Join our informative bus tour around the scenic 5 km loop of the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. This tour last about 75-90 minutes providing ample opportunity to view a variety of northern mammals and distinctive habitats. The tour is led by our knowledgeable, friendly, and very passionate members of our interpretive staff who will stop the bus to allow visitors to get off and view/photograph the animals of the North. Dress appropriately for winter weather. Senior/Child etc. rates available.
From Day Trips to Wilderness Tours, from Cabin Rentals to Adventure Publications - Black Bear Wilderness offers authentic and well planned Yukon Adventures. Year-round.
Join exciting Day Trips around Whitehorse or as far as Kluane National Park. Go wildlife viewing, learn common bush crafts or relax in our natural hot springs. Try seeing all this from above on a breathtaking helicopter 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 provides some amazing photo and wildlife viewing opportunities along the trail!
The views and vistas of the majestic Donjek Glacier are unimaginably impressive, and is definitely worthwhile the effort.
This is a fantastic hike through pristine mountain wilderness is an experience you’ll not soon forget!
If you're looking for a very special backpaking adventure, then get your backpack ready, strap on your hiking boots, charge your camera and join Nature Tours of Yukon for an adventure of a lifetime!
Enjoy 14 days in the heart of the Peel River Watershed with dramatic mountain scenery. White water rafting, glorious hiking, wildlife viewing, wild flowers, photography beneath the midnight sun! Beginning with the float plane flight into the heart of this pristine wilderness you will experience the trip-of-a-lifetime. Friendly, knowledgeable, qualified guides (1-4 ratio), great cuisine, comfortable camping. We make it easy by providing all of the gear. See all the details at www.nahanni.com.
Yukon's Snake River Whitewater Canoeing and Hiking
Enjoy 14 days in the heart of the Peel River Watershed with dramatic mountain scenery. White water canoeing, glorious hiking, wildlife viewing, wild flowers, photography beneath the midnight sun! Beginning with the float plane flight into the heart of this pristine wilderness you will experience the trip-of-a-lifetime. Friendly, knowledgeable, qualified guides (1-4 ratio), great cuisine, comfortable camping. We make it easy by providing all of the gear. See all the details at www.nahanni.com.
This 600 km loop, also known as the Golden Circle, takes you to the main places of interest of Southern Yukon and Alaska. Hike in Kluane National Park, experience Haines with its small harbor on the fjord surrounded by mountains and glaciers, watch northern wildlife and visit the historical town of Skagway.
Leave civilization behind and step into one of the Yukon's wildest places, the beautiful Hess Mountains. Only a handful of people have ever walked amongst these unnamed lakes, rivers and mountains. You may even be the first human the bears or caribou who live here have ever seen!
From Whitehorse drive approx. 30 km to the Wildlife Preserve. Excellent guided tour and great opportunities to view and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat: Dall Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goat, Deer, Elk, Woodland Caribou, Wood Bison, Musk-Ox and Moose may be seen, usually up close! Short drive to Takhini Hot Springs. Relax in the hot water pool and enjoy the winter landscape. Coffee shop and desserts available at the hot springs (not included in package price).
During this Yukon River canoe trip we'll retrace part of the Klondike Gold Rush route of 1898. Reminders of Yukon’s gold rush can be seen all along the Yukon River. We’ll camp on the banks of the Yukon River in authentic northern wilderness and explore the boreal forest on the way.
But more than history thrives along this river. Watch for wolves, moose, and bear. Look for bald eagles, falcons, and hawks. Watch the waters too. They’re home to beavers, otters, muskrats, arctic grayling & salmon.