• Duration:
  • Season: Dec 10 to Mar 25
  • Price: CAD 1,615.00
  • Activity: Wildlife Viewing, Ice Fishing, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Northern Lights

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Experience winter as it was meant to be in the Yukon! The highlight of this holiday is a 3-day snowmobile adventure with cozy, private and exclusive cabin-accommodation and authentic Arctic activities along the way through some of the beautiful, remote backcountry of the southwest Yukon. This journey takes you far from the city lights, giving you an excellent chance of seeing the northern lights at their best. You will experience the lifestyle of northern bush living, based out of your warm and comfortable, private log cabin located on the shores of a mountain lake. You will also get to try your hand at ice fishing and snowshoeing across the frozen lake!
Your guide was born and raised in the Yukon and has traveled this area for over 30 years. We provide all of the equipment and food necessary for your snowmobile adventure tour. You only have to provide your own gear, outerwear, and personal items.

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Pickup in Whitehorse & Snowmobiling

We will pick you up in the morning. From Whitehorse we will drive north on the Alaska Highway towards Kluane National Park and on the way you will be able to see the front range of the St. Elias mountains. The guide will have good historical and cultural knowledge of the area you are traveling through. After we unload the snowmobiles at the trailhead we will give you hands-on instruction on how to properly ride your snowmobile. Then we start our snowmobile adventure and travel north into some beautiful mountain country. On the way we’ll be looking for and identifying animal tracks and will stop for a snack and hot beverage. After about two hours, we arrive at our cabin where we stay for the next 2 nights. You will have the luxury of staying in your own brand new, private and exclusive log cabin. Upon arrival, we’ll get the wood heaters going to warm up the cabins, cut a hole in the ice for water, do a few other chores and have lunch. After that, we’ll snowmobile around the lake and get you familiarized with the country. We will serve a good hearty dinner and then spend the rest of the evening telling you about the country and stories related to the area we are living in. You can enjoy the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) in complete seclusion under the northern sky all night long. Overnight at Lake Cabin.

Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing & Ice-Fishing

The next morning, we’ll have a great northern breakfast and then get ready to snowmobile north to see some new country. Our trail to the north of the cabins will be approximately 30 km (return) and will take a good part of the day. We’ll go as far as “the look-out” – an amazing scenic viewpoint, far above the valley floor, where you can see the mountainous country all around for many miles. You can also see the valley of the famous Dalton Trail from the look-out. We’ll have lunch “on the trail”. If it’s very cold out, we’ll make a campfire to keep warm while we’re having lunch. After we get back to the cabins, time permitting, we will either go on a snowshoe trail or go ice-fishing – your choice. Please note that exact timing of most activities are weather-dependent. Another night in complete remoteness let’s you enjoy the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) under the northern sky. Overnight at Lake Cabin.

Snowmobiling & Return to Whitehorse

After we have breakfast, we’ll have time for a short snowshoe hike or some ice-fishing before we get organized to head back out to the highway where our vehicle is. Return to Whitehorse in the late afternoon.

Tour Price :
CAD 1,615.00

All rates per person plus 5% Tax (GST)

Group Size :
2 - 6 participants per tour

Included :
  • 3 day roundtrip from/to Whitehorse
  • 2 nights accommodation at remote, private and exclusive cabin
  • 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners
  • 3 day snowmobile rental (2 person/snowmobile)
  • Snowshoe rental
  • Ice-Fishing gear

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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.

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

Ayako Tatsumi

The overall tour was excellent. Good guides, well educated and pleasant.

Keith Topolski

Thanks for all. I had a great time in Yukon.

Samar Fargal

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

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

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


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...


On Friday I went snow shoeing around Miles Canyon. It was very nice to see the Yukon river under the snow.

Dave Ellemberg

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

Juan Kaly

I had spend very good time in Whitehorse to meet you and your staff.

Hitomi YUASA

It was the experience of a lifetime! Very well organized trips and very warm, hospitable people.

Archana Shejwalkar

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.


Very well organised tour which was absolutely amazing.

Suzanne G

We went on your northern lights tour last night and had an amazing time!

Natalie Mander

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

Cindy DeCarlo