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HikeBikeTravel ranked the backpacking hike to Grizzly Lake in Tombstone Territorial Park as one of the top five in Canada!

"It’s a wild, desolate, truly memorable landscape... and I can safely say like nowhere else you’ve seen."

Is hiking in Tombstone Territorial Park part of your summer plans?

A Hike to Grizzly Lake in the Tombstone Mountains
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You don't have to save up to visit the Yukon this year! Air North, Yukon's Airline is offering Canada 150 Air Passes.

The passes include, four one-way flight segments for two eligible travellers.

Find out more: [ Link ]
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Carcross got it's name from the magnificent herds of caribou that passed through the area on their annual migration.

The mountains surrounding the community beckon for hiking, wildlife viewing and mountain biking. A perfect home-base for outdoor adventure, or day-trip from Whitehorse.

Cody Bjork-Andison
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02/26/2017 at 23:37. Facebook
Celebrate the end of Winter in Dawson City, March 17 to 19 at the Thaw Di Gras Spring Carnival!

In true Yukon fashion, enjoy a variety of outrageous events and games including the egg toss, snowshoe baseball, dogsled rides, and even a cat show!

Learn more about Thaw Di Gras: [ Link ]
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02/26/2017 at 16:14. Facebook
Whitehorse is surrounded by nature. You'll find plenty of great Northern Lights viewing locations are only a short drive from town.

These were taken by Kimie Izawa at Fish Lake which is about 24 kms from downtown Whitehorse.
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02/26/2017 at 00:46. Facebook
The boardwalks and buildings of Dawson City are rich with character and history. Winter is the perfect time to avoid the crowds, wander around the city and appreciate how truly unique it is.

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02/25/2017 at 18:16. Facebook
The Yukon conjures up a romantic picture of life in the wild.

Non Stop Destination visited Whitehorse this winter and created this handy guide with helpful tips on how to get here, things to do, places to stay, car rentals and more.

What's your favorite thing to do in the Yukon in winter?

Whitehorse travel guide – Explore the Gateway to the Yukon
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02/24/2017 at 23:43. Facebook
A moody day at Bennett Lake in Carcross.

It's a great place to pause after a day of hiking or mountain biking on Montana Mountain. Have you stopped to take in the scenery on the beach in Carcross?

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02/24/2017 at 18:27. Facebook
Wearing a costume during the Sourdough Rendezvous Festival will keep you out of the Keystone Kops' paddy wagon!

Not sure what to wear for a Rendezvous night out? Ladies get fancy with corsets, fishnet stockings, garters and lots of feathers. Gentlemen wear vests, dress-pants, tails, top or bowler hats and garter arm bands.

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02/24/2017 at 16:42. Facebook
We're celebrating 40 years with our favorite, friendly, Yukon airline! Air North, Yukon's Airline
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02/24/2017 at 00:11. Facebook
The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival is on! Are you visiting for this iconic Yukon event?

Whitehorse is a buzz with energy as we celebrate with axe throwing, dogsledding, flour packing, chainsaw chucking, Snow Shoe Shuffling and Can Can dancing.

by Matt Jacques Photography
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02/23/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
The historic White Pass & Yukon Route travels between Skagway, Alaska, and the quaint lake-side community of Carcross, Yukon.

The train follows the same route the Klondike stampeders traversed in 1898. Travel through tunnels and over bridges, alongside glaciers, mountains, and waterfalls. An incredible journey!
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02/23/2017 at 00:43. Facebook
When you visit the Yukon to fulfill a life-long dream of seeing the Northern Lights, be sure to bring your camera and visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve during the daylight hours.

Non Stop Destination had a once in a lifetime experience viewing, photographing, and learning about the animals and their stories.

Which were your favorite animals at the Preserve?


Meet the Animals From the Yukon Wildlife Preserve
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02/22/2017 at 17:33. Facebook
Did you know that you can drive through some of the Yukon’s most spectacular scenery in just a few days?

Fly to Whitehorse and take a short excursion to iconic Kluane National Park, or the quaint lakefront community of Carcross.

Learn more: [ Link ]

Kim Matuschewski
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02/22/2017 at 01:31. Facebook
The Arctic Fox at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve looves the camera! We're seeing him all over social media lately.

Who's your favorite animal at the preserve?

by Lindsay Caskenette
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02/21/2017 at 18:54. Facebook
We've been marveling at the Northern Lights a lot lately! We enjoy brilliant displays until April when the midnight sun takes over our skies with never-ending light.

There's still time to see the Yukon auroras in person!

by Northern Lights Resort & SPA
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02/21/2017 at 16:11. Facebook
There are plenty of places to hike near Whitehorse where you'll find panoramic views like this one.

This photo was taken in the Mt. Lorne area, just south of Whitehorse, where you can bask in Yukon splendor from above!

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02/21/2017 at 00:17. Facebook
HikeBikeTravel visited Whitehorse last March and found that there was a "heck of a lot to do" in this awesome destination.

With Whitehorse as your home base, here are 9 unique day trips that you can do during a 5-day visit. Have you walked the Millennium Trail yet?

9 Reasons why you Should Visit Whitehorse in Winter
Find solitude on the hundreds of trails and routes that criss cross the Yukon.

Brute Mountain is a challenging hike that starts near Carcross and ends with sweeping views over Bennett Lake, Montana Mountain and Carcross.

by Yukon Hiking
The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous is underway and the high-kicking Can-Can dancers are back!

Originating for the French word ‘scandal’, Can-Can has become integral to our Yukon history and our February Festival fun.

by Teresa SVC