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Fly Drive Canada

Complete Yukon

Begins in and ends in Whitehorse

  • 15 Days / 14 Nights
  • June to August

Embark on a two-week adventure through Yukon territory, traversing mountainous scenery and beautiful lakes. Highlights include Dawson City, Tombstone Territorial Park, Kluane National Park, Keno City, Marsh Lake, Watson Lake and Carmacks. This fly drive also includes:

  • Round trip scheduled flights to Whitehorse
  • Intermediate 4 door car hire including insurances
  • Accommodations as stated
  • Breakfast and dinner and use of mountain bikes, canoes, kayaks and facilities at Inn on the Lake

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Day 2

Whitehorse Area

We’ve allowed an additional full day for you to enjoy the delights of Whitehorse. Discover a downtown that’s loaded with charisma – a captivating mix of coffee shops, museums and quirky heritage buildings. Enjoy public art, inspired cuisine, live performances and inviting cultural explorations. Stroll the Millennium Trail past the impressive Whitehorse dam and along the river to tour the historic S.S. Klondike sternwheeler.

Best Western Gold Rush Inn, Whitehorse
Day 3, 4, 5

Tagish Lake

64mi / 103km

Heading south today, your drive is short but beautiful scenery accompanies your journey. We suggest you take the route via Carcross, where First Nations culture invite you to experience their heritage. Stand in the presence of totem poles, and then tuck inside a carving shed to watch and learn the significance of the artwork’s shapes and colours. Get a coffee and snack at Carcross Commons and wander down to Bennett Lake’s sandy beaches. This glacial lake was once busy with gold seekers struggling their way to the Klondike. Today, it’s busy with people enjoying the sand. Carcross is also the end point of the White Pass & Yukon Route railway, which is definitely worth a visit or maybe even include a journey.  Once you at Tagish Lake, you can relax and enjoy the vistas of Southern Lakes Resort which is located on the shoreline. There are a plethora of activities for you to enjoy during the warmer months, including kayaking, hiking and mountain biking.

Southern Lakes Resort, Tagish Lake
Day 6


172mi / 277km

Following a hearty breakfast, today you head north to Carmacks. Re-trace your route through Whitehorse and follow the Klondike Highway until you reach the confluence of the Nordenskiold and Yukon Rivers in Carmacks. This is a small town known for its gold rush history and as the ancestral homelands of the Ts’awlnjik Dan First Nation. The boardwalk by the water has interpretive signs on the area’s interesting history and culture. Just north of the Yukon River bridge, the Tagé Cho Hudän Interpretive Centre has fascinating artifacts and examples of the local First Nation heritage, including a dugout canoe and a moose skin boat. 

Hotel Carmacks
Day 7

Mayo/Keno City

330mi / 531km

Today your journey continues north. Initially, your journey hugs the Yukon River, before skirting Pelly Crossing, McArthur and Stewart Crossin, making for a very pretty four hour journey with lots of stopping opportunities en route. Your route picks up the infamous Silver Trail. Officially Highway 11, the more colourful name is a nod to the area’s silver mining boom – a lesser-known era than the Klondike gold rush. Winding from the Stewart River Bridge through the Traditional Territory of the Na-Cho Nyäk Dun First Nation, the paved road ends at Mayo with an unpaved loop past Elsa and Keno. Just barely topping 500 year-round residents, this region is largely undeveloped, so there’s plenty of elbow room. Enjoy a tucked-away arts scene, tune into marmots whistling about your arrival, paddle a historic river or log some miles on your mountain bike. Just be sure to give the right of way to any majestic moose or impressive mammals that may cross your path.

Bedrock Motel, Mayo
Day 8, 9

Dawson City & Tombstone Territorial Park

178mi / 286km

Today you reach famous Dawson City! 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. Why not visit Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Casino, take a cruise down the Yukon River, or take a walking historical tour. Take time to visit the various historical sights of Dawson City: SS Keno – the last steamer to run the Yukon River from Whitehorse; the Jack London Interpretive Center with the poet’s original cabin; the city museum with audiovisual presentations; Dredge #4 – build in 1912 on famous Bonanza Creek and the Grand Palace Theatre – home of the Gaslight Follies Show. Do not miss the short drive on the Ridge Road to the top of the Midnight Dome with excellent views over Dawson, the Ogilvie Mountains, and the Yukon and Klondike Rivers.

Sightseeing in Dawson City & Tombstone National Park

Westmark Inn, Dawson City
Day 10

Beaver Creek

308mi / 496km

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.

Discover Yukon Lodgings, Kluane National Park
Day 11, 12

Haines Junction

184mi / 296km

Today you drive southeast into the Kluane Region of Yukon. In the summer, Kluane comes alive with sunshine, songbirds and wildflowers, but it’s also home to giants. Ancient icefields, enormous glaciers and massive mountains dominate this region all year long. Kluane is an extraordinary experience, with several tempting stops that are too good to miss. Wildlife viewing can include mountain goats and Dall sheep on the mountainside. Grizzly and black bears are often seen munching on plants along the highway. Take things up several notches beyond the highways that parallel the park’s boundaries. Indulge in a flightseeing tour over the world’s largest non-polar icefields, raft past calving glaciers on the Alsek River, or hike into some of the most spectacular backcountry you’ll ever explore.Your drving 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.

Sightseeing in Haines Junction

The Raven Hotel, Haines Junction
Day 13, 14

Marsh Lake

121mi / 195km

Today you leave the Kluane Region and venture back into the Whitehorse region. You may want to stop at Lake Bennett,  Carcross desert (the world’s smallest desert), visit the refreshing Hot Springs or Yukon Wildlife Preserve. 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 quiet setting. This area has a myriad of recreational opportunities but you’d be forgiven for taking time out to absorb the areas incredible beauty.

Inn on the Lake, Marsh Lake
Day 15

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.

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