We offer ½, full day or multi-day river trips, on your own or fully guided. With more than 35 years of experience we can make your wilderness holiday happen. Family operated, great paddling shop, canoe & kayak sales and rentals.
We are easily found on the river in downtown Whitehorse. We can accommodate singles, doubles and larger groups with our great selection of canoes, kayaks and the great Voyageur canoes that hold up to ten persons. Ground transportation is provided. We operate a number of fully guided canoe trips throughout the summer months.
This tour unites Culture, History & Arts with proud First Nation’s Heritage. Learn about native history at the Quanlin Dun Cultural Center, see an old log church and sky scraper, visit the last authentic paddlewheel steamboat, drive to Miles Canyon and back in history, to a time when stampeders rushed down the Whitehorse Rapids giving our town its name, visit our modern fish ladder and hydro-electric dam, then get excited at amazing wildlife exhibitions. Talk with artists at their work place.
See mammals of the North in their natural habitats. An educational interpretive tour featuring moose, musk oxen, mountain goats, dall and stone sheep, woodland caribou, elk, wood bison, mule deer, lynx and Arctic fox with unique wildlife viewing opportunities – over 120 animals in seven distinct habitats on 750 acres of land.
Two experiences in one! See northern animals at the Wildlife Preserve, then relax and soak in the natural mineral waters of the Hot Springs. Ask for special combo-rates.
Relax in the mineral waters of our famous Thermal Hot Springs. Swim or soak in two connected pools of odorless thermal water from deep within the earth, while enjoying the wonderful view of the mountains, whether they are snow capped in the winter, invigorated with fresh green leaves in spring or ablaze with the fire of autumn colors in the fall. The Takhini Hot Springs are a jewel to visit any time of the year.
A on-site restaurant offers fine meals and snacks.
Kluane National Park: gateway to the famous St. Elias Mountain Range, where Canada's highest peaks and the world's largest non-polar ice fields await. We visit Da Kų Cultural and Parks Canada Interpretive centers, then drive down alongside this amazing world heritage site to the base of an ancient Rock Glacier. A short walk offers panoramic views. Nearby deep blue Kathleen Lake invites for a shore lunch.
Book your seat to this protected place of wilds and wonders, of magic and mystery.
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.
Join us on a 2 hour horseback ride into beautiful Yukon Wilderness from our ranch. Ride precedes with a short riding lesson from one of our experienced guides. Return to the ranch to enjoy a mouth watering steak dinner complete with all the fixings in our log dining lodge.!
This tour starts in Whitehorse and we travel along the South Klondike Highway to Fraser, BC, connecting with the world famous narrow gauge White Pass railway over the White Pass Summit and into Skagway, Alaska.
In Skagway you will have the chance to discover the historic downtown, the gateway for many Stampeders on they way to the Klondike Goldfields.
Join us on one of our most favorite hikes along the shores of our impressive Yukon River through beautiful Miles Canyon. Explore our local history and scenic beauty on this easy, non-paved interpretive walk. Your local guide will point out important areas during the Klondike Gold Rush and share colourful stories of our Yukon past and present. Discover fun facts of Yukon’s natural history and bring the forest alive!
Departs every evening throughout the summer. 2 hours in length.