Duration:
3 Days
Getting Started
Season:
Winter/Spring/Fall

Skip the summer crowds and discover Whitehorse with the locals. Visit in autumn, winter or spring. Explore galleries and museums, sample Yukon cuisine, and take in a festival. Savour hillsides in fall colour and northern lights twinkling in a starry sky. Try snowshoeing and soak in hot pools. Meet fascinating northern people, and explore a vibrant city bursting with cultural attractions and events

Day 1 – Welcome to Yukon's capital

Settle in to your hotel or B&B - then start at the visitor centre to discover all that Whitehorse has to offer. Savour the changing fall colours on a riverside walk to MacBride Museum. In winter, enjoy twinkling lights on Whitehorse's bustling Main Street. In spring, strap on skis or snowshoes and explore local trails.

Day 2 – Crystal-clear Air and Fresh Vibes

Plan to join scheduled sightseeing, outdoor activities and aurora tours, or explore on your own. Always wanted to try dogmushing? Here for a music festival? Want to learn about Yukon First Nations culture? Come join us! Dine on fine local cuisine and then get ready for a late night of northern lights viewing

Day 3 – So Many Arts and Cultural Attractions

Whitehorse has dozens of museums, cultural centres and attractions, and our lively cafés, shops and galleries are open all year. Mingle with Yukoners and feel the local vibe. Pick a few places to explore – you'll just have to save the rest for next time!

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Lodges, Cabins & Hostels

Whether you're looking for a secluded cabin in the woods, or a lively hostel in downtown Whitehorse, you'll find it here. There are plenty of options for modest to grand accommodations in custom cabins and lodges. For a communal atmosphere and a great opportunity to meet fellow travellers, stay in one of our highly regarded hostels.

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