Getting here is easy

Getting here is easy
Getting here is a great deal easier today.

By Air

It's easy to get here. Major commercial airlines connect Whitehorse directly with Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Yellowknife. Air travel to Whitehorse is a daily, year-round service on major routes, and there are a variety of convenient connections from other North American cities.

Jetting north of 60 is fast and fun

Air North, Yukon's Airline

1-800-661-0407 www.flyainorth.com
Year-round jet service to Whitehorse from Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa and Yellowknife - with connections to their northern network including Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik, and Fairbanks (seasonally).

WestJet

1-888-937-8538 www.westjet.com
Daily non-stop flights from Vancouver to Whitehorse from May to October.

Air Canada

1-888-247-2262 www.aircanada.com
Daily service between Vancouver and Whitehorse.

Condor

1-866-960-7915 www.condor.com
Weekly service from Frankfurt, Germany to Whitehorse from June to September.

By Water

Skagway, Alaska is a regular port of call for ferries and is only two hours away by road from Whitehorse. Enjoy the journey by sea to Skagway, then travel from this coastal Alaskan town through the dramatic White Pass.

Get ferried away to the Yukon

During the summer, daily motor coaches connect Skagway and Whitehorse. You can also ride the famed White Pass & Yukon Route railway to the White Pass summit and travel by bus the rest of the way to Whitehorse.

BC Ferries

1-888-223-3779 or (205) 386-3431 www.bcferries.com
Regular service from Vancouver to Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

Alaska Marine Highway

1-800-642-0066 http://www.dot.state.ak.us/amhs/
Regular service from Bellingham, Washington or Prince Rupert, British Columbia and throughout coastal Alaska.

By Highway

Driving to the Yukon is an amazing experience in itself. The key for any road trip is being prepared to enjoy the ride.

Ready for a spectacular road trip?

Drive up the Alaska Highway or the Stewart-Cassiar Highway from British Columbia. Each route takes approximately two nights/three days through incredible scenery and friendly northern communities. If your clients are arriving from Alaska, they can enter the Yukon via the Alaska Highway, Alaska Route 5/Top of the World Highway (closed in winter), and the Alaska Route 98/Klondike Highway from Skagway. With 5,000 km of well-maintained highways and seven scenic drives, the Yukon is the ultimate road destination!

Take Your Time

The destination is spectacular, but don’t miss the beauty of the journey on your way. Take your time and enjoy what the road has to offer. Observe the posted speed limits and adjust your driving to the road conditions.

Whether by car, RV or motorcoach, the drive is relaxing and easy.