Whitehorse, Yukon Hotel front of our Building


Whitehorse, Yukon – it is a larger than life experience, and there is something to do for everyone.For more information on Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Wildlife Viewing, Guided Nature Walks, Hiking, Sightseeing, Arts & Entertainment, Historic & Cultural Attractions, Dining, Shopping & Services, Family Activities and much more.


Hunting: The Yukon provides a unique, remote hunting experience with large isolated wilderness regions. 12 big game species are available, including moose, grizzly and black bears, dall sheep, and wolves.

SS Klondike

One of the last remaining original paddlewheelers, the SS Klondike took passengers and cargo up and down the Yukon River to the gold fields of Dawson City. Guided and self-guided tours available.


Over ten species of fish, plus five species of salmon. Lake trout, northern pike, arctic char, plus sockeye and chinook salmon highlight the types available.


Three golf courses in the territory, two in Whitehorse. Mountain View is a full 18 hole course with driving range. Meadow Lake is a 9 hole course. Top of the World is located in Dawson City, 9 holes.

Horeseback Riding

Ride on horseback to discover the hidden valleys and lakes surrounding Whitehorse. Midnight sun rides offered, mid-day trips, or ride by the hour.

Canoeing / Kayaking

Home to some of the cleanest and wildest waters in North America. Explore a lake by yourself, or take a guided tour down the river.

White Pass Railway

Built in 1898, this narrow gauge track is an international historic site. Take a ride from Skagway, Alaska to Carcross, south of Whitehorse. One of the must-do trips in the North.

MacBride Museum

A must see museum when you’re visiting Whitehorse. Featuring natural history, gold rush history and wildlife interpretive information.

Beringia Centre

Come discover the world of the Yukon during the time of mammoths and sabre-tooth tigers. Full-size skeletons and other animals make it an exciting adventure for kids.

Dog Sledding Tours

The ride of a lifetime awaits you with a dogsledding tour across fresh snow north of Whitehorse. Half or full-day tours available.

Northern Lights Viewing

Whitehorse is one of the best places to view the northern lights with the lack of light pollution in the sky. Visible from late August to early April.

Visitor Information Centre

Every Yukon community has an information centre, helping you find your way to your next destination or a new adventure. Most are open 7 days a week.

Travel Yukon

Your home for planning your journey in the Yukon. Accommodation information for the communities, local activities, and special events. All the information you could possibly need.