Yukon Vacations

This sparsely populated territory in northern Canada is a final frontier of sorts, providing ample opportunity for visitors to explore the pristine beauty of the Arctic that has remained mostly untouched by civilization. Road tripping across the Yukon is a popular way to experience the most of this region, though distances between service stations ... Read more
can be vast. Stop at Whitehorse, the capital, or Dawson City, an old gold rush town, for insight into Yukon's modern history. For those wanting more of an adventure off the beaten path, head to Kluane National Park to explore high mountains, immense ice fields and lush valleys. Visit in the long winter months to see the Aurora Borealis paint the night sky in an unearthly, but stunning, palette.

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From August to mid-April, the northern lights swirl across the sky above Canada’s Yukon Territory. Depending on cloud conditions, light pollution, and the night’s auroral activity, you could spend hours watching the neon shades of green and yellow. Learn about the science—and folklore—surrounding the colors at the Northern Lights Centre in Watson Lake. And follow your night out in the cold with a day of pampering (dry-brush massage, aromatherapy session) at the Northern Lights Resort and Spa in Whitehorse.

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