Canada’s coolest winter music festival
The Frostbite Music Festival got its start in 1979 when some folks got the crazy idea of bringing musicians to the Yukon in the dead of winter. Since then, Frostbite’s been chasing away the winter blues and bringing people together for a weekend of excellent music, sweaty dancing and community spirit. An intimate atmosphere and diverse array of local and national performers combine to make Frostbite the perfect place to connect with locals and experience northern hospitality at its best.
There are more than 2,000 glaciers in Kluane National Park. The Steele Glacier surged for several months in 1967, moving over 1.5 billion tons of ice at a rate of up to 15 metres (50 ft.) per day.
TravelYukon Headed to #DawsonCity this summer? Learn about the the Tr'ondek Hwech'in people at the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre t.co/X2h9crmMf3
TravelYukon The Giant Beaver at #Yukon's #BeringiaCentre protests the cool spring weather. Bring on the sun! t.co/bTctjkiF0g
TravelYukon The #DawsonCity Music Festival has announce the 2013 line-up! #yukon t.co/APfrlUGF0L
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