Wilderness Parks

Wilderness Parks

Get back to nature in the Yukon wild

Yukon is one of the world’s last pristine places, and we’re fortunate that much of it is protected in wilderness parks.

Iconic wilderness landscapes

Yukoners aren’t the name-dropping kind, unless we’re talking about our cherished wild places. Heard of Tombstone, Kluane or the Chilkoot? Paddled the Alsek, the Snake or the Firth? Our national and territorial parks are world-renowned for signature backcountry hikes and river journeys, as well as day trips, scenic flights and cultural experiences.

Unmatched adventure and wildlife

Imagine floating past calving glaciers, flying over the world’s largest non-polar icefields or hiking through towering peaks. Or taking a stroll on a forest trail, or spotting northern birds and wildlife from a canoe. Our parks are home to a diverse array of northern wildlife, from millions of migratory birds to grizzly bears to the Porcupine caribou herd.

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Packages
  • Barracks Office and Retail Services

    Visit the historical 1950 Minto RCMP Barracks and the NEW post office, coffee shop, and ice cream parlour. Sit inside or relax on the large patio deck while accessing free Wi-Fi.

    Spoken Languages
    German: 
    Don't Speak German
    Phone Number: 
    (867) 863-5095
    Fax Number: 
    (867) 863-5095

    Location

    35601 North Klondike Highway
    Carmacks, YT
    Canada

    Big Jonathan House Heritage Centre

    This replica of Fort Selkirk's Big Jonathon House has works of local artists, locally-made beaded clothing, birch bark baskets, traditional baby bunting bag, tools, plus more! Some items are for sale. 

    Spoken Languages
    German: 
    Don't Speak German
    Phone Number: 
    (867) 537-3150
    Fax Number: 
    (867) 537-3011

    Location

    Next to Selkirk Grocery Box 40
    Pelly Crossing, YT Y0B 1P0
    Canada
    Phone: (867) 537-3150
    Fax: (867) 537-3011

    Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

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    The legendary 53-km/33-mile Chilkoot Trail protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Goldrush stampeders. The Chilkoot Trail is a component of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.

    The Chilkoot Trail starts at tidewater in Dyea, Alaska, and ends on the shores of Bennett Lake, the Southern Lakes headwaters of the mighty Yukon River. Amidst this rugged northern wilderness an overlay of artifacts and heritage landscape features tell of the story of the Klondike Goldrush.

    Spoken Languages
    BONJOUR!
    German: 
    Don't Speak German
    Phone Number: 
    1 (867) 667-3910
    Fax Number: 
    1 (867) 393-6701
    Toll-Free Phone: 
    1-800-661-0486

    Location

    Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
    Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
    Canada
    Phone: 1 (867) 667-3910
    Fax: 1 (867) 393-6701
    60° 43' 9.9084" N, 135° 3' 20.646" W

    Dawson City Museum

    The Dawson City Museum is the place to begin your exploration of Dawson and the Klondike Gold Rush. Discover Yukon's First Peoples and explorers. Experience the gold rush through the stampeders, the entrepreneurs, and the demimonde.
    A variety of programs are available for our visitors. Experience the law prior to the arrival of the North-West Mounted Police. Discover for yourself what it takes to be a Stampeder. Try your hand at the rockerbox and prepare to be amazed at the gold pouring demonstration.

    Spoken Languages
    BONJOUR!
    German: 
    Don't Speak German
    Phone Number: 
    (867) 993-5291 ext 25
    Fax Number: 
    (867) 993-5836

    Location

    Fifth Avenue and Church Street Box 303
    Dawson City, YT Y0B1G0
    Canada
    Phone: (867) 993-5291 ext 25
    Fax: (867) 993-5836

    Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall

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    Come out to the only gambling hall ‘North of 60’ and be entertained by Dawson City’s original Klondike queen—Diamond Tooth Gertie! Get swept away by her powerhouse vocals as her Gold Rush Girls perform acrobatic high kicks in contemporary cancan style. While you’re taking in one (or all) of the three nightly shows, try your luck at blackjack, poker, roulette, or at one of our many slot machines. Step back in time and enjoy this one-of-a-kind attraction! Open 7 days a week, May to September. Select weekends throughout the year, $12 Entry.

    Spoken Languages
    German: 
    Don't Speak German
    Phone Number: 
    (867) 993-5575
    Fax Number: 
    (867) 993-6415
    Email: 
    kva@dawson.net

    Location

    Fourth Avenue and Queen Street Box 389
    Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
    Canada
    Phone: (867) 993-5575
    Fax: (867) 993-6415
    64° 3' 41.0976" N, 139° 25' 49.2924" W
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    Into the Wild! 4 days Wilderness Escape
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    Experience Yukon's true wilderness - in a cozy, traditional log cabin! Your adventure starts in Tagish, where you will be picked up by shuttle boat. In a 45-minutes drive, you will reach your...

    Jun 6 2014
    Sep 30 2015
    Starting At
    + tax, per person
    $885
    15446
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    Log Cabin Rental at Ibex Valley
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    Takhini Valley, once victim of a wildfire now features a vital ecosystem of new grown firs, spruce and poplars. Sprinkled with numerous meadows and ponds this area allows for a fantastic bird...

    Jan 1 2014
    Dec 31 2014
    Starting At
    price per week
    $600
    15444
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    Log Cabin Rental at Kluane National Park
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    Right at the feet of famous Kluane National Park, this cozy log cabin is nestled between spruce trees and cotton woods with ample space around the cabin and endless wilderness...

    Jan 1 2014
    Dec 31 2014
    Starting At
    + fees & taxes
    $125
    15445
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    Log Cabin Rental at Shallow Bay
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    Drive 30 minutes north of Whitehorse on the Klondike Highway. At the end of Shallow Bay Road you find your perfect wilderness place among spruce and pine trees. Within within walking distance...

    Jan 1 2014
    Dec 31 2014
    Starting At
    per week
    $750
    17682
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    Winter Romance, Wilderness Luxury & Aurora
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    2 nights/3 days or 3 nights/4 days overnight at Tagish Wilderness Lodge with return skiplane flights from Whitehorse, snowshoeing or ice fishing, nature interpretive walks and northern lights...

    Feb 6 2015
    Apr 10 2015
    Starting At
    + fees & taxes
    $1,295

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Yukon Historical and Museums Association

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Established in 1977, the Yukon Historical & Museums Association works to inspire and share a passion for Yukon heritage by providing support for education, networking, advocacy, partnerships and awareness.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 667-4704
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-4506

Location

3126 Third Avenue Donnenworth House
Whitehorse , YT Y1A 1E7
Canada
Phone: (867) 667-4704
Fax: (867) 667-4506

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Old Log Church Museum

At the Old Log Church Museum, we preserve, interpret and provide access to Yukon's church-related historic materials in our care-including the building itself, which is the oldest surviving structure in its original location in Whitehorse. Learn about early missionary and whaling history, First Nations art and culture and the legendary Bishop Who Ate His Boots!

Museum tours and other interpretive programs available. Special programming and free admission on Canada Day and Discovery Day. Old Fashioned Christmas Sale - mid to late November.

Open daily to the public from mid-May to early September. Admission charged.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 668-2555
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-6258

Location

Third Avenue and Elliott Street Box 31461
Whitehorse Y1A 6K8
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-2555
Fax: (867) 667-6258
60° 43' 5.7756" N, 135° 3' 14.256" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

S.S. Keno National Historic Site

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The S.S. Keno was built in 1922 and has a shallow two-foot draft and a narrow beam. These features allowed the ship to navigate through shallow water and sections with ever-changing sandbars and gave it the ability to make turns around tight, narrow curves. The stern-mounted paddlewheel permitted the sternwheeler to land anywhere along riverbanks and it assisted in getting off sandbars. The paddle wheel was protected from snags and sweepers by the hull. The S.S. Keno worked mainly on the Stewart River hauling silver-lead concentrate from Mayo to Stewart City. It was also used for the early and late season trips to Dawson City. The S.S. Keno National Historic Site is open from the May long weekend till the September long weekend. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-993-7200,
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Klondike Spirit

Come on an evening cruise including dinner and a cash bar. You will see a variety of attractions on this two-hour narrated cruise. Get your tickets at the front desk at Triple J Hotel. Group bookings welcome.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5323
Email: 
triplej@yknet.ca

Location

Fifth Avenue and Queen Street Box 359
Dawson City Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5323
64° 3' 50.5836" N, 139° 26' 6.8172" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Old Log Church Museum

At the Old Log Church Museum, we preserve, interpret and provide access to Yukon's church-related historic materials in our care-including the building itself, which is the oldest surviving structure in its original location in Whitehorse. Learn about early missionary and whaling history, First Nations art and culture and the legendary Bishop Who Ate His Boots!

Museum tours and other interpretive programs available. Special programming and free admission on Canada Day and Discovery Day. Old Fashioned Christmas Sale - mid to late November.

Open daily to the public from mid-May to early September. Admission charged.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 668-2555
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-6258

Location

Third Avenue and Elliott Street Box 31461
Whitehorse Y1A 6K8
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-2555
Fax: (867) 667-6258
60° 43' 5.7756" N, 135° 3' 14.256" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Barracks Office and Retail Services

Visit the historical 1950 Minto RCMP Barracks and the NEW post office, coffee shop, and ice cream parlour. Sit inside or relax on the large patio deck while accessing free Wi-Fi.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 863-5095
Fax Number: 
(867) 863-5095

Location

35601 North Klondike Highway
Carmacks, YT
Canada

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Yukon Historical and Museums Association

Banner Photos: 

Established in 1977, the Yukon Historical & Museums Association works to inspire and share a passion for Yukon heritage by providing support for education, networking, advocacy, partnerships and awareness.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 667-4704
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-4506

Location

3126 Third Avenue Donnenworth House
Whitehorse , YT Y1A 1E7
Canada
Phone: (867) 667-4704
Fax: (867) 667-4506

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Klondike National Historic Sites

Banner Photos: 

Tour Dawson City's historic buildings with a costumed guide or take an audio tour on your own. Information can be found at the Visitor Information Centre. 

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

Banner Photos: 

The legendary 53-km/33-mile Chilkoot Trail protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Goldrush stampeders. The Chilkoot Trail is a component of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.

The Chilkoot Trail starts at tidewater in Dyea, Alaska, and ends on the shores of Bennett Lake, the Southern Lakes headwaters of the mighty Yukon River. Amidst this rugged northern wilderness an overlay of artifacts and heritage landscape features tell of the story of the Klondike Goldrush.
Hiking permits are required and reservations are recommended. You don’t have to hike the entire trail to relive the experience: you can take the White Pass & Yukon Route train from Skagway, Alaska, or Carcross, Yukon, to the Bennett townsite trailhead for a daytrip or camp overnight. See if you can find the Geocache at Lindeman. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/chilkoot.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-3910
Fax Number: 
1 (867) 393-6701
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-800-661-0486

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-3910
Fax: 1 (867) 393-6701
60° 43' 9.9084" N, 135° 3' 20.646" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Big Jonathan House Heritage Centre

This replica of Fort Selkirk's Big Jonathon House has works of local artists, locally-made beaded clothing, birch bark baskets, traditional baby bunting bag, tools, plus more! Some items are for sale. 

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 537-3150
Fax Number: 
(867) 537-3011

Location

Next to Selkirk Grocery Box 40
Pelly Crossing, YT Y0B 1P0
Canada
Phone: (867) 537-3150
Fax: (867) 537-3011

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

S.S. Klondike National Historic Site

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The British Yukon Navigation (BYN) Company sternwheeler fleet plied the upper Yukon River between Whitehorse and Dawson City in the early twentieth century. The S.S. Klondike was the largest sternwheeler in the fleet. Built in 1929, the ship sank in 1936, was rebuilt and launched as the S.S. Klondike II in spring 1937.

Located on the banks of the Yukon River in Whitehorse, Yukon, and restored to its original 1937-40 appearance, the S.S. Klondike pays tribute to an era of riverboat transportation and the inland water transportation system that linked the Yukon to the outside world before the advent of roads. Explore the boat using the self-guided tour brochure, the Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the Geocache. Open from the May long weekend till the September long weekend. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/ssklondike.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-4511

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-4511
60° 42' 48.6072" N, 135° 2' 50.73" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

S.S. Klondike National Historic Site

Banner Photos: 

The British Yukon Navigation (BYN) Company sternwheeler fleet plied the upper Yukon River between Whitehorse and Dawson City in the early twentieth century. The S.S. Klondike was the largest sternwheeler in the fleet. Built in 1929, the ship sank in 1936, was rebuilt and launched as the S.S. Klondike II in spring 1937.

Located on the banks of the Yukon River in Whitehorse, Yukon, and restored to its original 1937-40 appearance, the S.S. Klondike pays tribute to an era of riverboat transportation and the inland water transportation system that linked the Yukon to the outside world before the advent of roads. Explore the boat using the self-guided tour brochure, the Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the Geocache. Open from the May long weekend till the September long weekend. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/ssklondike.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-4511

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-4511
60° 42' 48.6072" N, 135° 2' 50.73" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Klondike National Historic Sites

Banner Photos: 

Tour Dawson City's historic buildings with a costumed guide or take an audio tour on your own. Information can be found at the Visitor Information Centre. 

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Barracks Office and Retail Services

Visit the historical 1950 Minto RCMP Barracks and the NEW post office, coffee shop, and ice cream parlour. Sit inside or relax on the large patio deck while accessing free Wi-Fi.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 863-5095
Fax Number: 
(867) 863-5095

Location

35601 North Klondike Highway
Carmacks, YT
Canada

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall

Banner Photos: 

Come out to the only gambling hall ‘North of 60’ and be entertained by Dawson City’s original Klondike queen—Diamond Tooth Gertie! Get swept away by her powerhouse vocals as her Gold Rush Girls perform acrobatic high kicks in contemporary cancan style. While you’re taking in one (or all) of the three nightly shows, try your luck at blackjack, poker, roulette, or at one of our many slot machines. Step back in time and enjoy this one-of-a-kind attraction! Open 7 days a week, May to September. Select weekends throughout the year, $12 Entry.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5575
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-6415
Email: 
kva@dawson.net

Location

Fourth Avenue and Queen Street Box 389
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5575
Fax: (867) 993-6415
64° 3' 41.0976" N, 139° 25' 49.2924" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

Banner Photos: 

The legendary 53-km/33-mile Chilkoot Trail protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Goldrush stampeders. The Chilkoot Trail is a component of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.

The Chilkoot Trail starts at tidewater in Dyea, Alaska, and ends on the shores of Bennett Lake, the Southern Lakes headwaters of the mighty Yukon River. Amidst this rugged northern wilderness an overlay of artifacts and heritage landscape features tell of the story of the Klondike Goldrush.
Hiking permits are required and reservations are recommended. You don’t have to hike the entire trail to relive the experience: you can take the White Pass & Yukon Route train from Skagway, Alaska, or Carcross, Yukon, to the Bennett townsite trailhead for a daytrip or camp overnight. See if you can find the Geocache at Lindeman. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/chilkoot.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-3910
Fax Number: 
1 (867) 393-6701
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-800-661-0486

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-3910
Fax: 1 (867) 393-6701
60° 43' 9.9084" N, 135° 3' 20.646" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site

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Not long after gold was discovered in large quantities in the Klondike, dredges were brought into the Yukon—the first dredge was built in the fall of 1899. One of the two dozen dredges that worked this area, Dredge No. 4 was designed by the Marion Steam Shovel Company. The dredge rests on Claim No. 17 below Discovery on Bonanza Creek, near the spot where it ceased operations in 1960. Dredge No. 4 is the largest wooden hull, bucket-line dredge in North America and is a significant example of corporate
industrial mining in Canada.

Guided tours of Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site are provided by
licensed private operators. You can also learn about the dredge using the site guide, the Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the three Geocaches in the Klondike Goldfields. For more information, call 867-993-7200, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike. Bonjour!

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Dawson City Museum

The Dawson City Museum is the place to begin your exploration of Dawson and the Klondike Gold Rush. Discover Yukon's First Peoples and explorers. Experience the gold rush through the stampeders, the entrepreneurs, and the demimonde.
A variety of programs are available for our visitors. Experience the law prior to the arrival of the North-West Mounted Police. Discover for yourself what it takes to be a Stampeder. Try your hand at the rockerbox and prepare to be amazed at the gold pouring demonstration.

The browser and serious researcher alike will enjoy pouring over the materials in the Museum’s Klondike History Library. Does your family lore have a relative who participated in the Stampede of ’98? Did they perhaps climb the Chilkoot? Let us help you find out.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-5836

Location

Fifth Avenue and Church Street Box 303
Dawson City, YT Y0B1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax: (867) 993-5836

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Discovery Claim National Historic Site

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Discovery Claim National Historic Site is where gold was discovered in 1896, triggering the Klondike Goldrush. It is a legally defined mining claim measuring 500 by 2000 feet located on Bonanza Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River near Dawson City, Yukon. The site is in a deep valley which has been mined heavily since the discovery, first by hand then with mechanized equipment.

The discovery story’s details vary, but it is generally held that Keish /
Skookum Jim Mason, of the Tagish First Nation, discovered the gold. Soon after the discovery, every creek and hillside in the Klondike was being worked.

Explore the 1.5-km/1-mile interpretive trail with the site guide, the
Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the
Geocache. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-993-7200,
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Vuntut National Park

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Vuntut National Park was established in 1995 as part of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Final Land Claim Agreement. Vuntut means "among the lakes" in the Gwitchin language. The park encompasses 4,345 square kilometres of wilderness in the northwestern corner of Yukon.

Vuntut National Park offers a range of wilderness opportunities from
canoeing the Old Crow River, to hiking in the mountainous, to winter ski trips. Visitors must be entirely self-sufficient and able to handle any medical or weather-related emergency on their trip. There are neither facilities nor developed trails in the park. Visit John Tizya Centre in the community of Old Crow to learn about Vuntut Gwitchin culture and the park.
For more information:
Call 867-966-3626
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/vuntut

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 966-3622

Location

Parks Canada Box 19
Old Crow, YT Y0B 1N0
Canada
Phone: (867) 966-3622

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Big Jonathan House Heritage Centre

This replica of Fort Selkirk's Big Jonathon House has works of local artists, locally-made beaded clothing, birch bark baskets, traditional baby bunting bag, tools, plus more! Some items are for sale. 

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 537-3150
Fax Number: 
(867) 537-3011

Location

Next to Selkirk Grocery Box 40
Pelly Crossing, YT Y0B 1P0
Canada
Phone: (867) 537-3150
Fax: (867) 537-3011

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall

Banner Photos: 

Come out to the only gambling hall ‘North of 60’ and be entertained by Dawson City’s original Klondike queen—Diamond Tooth Gertie! Get swept away by her powerhouse vocals as her Gold Rush Girls perform acrobatic high kicks in contemporary cancan style. While you’re taking in one (or all) of the three nightly shows, try your luck at blackjack, poker, roulette, or at one of our many slot machines. Step back in time and enjoy this one-of-a-kind attraction! Open 7 days a week, May to September. Select weekends throughout the year, $12 Entry.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5575
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-6415
Email: 
kva@dawson.net

Location

Fourth Avenue and Queen Street Box 389
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5575
Fax: (867) 993-6415
64° 3' 41.0976" N, 139° 25' 49.2924" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Vuntut National Park

Banner Photos: 

Vuntut National Park was established in 1995 as part of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Final Land Claim Agreement. Vuntut means "among the lakes" in the Gwitchin language. The park encompasses 4,345 square kilometres of wilderness in the northwestern corner of Yukon.

Vuntut National Park offers a range of wilderness opportunities from
canoeing the Old Crow River, to hiking in the mountainous, to winter ski trips. Visitors must be entirely self-sufficient and able to handle any medical or weather-related emergency on their trip. There are neither facilities nor developed trails in the park. Visit John Tizya Centre in the community of Old Crow to learn about Vuntut Gwitchin culture and the park.
For more information:
Call 867-966-3626
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/vuntut

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 966-3622

Location

Parks Canada Box 19
Old Crow, YT Y0B 1N0
Canada
Phone: (867) 966-3622

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Dawson City Museum

The Dawson City Museum is the place to begin your exploration of Dawson and the Klondike Gold Rush. Discover Yukon's First Peoples and explorers. Experience the gold rush through the stampeders, the entrepreneurs, and the demimonde.
A variety of programs are available for our visitors. Experience the law prior to the arrival of the North-West Mounted Police. Discover for yourself what it takes to be a Stampeder. Try your hand at the rockerbox and prepare to be amazed at the gold pouring demonstration.

The browser and serious researcher alike will enjoy pouring over the materials in the Museum’s Klondike History Library. Does your family lore have a relative who participated in the Stampede of ’98? Did they perhaps climb the Chilkoot? Let us help you find out.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-5836

Location

Fifth Avenue and Church Street Box 303
Dawson City, YT Y0B1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax: (867) 993-5836

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site

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Not long after gold was discovered in large quantities in the Klondike, dredges were brought into the Yukon—the first dredge was built in the fall of 1899. One of the two dozen dredges that worked this area, Dredge No. 4 was designed by the Marion Steam Shovel Company. The dredge rests on Claim No. 17 below Discovery on Bonanza Creek, near the spot where it ceased operations in 1960. Dredge No. 4 is the largest wooden hull, bucket-line dredge in North America and is a significant example of corporate
industrial mining in Canada.

Guided tours of Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site are provided by
licensed private operators. You can also learn about the dredge using the site guide, the Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the three Geocaches in the Klondike Goldfields. For more information, call 867-993-7200, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike. Bonjour!

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Discovery Claim National Historic Site

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Discovery Claim National Historic Site is where gold was discovered in 1896, triggering the Klondike Goldrush. It is a legally defined mining claim measuring 500 by 2000 feet located on Bonanza Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River near Dawson City, Yukon. The site is in a deep valley which has been mined heavily since the discovery, first by hand then with mechanized equipment.

The discovery story’s details vary, but it is generally held that Keish /
Skookum Jim Mason, of the Tagish First Nation, discovered the gold. Soon after the discovery, every creek and hillside in the Klondike was being worked.

Explore the 1.5-km/1-mile interpretive trail with the site guide, the
Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the
Geocache. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-993-7200,
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

S.S. Keno National Historic Site

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The S.S. Keno was built in 1922 and has a shallow two-foot draft and a narrow beam. These features allowed the ship to navigate through shallow water and sections with ever-changing sandbars and gave it the ability to make turns around tight, narrow curves. The stern-mounted paddlewheel permitted the sternwheeler to land anywhere along riverbanks and it assisted in getting off sandbars. The paddle wheel was protected from snags and sweepers by the hull. The S.S. Keno worked mainly on the Stewart River hauling silver-lead concentrate from Mayo to Stewart City. It was also used for the early and late season trips to Dawson City. The S.S. Keno National Historic Site is open from the May long weekend till the September long weekend. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-993-7200,
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Klondike Spirit

Come on an evening cruise including dinner and a cash bar. You will see a variety of attractions on this two-hour narrated cruise. Get your tickets at the front desk at Triple J Hotel. Group bookings welcome.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5323
Email: 
triplej@yknet.ca

Location

Fifth Avenue and Queen Street Box 359
Dawson City Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5323
64° 3' 50.5836" N, 139° 26' 6.8172" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Dawson City Museum

The Dawson City Museum is the place to begin your exploration of Dawson and the Klondike Gold Rush. Discover Yukon's First Peoples and explorers. Experience the gold rush through the stampeders, the entrepreneurs, and the demimonde.
A variety of programs are available for our visitors. Experience the law prior to the arrival of the North-West Mounted Police. Discover for yourself what it takes to be a Stampeder. Try your hand at the rockerbox and prepare to be amazed at the gold pouring demonstration.

The browser and serious researcher alike will enjoy pouring over the materials in the Museum’s Klondike History Library. Does your family lore have a relative who participated in the Stampede of ’98? Did they perhaps climb the Chilkoot? Let us help you find out.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-5836

Location

Fifth Avenue and Church Street Box 303
Dawson City, YT Y0B1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5291 ext 25
Fax: (867) 993-5836

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Klondike National Historic Sites

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Tour Dawson City's historic buildings with a costumed guide or take an audio tour on your own. Information can be found at the Visitor Information Centre. 

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Yukon Historical and Museums Association

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Established in 1977, the Yukon Historical & Museums Association works to inspire and share a passion for Yukon heritage by providing support for education, networking, advocacy, partnerships and awareness.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 667-4704
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-4506

Location

3126 Third Avenue Donnenworth House
Whitehorse , YT Y1A 1E7
Canada
Phone: (867) 667-4704
Fax: (867) 667-4506

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Old Log Church Museum

At the Old Log Church Museum, we preserve, interpret and provide access to Yukon's church-related historic materials in our care-including the building itself, which is the oldest surviving structure in its original location in Whitehorse. Learn about early missionary and whaling history, First Nations art and culture and the legendary Bishop Who Ate His Boots!

Museum tours and other interpretive programs available. Special programming and free admission on Canada Day and Discovery Day. Old Fashioned Christmas Sale - mid to late November.

Open daily to the public from mid-May to early September. Admission charged.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 668-2555
Fax Number: 
(867) 667-6258

Location

Third Avenue and Elliott Street Box 31461
Whitehorse Y1A 6K8
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-2555
Fax: (867) 667-6258
60° 43' 5.7756" N, 135° 3' 14.256" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Discovery Claim National Historic Site

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Discovery Claim National Historic Site is where gold was discovered in 1896, triggering the Klondike Goldrush. It is a legally defined mining claim measuring 500 by 2000 feet located on Bonanza Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River near Dawson City, Yukon. The site is in a deep valley which has been mined heavily since the discovery, first by hand then with mechanized equipment.

The discovery story’s details vary, but it is generally held that Keish /
Skookum Jim Mason, of the Tagish First Nation, discovered the gold. Soon after the discovery, every creek and hillside in the Klondike was being worked.

Explore the 1.5-km/1-mile interpretive trail with the site guide, the
Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the
Geocache. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-993-7200,
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/klondike.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-7200

Location

Parks Canada Box 390
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7200

Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall

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Come out to the only gambling hall ‘North of 60’ and be entertained by Dawson City’s original Klondike queen—Diamond Tooth Gertie! Get swept away by her powerhouse vocals as her Gold Rush Girls perform acrobatic high kicks in contemporary cancan style. While you’re taking in one (or all) of the three nightly shows, try your luck at blackjack, poker, roulette, or at one of our many slot machines. Step back in time and enjoy this one-of-a-kind attraction! Open 7 days a week, May to September. Select weekends throughout the year, $12 Entry.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 993-5575
Fax Number: 
(867) 993-6415
Email: 
kva@dawson.net

Location

Fourth Avenue and Queen Street Box 389
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5575
Fax: (867) 993-6415
64° 3' 41.0976" N, 139° 25' 49.2924" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

S.S. Klondike National Historic Site

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The British Yukon Navigation (BYN) Company sternwheeler fleet plied the upper Yukon River between Whitehorse and Dawson City in the early twentieth century. The S.S. Klondike was the largest sternwheeler in the fleet. Built in 1929, the ship sank in 1936, was rebuilt and launched as the S.S. Klondike II in spring 1937.

Located on the banks of the Yukon River in Whitehorse, Yukon, and restored to its original 1937-40 appearance, the S.S. Klondike pays tribute to an era of riverboat transportation and the inland water transportation system that linked the Yukon to the outside world before the advent of roads. Explore the boat using the self-guided tour brochure, the Explora app, or the Xplorer kid's booklet. See if you can find the Geocache. Open from the May long weekend till the September long weekend. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/ssklondike.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-4511

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-4511
60° 42' 48.6072" N, 135° 2' 50.73" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Big Jonathan House Heritage Centre

This replica of Fort Selkirk's Big Jonathon House has works of local artists, locally-made beaded clothing, birch bark baskets, traditional baby bunting bag, tools, plus more! Some items are for sale. 

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 537-3150
Fax Number: 
(867) 537-3011

Location

Next to Selkirk Grocery Box 40
Pelly Crossing, YT Y0B 1P0
Canada
Phone: (867) 537-3150
Fax: (867) 537-3011

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Vuntut National Park

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Vuntut National Park was established in 1995 as part of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Final Land Claim Agreement. Vuntut means "among the lakes" in the Gwitchin language. The park encompasses 4,345 square kilometres of wilderness in the northwestern corner of Yukon.

Vuntut National Park offers a range of wilderness opportunities from
canoeing the Old Crow River, to hiking in the mountainous, to winter ski trips. Visitors must be entirely self-sufficient and able to handle any medical or weather-related emergency on their trip. There are neither facilities nor developed trails in the park. Visit John Tizya Centre in the community of Old Crow to learn about Vuntut Gwitchin culture and the park.
For more information:
Call 867-966-3626
www.parkscanada.gc.ca/vuntut

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
(867) 966-3622

Location

Parks Canada Box 19
Old Crow, YT Y0B 1N0
Canada
Phone: (867) 966-3622

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi

Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

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The legendary 53-km/33-mile Chilkoot Trail protects the historic gateway to the Yukon once trod by Tlingit First Nation traders and Klondike Goldrush stampeders. The Chilkoot Trail is a component of the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.

The Chilkoot Trail starts at tidewater in Dyea, Alaska, and ends on the shores of Bennett Lake, the Southern Lakes headwaters of the mighty Yukon River. Amidst this rugged northern wilderness an overlay of artifacts and heritage landscape features tell of the story of the Klondike Goldrush.
Hiking permits are required and reservations are recommended. You don’t have to hike the entire trail to relive the experience: you can take the White Pass & Yukon Route train from Skagway, Alaska, or Carcross, Yukon, to the Bennett townsite trailhead for a daytrip or camp overnight. See if you can find the Geocache at Lindeman. Bonjour! For more information, call 867-667-3910 / 1-800-661-0486, www.parkscanada.gc.ca/chilkoot.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German
Phone Number: 
1 (867) 667-3910
Fax Number: 
1 (867) 393-6701
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-800-661-0486

Location

Parks Canada 205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-3910
Fax: 1 (867) 393-6701
60° 43' 9.9084" N, 135° 3' 20.646" W

Accommodation

WiFi: 
No WiFi
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