A river adventure in the Yukon is like no other adventure whether it is with canoes, kayaks or rafts.
Whitewater rafting past blue glaciers or a rafting trip down the Snake River are also both adventures that are great experiences.
Hunting in the Yukon is different from most other places.
Yukon is the westernmost and smallest of Canada\'s three federal territories.
Yukon\'s Mount Logan, in Kluane National Park and Reserve, is the highest mountain in Canada and the second highest of North America .
The southern Yukon is dotted with a large number of large, long and narrow glacier-fed alpine lakes, most of which flow into the Yukon River system.
Notable widespread tree species within the Yukon are the Black Spruce and White Spruce.
The capital, Whitehorse, is also the largest city, with about two-thirds of the population.
Total Area: 482,443 km2 (186,272 sq mi).
Canada\'s highest point, Mount Logan (5,959 m/19,551 ft), is found in the territory\'s southwest.
The sparsely populated Yukon abounds with snow-melt lakes and perennial snow-capped mountains.
A northern world of great National Parks, wildlife and stunning scenery that stretches east to west – across the top of North America.
Lodges and resorts are comfortable, friendly and always found in fascinating places.
A true wilderness adventure, the upper Liard has it all: big-river flat water, easy paddling, fine vistas, good camping plus fishing in crystal clear waters.
Between December and April.
Major land routes include the Alaska Highway, the Klondike Highway (between Skagway and Dawson City), the Haines Highway (between Haines, Alaska, and Haines Junction).
Whitehorse International Airport serves as the air transport infrastructure hub.
While traveling these trails, the riders will have the opportunity to explore old mining roads, wilderness areas.
Dog Sledding, the original form of transportation in the Yukon.
Activities range from hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking and rafting, fishing, hunting, aurora viewing, dog sledding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, and snowboarding, golf, gold panning, horseback riding, running, wildlife viewing, scenic drives and flightseeing and charters.
Hunting in the Yukon is different from most other places because only one outfitter may operate in each geographical guided area.
These areas also offer superb hiking, whether it is an afternoon stroll or a weekend expedition for hikers of all ages.