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Hotels in Yukon Territory

Yukon Territories is found in Canada's northwestern corner. If you are visiting, it's likely you will fly into Whitehorse International Airport, so choosing a discount Whitehorse hotel is smart. Attractions include Yukon College, Arts Centre and Canada Games Centre. To pan for gold at an operational mine or to visit the 1899 Palace Grand Theatre, select a Dawson City hotel with amenities that suit you just right. Our Yukon Territories Hotel Guide will help you plan your visit and save you money.

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Kluane National Park and Reserve

Giant, rugged mountain ranges create a dramatic backdrop for Kluane, sporting Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan, along with the largest icefields besides the polar caps. Hiking is the most popular activity and over a dozen clearly market trails are available for every level of ability. The park is home to abundant wildlife, including Dall sheep, mountain goats, moose, grizzly and black bears. You can find excitement rafting down the Alsek River, flightseeing, mountain biking along former mining roads, and participating in every winter recreational activity imaginable. Find Hotels near Kluane National Park and Reserve.

Tombstone Territorial Park

Dempster Highway runs through Tombstone, allowing visitors access to beautiful Yukon wilderness. An excellent Interpretive Centre offers displays and interpretive walks, the newest of which is Beaver Pond Interpretive Trail. Four front-country and 4 back-country trails are offered; the 1.7 Goldensides Trail is difficult, but you are rewarded well with unparalleled panoramic views. Angling is quite popular in sparkling clean streams and lakes, with catches including arctic grayling, lake trout and northern pike. Find Hotels near Tombstone Territorial Park.

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Yukon Overview

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Promoting itself as “larger than life”, Yukon Territories is Canada’s second smallest province at just over 480 square kilometers. Its population is just over 34,000 - talk about elbow room! Located in the northwestern corner of Canada, its borders are the U.S. state of Alaska to the west, Beaufort Sea to the north, Northwest Territories to the east and British Columbia to its south. First Nation customs and beliefs are honored in Yukon, and there is an active Francophone community.

Capital and largest city, Whitehorse, is home to two-thirds of Yukon’s population. The Alaska Highway is the primary roadway through town, and an International Airport is available. A number of Yukon hotels are located in this area for convenience sake, as Yukon College, Arts Centre and Canada Games Centre are all located here. To get your heart pumping, walk across a suspension bridge high above the Yukon River at Miles Canyon or climb Grey Mountain in a 4-wheel drive – both activities provide unsurpassed views. Visiting in the summer? Stroll along Millennium Trail, stopping to see the spawning Chinook Salmon at the Fish Ladder, then hop aboard the Waterfront Trolley which stops at a variety of local attractions.

Tiny Dawson City is second largest, with not quite 2,000 residents; it is about an 8 hour drive northwest of Whitehorse on the North Klondike Highway. This city works hard to promote itself! See an operational gold mine, and try your luck at panning. Visitors also enjoy touring National Historic Sites such as the S.S. Keno, used to transport mined ores, and the beautiful 1899 Palace Grand Theatre. Tourism is, after all, the largest private sector employer in Yukon!

Kluane National Park is tucked into the southwestern corner of the province; you can visit Mount Logan, highest point in Canada and second highest in North America. This park is a National Historic Site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kluane’s land falls in the traditional territories of the Champagne and Aishihik, Kluane and White River First Nations. Ivvavik National park is located in the extreme northwestern corner, with bordering Vuntut National Park just to its south. Grab a photo of a polar bear here!

The breathtaking natural resources, abundant wildlife and spectacular wilderness shine in Yukon, and the area is a crucial habitat for rare and endangered species. See moose, caribou, grizzly bears, trumpeter swans, bald and golden eagles, and hawks. Streams and lakes are filled with arctic grayling, northern pike and lake trout, game animals and migratory birds – photographers, conservationists, hunters and anglers are all in heaven here! 

Outdoor activities reign supreme – you can kayak, canoe, ski, snowmobile, snowboard, dogsled and ice climb. The phenomena of summer midnight sun and winter northern lights are on display here, just waiting for you to discover them for yourself. Visit Yukon for the most significant visit ever!

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