There are 4,734.8 kilometres (2,942.2 mi.) of highway in Yukon, including some of the most spectacular and unusual drives in the world.
Klondike Trail of ‘98 International Road Relay
Teams of up to 10 runners compete in this exhilarating overnight relay through the scenic Coast Mountains.
Starts in Skagway, Alaska, follows the Klondike Highway past the Southern Lakes region to Whitehorse and finishes along the Yukon River in Whitehorse.
It follows the trail of the Gold Rush Stampeders over the famous White Pass.
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