On June 21, summer solstice, the sun never sets in some parts of Yukon. All over the Territory you can read a book, paddle a canoe, or fish outdoors all night. The midnight sun makes for long summer days, and wondrous carmine and magenta skyscapes that last for hours, rather than minutes. Yukoners fill up their batteries, take in a little extra vitamin D and take advantage of this light to enjoy their favourite outdoor activities. It truly makes up for the longer, dark, days of winter.
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Fascinating Yukon Phenomena
Mother Nature at Her Very Best
New Conquests for Seasoned Adventurers
Outrageous and Extraordinary Yukon Events
The Yukon is one of North America’s major wilderness attractions; close to 80 percent remains pristine wilderness with 5,000-metre peaks, forested valleys, unspoiled waters and untamed wildlife.
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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