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The Rock Shop

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Yukon Rock Shop is a family owned business operated out of our home on the South Klondyke Highway about 1/4 mile from the Alaska Highway junction.

We have a wide variety of local and imported mineral specimens in addition to souvenirs made up on location with local minerals and track spikes.

The yard is full of old hard rock mining equipment and piles of local mine rock and photographers are welcome.
Information on local collecting is available and mine tours can be arranged when Paul Wray is available.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German

Location

South Klondike Highway
Box 10035
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 7A1
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-2772
Phone Number: 
(867) 668-2772

North End Gallery

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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.

Spoken Languages
German: 
Don't Speak German

Location

Corner of First Avenue and Steele Street
118-1116 First Avenue
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1A3
Canada
Phone: (867) 393-3590
Phone Number: 
(867) 393-3590
Fax Number: 
(867) 668-4891

Gold Originals by Charlotte

Handmade gold nugget jewellery. Cosmic Beads done in the store by Ruth. Mammoth ivory necklaces. Native hand-carved silver. Extended summer hours.

Spoken Languages
BONJOUR!
German: 
Don't Speak German

Location

204A Main Street
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2A9
Canada
Phone: (867) 668-7928
Phone Number: 
(867) 668-7928

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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