The Yukon is an unspoiled wilderness of massive alpine peaks, deep canyons, pristine lakes and long meandering rivers. Reaching up as far as the arctic tundra, this network of parks creates the largest eco region in the world and with a colourful history of gold rushes and a fascinating aboriginal heritage it's well worth making the journey north.
With a quarter of the countries grizzly bears resident here and more caribou than people, this is also a great place for wildlife viewing. Head into the clear fresh air, paddle a canoe, hike to a panoramic viewpoint or simply sit and take it all in. Even during the winter the Yukon is a special place. The huge skies are one of the best places to view the magnificent Northern Lights and with plenty of winter activites such as dog sledding and snowmobiling to excite this is a great place to be all year round.