    • A City & Goldfields van tour
    • Admission to the Dawson City Museum
    • Dawson City historic walking tour

    Duration: 3 days/2 nights

    Aurora Borealis Explorer

    Experience the Northern Lights and historic Dawson City, plus enjoy a beautiful day-trip to Tombstone Territorial Park! Join the Klondike Experience for an amazing all-inclusive Yukon adventure! This three-day, two-night Dawson City holiday package includes the following:

    • 2 nights’ stay at The Aurora Inn in Dawson City
    • Breakfasts and dinners at The Aurora Restaurant
    • Two nights of Aurora Borealis viewing excursions
    • A guided day trip to Tombstone Park for scenic driving, optional snowshoeing, beautiful viewpoints, and a hearty lunch
    • Admission to the Dawson City Museum
    • Dawson City historic walking tour

    Duration: 3 days/2 nights

    Aurora Borealis Outdoor Adventure

    Experience the best of winter life in Dawson City – Dog Sledding, Aurora Borealis, and Tombstone Park! Join the Klondike Experience for an all-inclusive adventure of a lifetime in the Yukon! This four-day, three-night Aurora Borealis vacation package includes the following:

    • 3 nights’ stay at The Aurora Inn in Dawson City
    • Breakfasts and dinners at The Aurora Restaurant
    • A guided day trip to Tombstone park for scenic driving, optional snowshoeing, beautiful viewpoints, and a hearty lunch
    • Dog sledding on the frozen Yukon River (depending on the season)
    • 2 nights of Aurora Borealis viewing excursions
    • A City and Goldfields van tour
    • Admission to the Dawson City Museum
    • Dawson City historic walking tour

    Duration: 4 days/3 nights

    Prices

    Aurora Borealis Prospector

    From £705 per person

    Aurora Borealis Explorer

    From £869 per person

    Aurora Borealis Outdoor Adventure

    From £989 per person

    Winter Tours of Dawson City, Yukon

    Dawson City, Yukon

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    • Dog Sledding

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    • Meet the dogs and mushers

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    • Aurora Borealis Viewing

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    Dog Sledding

    Meet B-line’s friendly racing dogs and experience them in action! After picking you up from your hotel in Dawson City, you will take a bus trip up to B-line Kennels where you get to know their 32 racing dogs and learn about life on the trail and at the kennels. Then, you meet your hosts, Brian and Melissa, who show you the special gear and equipment and tell you about the dedication it takes to live out on the trails. After the kennel tour, harness up and hit the trails on a Yukon dog sled ride of your own! Bundle up! We’ll be outside and it will certainly be chilly.

    Duration: 2.5 hours

    Aurora Borealis Viewing

    You will be taken to an Aurora viewing area outside of Dawson City where you experience stunning photo opportunities, breathtaking views, and photo coaching! Enjoy some cultural and historical info on Dawson City and the Klondike throughout the night. Coffee, tea, and a snack are served around midnight. Please dress warm! You will be spending long periods of time outdoors, though you will also have a cozy campfire and a heated wall tent should you get chilly. See the Aurora Borealis like never before on this enchanting Yukon tour!

    Duration: 3 hours

     

    Prices

    Dog Sledding

    From £114 per person

    Aurora Borealis Viewing

    From £76 per person