If you think the Yukon landscape is impressive from the ground, just imagine the view from the air. On a flightseeing tour you’ll float over vast boreal forest, pristine lakes, icefields and majestic peaks. You’ll gain an unforgettable impression of the astounding beauty of this land.
Yukon icons from above
Fly over Mt. Logan, Canada’s highest peak, and the world’s largest non-polar icefields. Or get a bird’s eye view of the jagged Tombstone Mountains and the colourful northern tundra. Follow the winding Yukon River through Whitehorse, or circle over the Midnight Sun Dome over Dawson City.
Fly with the experts
A flightseeing tour is the perfect way to experience Yukon’s magnificent landscape. Our experienced air charter companies are ready to take you wherever you want to go, from a half-hour sightseeing jaunt to multi-day excursions deep in the heart of the Yukon wilderness.
See Alaska on a two-nation vacation. Just three hours south of Whitehorse, the Alaska State ferry connects you to Skagway, Haines and Juneau. The Alaska Marine Highway operates a fleet of vessels along a route so special it has been designated a National Scenic Byway. It is an ideal way to travel for those who want to create their own schedule, explore off-the-beaten path destinations and see Alaska in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. With the Alaska Marine Highway, you can explore dozens of unique communities and areas of Alaska not accessible via the road system.
Alayuk Adventures, the authentic experience. We guide your exclusive and customized adventure into the wilderness from one day to several weeks.
In summer, we guide hiking or backpacking with or without our dogs. We guide canoe or mountain bike trips.
In winter, we guide dog sledding trips. You drive your own team from half day to several weeks. All year round, we share our musher’s life with our friendly huskies and organize kennel visit. From September to April, our ranch is a great spot to observe the northern lights.
Arlin McFarlane works in film, theatre and communications and operates a Guest House/Bed and Breakfast to subsidize her artistic pursuits. Her short films have travelled the world, she is well known locally for her work as The Curious Gardener, and she is currently working on a video-assisted live performance piece called My Brain is Plastic: Neuroplasticity and the Nuclear Family. Somehow she finds time to meet lots of guests from all over the world and she likes it.
Located only 25 minutes from downtown Whitehorse, Annie Lake Cabins B&B invites you to rest, play and relax in one of the Yukon's most stunning scenery. Whether you're a hiker, mountain biker, cross-country skier, photographer or gentle traveler, Annie Lake Cabins B&B is the perfect accommodation for you. Our 270 sqft modern and comfortable cabins are lovingly and carefully built on a ridge overlooking the Carcross valley with the Watson River running below.
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.