Natural Wonders

Mount Logan and the St. Elias Icefields

Everything in the Yukon is large, and Mount Logan takes the cake. Canada’s highest mountain (5,959 m / 19,551 ft) and the second tallest peak in North America draws mountaineers from around the world. Mount Logan is named after Sir William Edmond Logan, the founder of the Geological Survey of Canada.

Midnight Sun

Yukon is the land of the midnight sun, where skies are glorious and summer light just won’t quit. Life flourishes under hours of intense sunlight. This Arctic summer phenomenon transforms the land into a northern nursery visited by millions of birds and exploding in wildflower blooms.