Travel Links

Yukon Links

Current & Forecast Yukon Weather: from Environment Canada.

Historic Whitehorse Weather Data: find out when the wettest, driest, snowiest, windiest months have been in past years.

Yukon Webcams: see what the territory looks like right now.

SIR North Country Ranch: one-day or multi-day horseback trips into the high country.

Yukon Horsepacking Adventures: from one-hour trail rides to multi-day expeditions, experience the wilderness around Fox Lake.

Up North Adventures: based in Whitehorse, with year-round services and activities ranging from canoe rentals to snowmobile tours.

Moose Creek Lodge: a historic lodge with campground, B&B and restaurant, on the North Klondike Highway south of Dawson City.

ExploreNorth: Murray Lundberg’s huge Northern travel resource has articles (click here for a lengthy one about a canoe trip from Whitehorse to Dawson), photos and thousands of categorized links.

Four Seasons Bed & Breakfast: located in the quiet Riverdale area, close to downtown and all attractions.

Equinox Outdoor Learning Centre: located near Takhini Hot Springs, with a climbing wall, zipline, rock-climbing courses and other day activities.

The Thirty Mile River: details on this stretch of the river, from the Canadian Heritage Rivers System.

Fort Selkirk: this partially restored trading post is a highlight of the Yukon River trip for many people.

Kluane National Park: one of Canada’s gems makes a great day trip from Lake Laberge.

White Pass & Yukon Route Railway: a trip on the WP&YR is a superb way to experience the “Trail of ’98” over the coastal mountains.

Klondike Visitors Association: Dawson City information.

Air North: jet service into Whitehorse from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.

Car & truck rentals

Budget (email) or phone 867-667-6200
National (through local agent Norcan)


Beyond-the-Yukon Links

Bed and Breakfast Planner – lists over 8,000 unique Bed and Breakfasts around the world.

Midnight Sun Adventure Travel – adventure travel and camping tours in the Canadian Rockies, Vancouver Island, Yukon and Alaska.