Yukon Territory

Yukon Territory

Vuntut National Park is a national park established in 1995. The park encompasses 4,345. Sq. km of wilderness in the northwestern corner of the Yukon, Canada. Vuntut National Park is adjacent to...

Ancient Voices Wilderness Camp is a true representation of the First Nation's traditional way of life. This unique tourist destination is located 27 miles from Dawson City up the Yukon River. It's a...
Nothing says Yukon like an old fashioned saloon and gambling hall. Dawson City’s world famous casino, the oldest in Canada, is housed in the old Arctic Brotherhood Hall that was built in 1901....
What better way to experience Yukon then to pan for gold in the creek that launched the biggest gold rush the world has ever known. Registered October 1896, Claim #6 is 18km from downtown Dawson City...

Located in downtown Dawson City, Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre (Long Time Ago House) shares the traditional and contemporary experiences of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in.

The Dänojà Zho Cultural...

The Midnight Dome is a favorite hike for locals and visitors alike to the top of a 880m (2,911ft) hill from where a fantastic panoramic view of Dawson City and the Yukon River, the Klondike Valley...
The Dawson City Museum has the largest and most important historic collection in the Yukon. Exhibits on display include First Nations, the gold rush, three Klondike Mines Railway locomotives, geology...
Dawson City is well known around the world and was made famous for the Klondike Gold Rush. In August of 1896, three men found gold in Rabbit Creek, now named Bonanza Creek, and changed the history of...