Adventure
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Season: Jun 3 to Oct 11
  • Price: CAD 1,689.00
  • Activity: Hiking, Canoeing, Hot Springs, Flying, Wildlife Viewing, History, Aboriginal Culture, Sightseeing

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Experience five days of summer adventure in the far north. We’ll take you hiking, canoeing, show you the breathtaking summer scenery from above with a sightseeing flight. We let you see wildlife upclose at the “Yukon Wildlife Preserve” and pamper you with a dive into the soothing hot water of the “Takhini Hotsprings”. This is an eventful summer tour in the Yukon for young and young-at-heart travelers.

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Sunday, Arrival Whitehorse

From the airport we drive you to your hotel located in the centre of Whitehorse. This evening you will enjoy a dinner with the participants of the group. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.

Monday, Hot Springs, Wildlife and a Birds-Eye-View

We start the day with a sightseeing flight above the spectacular summer scenery on a 20 minutes sightseeing flight. During the flight we can enjoy the yukon scenery from an angle only few people ever will. Back in Whitehorse we will discover the history of the north on a city-sightseeing tour. Whitehorse has a lot to offer and is home to famous sights like the historic Paddlewheeler SS Klondike or a “Skyscraper” completely made out of logs. Later we drive to the Yukon Wildlife Preserve where we can see up close inhabitant game like the Elk, Moose, Caribou, Mountain Goats and Porcupines in their natural surrounding. Not far from here we will visit the Takhini Hotsprings and endulge ourself in the natural hot waters and relax in a breathtaking mountain setting. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.

Tuesday, Surrounded by mighty mountains

After breakfast we drive into the mountains of Kluane National Park. On this tour you will visit the magnificent Kluane National Park, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. We will stop at Sheep Mountain in hopes to spot the local Dall Sheeps on their traditional territory. We will also learn more about the Glacial Fields in the Kluane NP at the Parks Visitor Centre. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.

Wednesday, On historic waterways discover the Yukon’s Gold Rush

Today we’ll learn the old tradition of canoeing. After a detailed safety briefing we’ll get introduced to the art of canoeing and soon we’ll be on our way on historic waterways. On this tour you canoe down the historic Yukon River and enjoy the peaceful scenery. We paddle from Whitehorse to the confluence of the Takhini River. A great day trip for beginner paddlers and a perfect way to enjoy this classic northern river. Back from the canoe trip you can reward yourself with a beer from the famous Yukon Brewery at one of the downtown restaurants. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.

Thursday, Whitehorse Departure

Transfer to the airport.

Tour Duration :
5 days

Tour Price :
CAD 1,689.00

Child Discount :
7 to 17 year (25 % off regular adult rate.)
Double Room/Person :
Included in tour price
Single Room/Person :
+CAD 205.00
Triple Room/Person :
-CAD 62.00
Quad Room/Person :
-CAD 90.00

All rates per person plus 5% Tax (GST)

Group Size :
2 - 12 participants per tour

Included :
  • Expert guidance on the entire trip
  • 4 nights accommodation in Whitehorse
  • 4x Continental-style breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour in Whitehorse
  • Sightseeing flight around Whitehorse and area
  • Entrance fee for Yukon Wildlife Preserve
  • Entrance fee for Takhini Hot Springs
  • Kluane National Park tour (full day)
  • Canoeing tour (half day)
  • Canoe gear rental (2 people per canoe)
  • Airport Transfers in Whitehorse

Not Included :
  • Meals (except breakfast)
  • Optional tours
  • Personal extras
  • Gratuity

Optional Activities :
  • Aurora Viewing Evening Tour (available from August 15th)
  • Sightseeing flight over Kluane National Park - starting from CAD 300.00/person (plus GST)

Notes :
  • Due to the nature of this tour last-minute changes to the itinerary are a possibility and are left up to the discretion of the guide.

The lights were incredible! Thank you for a memorable visit to Whitehorse!

Cindy DeCarlo

I am thinking of paddling the river with a canoe in August and September. I fell in love with Whitehorse.

Ayako Tatsumi

We enjoyed the Wildlife Preserve and Takhini Hot Spring tour and also we were very happy to see Aurora on our last night.

Ishikwawa

Amaizing experience We passed a uniqye adventure a happyness with all wild life..

Juan Kaly

Many many thanks for making this experience so memorable for my husband and I. Also we want to come back to Whitehorse in the future...

Christina Walford

The whole organisation was really good and the people were soo nice and they try their best to give you unforgettable moments... I can only say good things about it...

Steffen

I went to Sweden 8 years ago, but I could not see aurora then and I have always wanted to see the beautiful aurora someday.

Yuriko Sakano

This a Must trip if the Northern Lights are on your bucket list!

Donna C

We had the most amazing trip ... . Absolutely well organized. Weather was on our side and Reinhard is such a skilled driver and his wildlife spotting skills are phenominal.

Naseera Koya

We have a few friends interested in going to Yukon, we had a good time with the guide, he was really nice!

Thomas Duffy

I flew to Whitehorse only for 1 night in the hope to see the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). It was a risk as they don't come out every night, but it paid off. At approx 3am the lights came out and it was spectacular.

Leese D

Aurora viewing was spectacular, there really aren't enough words to describe it. Guides are super friendly and tour groups are small, which is great.

Gabriela

I enjoyed Whitehorse very much. Thank you for your all arrangement of my trip.

Miki Maebara

...thank you so much to Arctic Range – my wife and I loved every minute of our adventures with you.

Will and Audrey

... I visited Whitehorse in March to see The Northern Lights. Thanks again for an incredible time.

John Sanger