Don't miss our iconic natural wonders and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Discover the magic of Yukon’s northern lights in an intimate celestial light show.
When North America’s migratory birds set out each spring in search of northern habitat to feed, nest and rear their young, millions of them wing their way to the Yukon
During late August, a parade of colour sweeps southward from the Arctic Ocean, turning Yukon’s tundra into breath-taking swaths of crimson, orange and gold.
Grizzly bears thrive in some of the wildest places in North America, which is why they are so at home in the Yukon.
With more wild sheep than any other part of Canada, the Yukon is a great place to spot these majestic animals.
Mount Logan and the St. Elias Icefields
Porcupine Caribou Herd
View the migration of Yukon’s Porcupine caribou herd and discover their connection to the First Nation way of life.
Tatshenshini-Alsek River System
Together, the Tatshenshini and Alsek deliver the best of northern wildlife, glacier views and diverse ecosystems while passing through a spectacular mountain landscape.