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Haines Convention and Visitors Bureau

Haines - The Adventure Capital of Alaska. Come and explore all the adventures Haines has to offer including hiking, kayaking, fishing, wildlife or just a leisurely stroll through Fort Seward.


Box 530
Haines, AK 99827
United States
Phone: (907) 766-2234
Fax: (907) 766-3155
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Fortymile Gold Workshop

Leslie Chapman is the owner/goldsmith at Fortymile Gold Workshop on the corner of 3rd Ave. and York Street in downtown Dawson City. You can visit her studio to watch her melt gold dust to hand fabricate unique and beautiful 20K gold jewellery. She calls the gold she uses from her family’s placer mine on the historic Fortymile River “green gold”. Her clients can feel confident that the gold jewellery originating in her studio has not caused harm to the environment and has not exploited labour. Her work incorporates natural gold nuggets and mammoth ivory from Yukon placer mines, Canadian diamonds from the NWT, as well as other gem stones.
Leslie’s studio is also a gallery featuring a collection of interesting original art by some of the most creative of Yukon’s artists and artisans. Fortymile Gold Workshop is an interesting stop for the discerning visitor and not to be missed.


Corner of Third Avenue and York Street
Box 460
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Phone: (867) 993-5690
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Tourism Whitehorse

Whitehorse is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Canada. Named the Wilderness City, Whitehorse is nestled on the banks of the famous Yukon River surrounded by mountains and pristine lakes. Gorgeous scenery and a vibrant city lifestyle, it’s no small wonder over 25,000 people enjoy living here year round. A healthy economy, small town values, a safe environment in which to raise a family, and access to the great outdoors, makes Whitehorse one of the best cities in Canada in which to live and work. Whitehorse provides diverse services to all outlying communities. Its economic base includes mining, transportation services, tourism, and government services.



300 Elliott Avenue, West
Seattle , WA 98119
United States
Phone: 1-877-SAIL HAL

The Rock Shop

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.
As we are operating out of our home, our hours are generally 7 days a week including evenings. It is a good idea to phone ahead. Our number is (867) 668-2772.


South Klondike Highway
Box 10035
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 7A1
Phone: (867) 668-2772
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Talbot Arm Motel

Modern highway lodge, bright and clean with a great view. Service includes a Fas Gas station, 70-seat restaurant, cozy lounge, general store and 32 rooms with TV and full bath. Free parking for RV's.


Km 1743 Alaska Highway
General Delivery
Destruction Bay Y0B 1H0
Phone: 867-841-4461

Bonanza Dining Room

The Bonanza Dining Room located in the Eldorado Hotel embodies the very essence of northern hospitaly, with exemplary service combined with an historical air. Plan your day in Dawson City while enjoying a hearty breakfast of lunch. Dinner specialties include char-broiled steaks and pasta made fresh daily. Dining Room hours are 6:30 am to 2:00 pm and 5 pm to 9 pm daily and food service is also available in our lounge from 11 am to 10 pm.


902 Third Avenue
Box 338
Dawson City, YT Y0B 1G0
Phone: (867) 993-5451
Fax: (867) 993-5256
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Kluane National Park and Reserve Visitor Centre

Kluane National Park and Reserve covers 21,980 square kilometres. It’s a land of mountains, icefields and valleys with a diverse plant and wildlife species, and is home to Mount Logan (5,959 m), Canada's highest peak. Established in 1976, Kluane abuts three other protected areas: Wrangell-St. Elias and Glacier Bay national parks in Alaska, and British Columbia’s Tatshenshini-Alsek Park. Together, the parks form the largest UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Kluane lies within the traditional territory of the Champagne & Aishihik and Kluane First Nations. Parks Canada and the First Nations governments manage the park cooperatively.

Visit the Parks Canada Visitor Reception Centre in the Da Ku Cultural Centre to view exhibits, register for hikes and backcountry travel, and buy a fishing permit. The visitor centre is open from the May long weekend until the September long weekend. Bonjour! Guten Tag! For more information, call 867-634-7207.



Parks Canada
Box 5495
Haines Junction Y0B 1L0
Phone: (867) 634-7207
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Unity Clothing Inc.

Inviting. Diverse. Stylish- Unity Clothing Inc. is a small boutique offering local and international brands that appeal to women of all ages. We are a one-stop shop where mom and daughter can find complete outfits to fit their personal style. For the guys, we are the EXCLUSIVE Yukon retailer for the coveted MyPakage underwear.

We strive to carry minimal quantities which keeps our selection on trend and unique, just like you! Shop our chic accessories, purses, and casual footwear to complete any look. Now carrying 'Fiercely Real' sizing, up to 2X!

Brands include: MAVI, TOMS, PRESS, Ripcurl, Co-Lab, Blupepper, Mia Melon, Dish, BB Dakota, and MORE!


Second Avenue and Elliot Street
2101C Second Avenue
Whitehorse Y1A 1B8
Phone: 1 (867) 668-3999
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Westmark Whitehorse Steele Street Restaurant and Lounge

For Yukon and Alaska hotels, look no further than the Westmark collection. Westmark offers an assortment of full service Alaska and Yukon hotels that are perfect places to relax during a business trip or vacation up north. The region's famous rugged beauty is the reason so many feel compelled to visit, but you won't need to rough it in any of our hotels.

From Fairbanks to Whitehorse and Dawson City to Skagway, each of our Yukon and Alaska hotels offer comfortable accommodations and inviting options for dining with delicious cuisine and excellent service. Many properties offer unique meeting and convention services making them the perfect place to host a business conference or special event.

With unparalleled customer service and attention to detail, the Westmark experience is one that satisfies even the most selective travelers.



201 Wood Street
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2E4
Phone: 1 (867) 393-9700
Fax: 1 (867) 668-2789

Yukon Wildland Fire Management

Every fire season Yukon Wildland Fire Management relies on the public’s support. From burning responsibly and reporting wildfires to obtaining burning permits and ensuring your property is FireSmart you play an integral role. Here are some ways you can do your part.
• When having a campfire always make sure a water source is nearby, monitor your fire closely and make sure it’s out and cold to touch before leaving the area.
• Get a permit. If you are planning to burn grass, brush or debris, or to light an open fire for any purpose other than a campfire you must obtain a burning permit. Permits are free and mandatory from April 1 until September 30.
• Report wildfires immediately to 1-888-798-3473.
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Report Wildfires
Hantsport, NB B0P1P0
Toll-Free Phone: 
1-888-798-FIRE (3473