Sightseeing
  • Duration: 9 hours
  • Season: Aug 15 to Oct 15
  • Price: CAD 269.00
  • Activity: Wildlife Viewing, Sightseeing, Aboriginal Culture, Hiking

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On this tour you will visit the magnificent Kluane National Park, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. We will visit the scenic Kathleen Lake and enjoy a short hike at the Rock Glacier which bursts a magnificent view across lakes and mountains surrounding Kluane National Park. Visiting the historic indigenous Klukshu Village we will also have the chance to see wild salmon reaching their spawning grounds. In Haines Junction we will visit the Da Kų Cultural Centre to learn more about the rich history of Kluane National Park, which is home to the largest non-polar ice field.

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Tour Duration (Full Day Tour) :
9 hours

Start Time Full Day (Summer) :
8:30am

Pickup Location :
Westmark Whitehorse

Tour Price :
CAD 269.00

Child Discount :
7 - 17 years (25% off regular adult rate.)

All rates per person plus 5% Tax (GST)

Group Size :
2 - 20 participants per tour

Included :
  • All transportation with guide
  • Scenic hike in Kluane National Park (45 min.)
  • Lunch Bag

Not Included :
  • Personal gear & extras
  • Gratuities

Optional Activities :
  • Sightseeing flight over Kluane National Park

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.

Very well organised and excellent photo opportunities and advice.

Phill P.

The trip to Whitehorse we booked with Arctic Range was truly amazing. I can't thank them enough for an absolute great experience.

Robert Traufre

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

I really thank you for taking good care of us during our stay in Whitehorse. I visited there with my mom and enjoyed great nature with southern lights and snow shoeing guided by Himeno san.

Aiko Sampei

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

Will and Audrey

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

The location was absolutely beautiful and they had a very cozy warming hut. The young lady that was our guide was very helpful.

Laura U

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

Every person we encountered with arctic adventures was absolutely amazing.

Meredith D

Thank you so much...

Vinicius A

guides are knowledgeable and have different languages available

Tash

Keigo was fantastic and so patient to teach me how to use my camera...

Earl K

Absolutely excellent hospitality excellent organization friendly hosts brilliant exposure to nature and a once in a lifetime experience viewing the northern lights in Yukon.

SrikumarG

Our primary purpose for this tour was to see Aurora. The activity of Aurora was strong at that time (end of August), ....

Alma B

Your friendly smiles made us feel perfectly relieved, so we were relaxed and had a good time like we were with our close friends. We really enjoyed hearing about your life in Yukon―a lot of amazing stories!

Shimizu Takeshi & Emi