If you think Canada as a whole is sparsely populated, wait until you arrive in the Yukon. Home to more wolves than people, Yukon is one of the wildest and scenic destinations in Canada. Home to one of the most famous gold rushes in history, Canada’s tallest mountains, and one of the most infamous road trips in the country, the Yukon is a treasure trove for the adventurous.
Some of our favourite things to do in the Yukon include flying over the mountainous terrain of Kluane National Park and the world’s largest non-polar glacier, wandering the wild-west streets of Dawson, admiring the Northern Lights, and driving the 700-km dirt road to the Arctic Ocean in the Northwest Territories, but that’s just scratching the surface of this truly wild territory.
So if we’ve piqued your interest, make sure to dig deeper with our travel guide and videos dedicated to the Yukon and Northern Canada.
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