White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad

Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, the White Pass & Yukon Route was completed in 1900 with the driving of the ceremonial Golden Spike in Carcross, YT. Known as “The Scenic Railway of the World”, it took the labor of 35,000 men, using only black blasting powder and crude tools, to hew out the 110-mile narrow gauge line that originally stretched from Skagway, AK to Whitehorse, YT. WP&YR was named an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1994, joining the Statue of Liberty and the Panama Canal.


1109 First Avenue, Suite 4
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5G4
Phone: (867) 633-5710
Fax: (867) 456-7082
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Welcome to a road-touring paradise

The phrase “scenic drive” takes on a whole new meaning in the Yukon. Beyond the dashboard are massive mountain ranges, lush tundra carpets, emerald lakes and acres of bright pink fireweed. Not to mention a landscape teeming with wildlife.

Road-touring Paradise

Hop in your car or RV – or join a van tour – and let the road take you to places unlike anything you’ve seen. With 11 diverse highways and almost 5,000 km of well-maintained roads to explore, Yukon is a road-tripper's dream. In Whitehorse you'll find RV, camper, trailer and vehicle rental agencies, and many Yukon communities have RV service stations.

You'll find plenty of gas stations on most Yukon highways. On secondary roads, check where the next fuel stop is before setting out or carry extra fuel. Most Yukon roads are paved, and if you venture off main routes be prepared for hard-packed gravel roads and varying conditions. Make sure your vehicle is in good mechanical condition―it's all part of your Yukon road trip adventure.

Iconic Drives

Our seven Yukon scenic drives offer travellers a multitude of options. Each route takes approximately two to five days to complete.

Cruise all the way up the historic Alaska Highway ­– it’ll take you through eight Yukon communities, the capital city of Whitehorse and dozens of major attractions. From gold panning to glaciers, the Klondike/Kluane Loop combines authentic Klondike Gold Rush history with the best of Yukon’s pristine wilderness. The Silver Trail will lead you into the history of Yukon’s other precious metal history, and you’ll be rewarded with an authentic off-the-beaten-path experience.

For a more remote experience that’s perfect for fishing and wildlife enthusiasts, take the Campbell/Canol Route. Or travel the famed Dempster Highway, Canada’s only all-season public road to cross the Arctic Circle.

The Golden Circle Route takes road trippers from Whitehorse through picturesque Yukon towns and alpine passes to the rugged coast of Alaska. Add the Southern Lakes Circuit to your agenda for an easy daytrip filled with historic sites, abundant wildlife and artist studios and retreats.

  • 1st Choice Bed and Breakfast


    Affordable, chic, extra-ordinarily clean, 10 minutes from airport. Breath-taking hiking trails at a couple of minutes distance. En-suite with private entrance, high speed internet with Wi-Fi, Cable TV, DVD.


    Copper Ridge 67 Stope Way
    Whitehorse, YT Y1A 0B6
    Phone: (867) 334-2248
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    (867) 334-2248

    5th Avenue Bed and Breakfast

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    We offer clean and quiet rooms, both shared and private bathrooms available. A full hot breakfast is included in the rate and there is a little something for everyone - from pancakes, to omelettes, to fresh made muffins and fresh fruit. We are fully air conditoned and offer free wireless Internet. We have one deluxe room that is able to accommodate up to four adults or a small family. Open year round, non smoking, and no pets allowed. Centrally located, within walking distance to town.

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    Box 722
    Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
    Phone: (867) 993-5941
    Fax: (867) 993-5941
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    A Ray of Sunshine Variety Store

    "We carry:
    Non-prescription drug store items such as: allergy medication, baby items, cosmetics, hair care, household products, feminine hygiene, first aid supplies, oral hygiene and pain relief.

    Toys for infants age 0 to adult including Arts and crafts, games, puzzles and remote controls.

    Gifts including candles, jewelry, picture frames, glass wear, Orange Crate, purses, sandals, sunhats and wallets.

    Souvenirs including hats, jackets, mugs, pins, shot glasses and t-shirts. "


    Box 1389
    Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
    Phone: (867) 993-6683
    Fax: (867) 993-6550
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    (867) 993-6683
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    A Scandia House Bed and Breakfast


    Comfort and class by the Yukon River. Sourdough cuisine, aurora viewing. Two bedroom suite. Private bath. Jacuzzi, hot tub, multilingual host. Smoke-free, Discounts available. Cable TV and wireless Internet.

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    Don't Speak German


    Whitehorse Y1A 5G9
    Phone: 1 (867) 633-5421
    60° 45' 32.7672" N, 135° 7' 6.2184" W
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    1 (867) 633-5421

    Adäka Cultural Festival

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    June 27, 2014 - July 03, 2014

    The Adäka Cultural Festival was launched in July 2011, with a mission to develop and deliver a world-class, iconic festival that showcases, celebrates, and fosters the development of Yukon’s diverse and distinctive First Nations arts and culture.


    Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre Black Street and First Avenue
    Whitehorse Y1A 5P7
    Phone: 867-667-7698
    Fax: (867) 667-7527
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    1 Night Aurora Viewing Tour

    To the north an eerie, sulfurous-green sheen begins to ripple into the night sky. It arcs itself into an ebb and flow, slowly growing, then suddenly bursts across the full expanse of the night sky...

    Aug 21 2014
    Apr 15 2015
    plus 5% GST
    4 1/2 days Cabin-based Dog Sledding

    Experience driving a dog team based from wilderness homestead at Lake Laberge. Family-owned business with 30 years guiding dog sled tours. Trips are personally guided by owners who are Yukon...

    Jan 2 2015
    Apr 4 2015
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    7 days Cabin-based Dog Sledding

    Sled dogs, snowy trails, a cozy cabin to welcome you home....Learn to drive a dog team in a beautiful wilderness setting. Practice being a good partner to your dogs and work on your sled handling...

    Jan 4 2015
    Apr 4 2015
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    8 hour Grizzly camp picnic ride

    Experience a full day guided horseback ride to our scenic base camp below majestic Grizzly mountain. Enjoy a picnic style lunch at the campfire before riding back to the ranch. This ride...

    Apr 1 2014
    Apr 1 2015
    + tax
    A Sled-Dogs Life with Frank Turner: Taste of Yukon

    Join us for an in-depth introduction to sled-dogs, the Yukon Quest and our Yukon lifestyle followed by a special northern dinning experience: with elk, bison, caribou & Artic char.

    May 1 2014
    Sep 5 2015
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From hotels to attractions to wilderness guides, this is your gateway to some of Yukon’s best operators and experiences. You’ll find businesses offering a range of visitor services – airlines, accommodations, tour planners, restaurants, shopping, and more – plus organizations that want to share some of Yukon’s legendary experiences with you, from festivals and museums to parks and historic sites.

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