Right at the feet of famous Kluane National Park, this cozy log cabin is nestled between spruce trees and cotton woods with ample space around the cabin and endless wilderness right behind it.
Forested trails and grassy meadows invite for some some amazing hikes into our untouched northern back country. Blue Kathleen Lake, the high country of St. Elias Mountain Range, and the remote valleys of the Cottonwood Pass are only minutes away.
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.
Every time I hike the Chilkoot trail, I think about all the dreamers that fought against this inhospitable country. Few found gold but many found inner strength. All lived real adventures. They opened the path for the rest of us.
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 as we travel overland from the Pacific to the Arctic, along snow covered highways and roadways built of ice along ancient wildlife corridors, and traditional trading routes of First Nations traders - later used by Klondike Gold Rush prospectors and NWMP patrolmen. The tour finishes with a thrilling excursions to the Inuvialuit village of Tuktoyaktuk, on the Arctic coast, accessible only by a winter “ice-road” constructed out of the frozen ice of the Mackenzie River and the Arctic Ocean.
At the Old Log Church Museum, we preserve, interpret and provide access to Yukon's church-related historic materials in our care-including the building itself, which is the oldest surviving structure in its original location in Whitehorse. Learn about early missionary and whaling history, First Nations art and culture and the legendary Bishop Who Ate His Boots!
Museum tours and other interpretive programs available. Special programming and free admission on Canada Day and Discovery Day. Old Fashioned Christmas Sale - mid to late November.
Established in 1977, the Yukon Historical & Museums Association works to inspire and share a passion for Yukon heritage by providing support for education, networking, advocacy, partnerships and awareness.
The British Yukon Navigation (BYN) Company sternwheeler fleet plied the upper Yukon River between Whitehorse and Dawson City in the early twentieth century. The S.S. Klondike was the largest sternwheeler in the fleet. Built in 1929, the ship sank in 1936, was rebuilt and launched as the S.S. Klondike II in spring 1937.