Operators

Operators

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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Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

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.

BONJOUR!

Location

Parks Canada
205-300 Main Street
Whitehorse Y1A 2B5
Canada
Phone: 1 (867) 667-3910
Fax: 1 (867) 393-6701
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-800-661-0486
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Vuntut National Park

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

Location

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

North End Gallery, in Whitehorse, Yukon, specializes in original paintings and prints by traditional and contemporary Yukon artists. A significant part of the gallery is devoted to First Nations artisans, with masks, carved panels, drums, fur, beading, and tufting. Our extensive jewellery selection is crafted from gold nuggets, sterling silver, trade beads, semi-precious stones, and dichroic glass. We also carry etchings, Inuit sculpture, pottery and ceramics, metal art, blown and fused glass, and wood creations. Many of our artisans work in mammoth ivory, moose antler, caribou antler, and sheep horn, creating everything from sculptures and carvings to pendants and earrings. North End Gallery is consistently recognized by customers as one of the best shopping and art experiences they have in the North. We are proud to exclusively represent Yukon and Canadian artisans.

Location

Corner of First Avenue and Steele Street
118-1116 First Avenue
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1A3
Canada
Phone: (867) 393-3590
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Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum

Located at Mile 919 Alaska Highway — two kilometres north of Two Mile Hill along the Alaska Highway (between Kopper King and Raven’s Ridge). Accessible via public transit.

The Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum is an interpretive learning experience focusing on Whitehorse and Yukon mining and rail history. Whether it’s a ride through the northern boreal forests you crave, a place to take your family for fun and adventure, or a fascinating history lesson on northern mining, rail and life, visiting our museum, picnic pavilion, playground and beloved train ride on the “Loki” is a must for you, your friends and your family.

Location

Mile 919 Alaska Highway
Whitehorse, YT Y0B 1B0
Canada
Phone: (867) 667-6198

Goldbottom Tours

Visit three generations of the Millar family at their working placer goldmine. Your friendly guide will take you right onto the mine site to learn how gold is deposited by nature and extracted by man.

Tour the original Goldbottom Roadhouse and discover what other treasures frozen in time are sometimes uncovered. Gain insights into the day-to-day life of a modern miner and hear of fortunes made and failures endured. Learn how raw gold is concentrated, cleaned and worked with, and then experience the thrill of panning for your own gold from the very same pay dirt that is being sluiced.

The miners' main camp is located at the picturesque convergence of Hunker and Goldbottom Creeks, 25 kilometers from Dawson City. Tours depart twice daily, May to September, from Front Street, and can be customized for special groups upon request.

Talk to us about extending your experience by staying in one of our clean and comfortable cabins.

Location

966 Front Street
Box 738
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-5023

Dawson City Fire Fighters' Museum

The Dawson City Fire Fighters’ Museum in a non-profit organization run by members of the Dawson City Volunteer Fire Department. Our mission is to preserve our firefighting heritage by acquiring, restoring and maintaining the apparatus, equipment, pictures and memorabilia of the Dawson City Fire Department’s past.

Located next to the Fire Hall in the North end of town, directly across from the Ferry Landing, the museum offers an extensive collection of vintage fire engines, apparatus, artifacts, pictures and information about the history of fire fighting in the City of Dawson.

Established in 1898 during the Gold Rush era, we are the oldest Fire Department in the Yukon, and we have many artifacts and vehicles on display from this period. In addition to these unique exhibits, we also house vehicles and firefighting equipment from the early Twentieth Century right up until the present day.

For more information, please visit our website.

Location

Next to the Firehall on Front Street, across from the ferry landing.
Front Street
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Canada
Phone: (867) 993-7407
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Klondike National Historic Sites

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. 

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Location

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

The Dickson family welcomes you to pristine world class quality big - game hunting in northwestern Yukon. We are licensed a professional outfit and guiding service offering Dall Sheep, Alaska-Yukon Moose, Grizzly and Black Bear hunting trips.

Our area is remote using float planes and horses to guide you in the mountains where your adventure awaits you. We have over 5,500 square miles of exclusive hunting opportunities for non-resident hunters as well as their family or friends who want to join in on the adventure as well.

Our outfitting season is runs from August until the middle of October. Very high success rates with the comforts of well-established cozy camps and the dedication from our experienced crew we ensure a high end hunting experience for all.

Location

Western Yukon Area
5 Marion Crescent, YT Y1A 5S4
Canada
Phone: (867) 633-5456
Fax: (867) 633-5456

Yukon Alaska Tourist Tours

Bus charters and transfers to events and attractions. Mine crew transfer. Daily summer bus service to Skagway is available. Tickets to attractions. Comfy MCI coaches.

Location

2nd and Wood
Westmark Whitehorse Hotel
Whitehorse, YT
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-5944
Fax: (867) 668-5947
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-866-626-7383
Email: 
info@yatt.ca

Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

True wilderness lodge, accessible only by water or air, in pristine southeast Yukon. Full-service lodge stay, self-contained cabin rental, guided canoe and hiking trips. Small groups, rarely visited area.

Accessible only by water or air, Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge is located among pristine wilderness in beautiful southeast Yukon. Enjoy full board and personal care, yet lots of privacy in your own cozy log cabin with stunning views over picturesque bays and isles. We offer lodge-based excursions and multi-day trips personally guided by owners: canoeing and hiking in summer, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter. Whether you are active nature lover or just looking for peaceful relaxation, our lodge is the perfect getaway for you.

The lodge consists of a main log house and five lovingly crafted guest cabins. Meals are served in the main lodge, where guests are welcome anytime and have access to the library. Lodge guests enjoy comprehensive service at no additional cost: boat transfer to the lodge, accommodation in private lakeshore log cabins, full board, guided daytrips (e.g. sightseeing by motorboat, paddling, hiking) and unlimited use of canoes/kayaks, angling gear and sauna. Depending on weather, wishes and personal abilities, daytrips in small groups will bring you to secret places around the lake teeming with wildlife and great scenery.

Alternatively, a self-contained log cabin is available for rent, hidden away from the main lodge operation, offering lots of privacy for those seeking a secluded retreat.

BONJOUR!
GUTEN TAG!

Location

Frances Lake, Campbell Highway
Box 31208
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5P7
Canada
Phone: 1 (406) 206-4396
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