With a population of about 33,294 (as estimated in 2008), Yukon is the smallest of the three Canadian territories – but that doesn't mean that there's not a lot to visit! Must-sees include: Old Crow, Dawson, Beaver Creek, Faro, Destruction Bay, Whitehorse, and Marsh Lake.
If you're craving fun, excitement, and unforgettable scenery, Yukon is the place for you! Enjoy day excursions, be they whitewater rafting, glacier flight-seeing, birdwatching, and more. Enjoy Yukon during the winter: go dog-sledding, drive a snowmobile, join a northern lights tours and enjoy some of the best cross-country ski trails in Canada.
Visit Kluane National Park, in the south-west corner of Yukon Territory and bordering on Alaska and British Columbia, extends over an area of 8,498 square miles. The snow capped mountains of the Kluane, Canada's largest park of its kind, which has the world's most massive ice fields outside of the polar region, was designated a Mountain Park in 1976 and as a United Nations World Heritage site in 1979. Great glaciers at the edges of the ice - up to one mile thick in place - have swept over the mountain valleys. Climbers and naturalists from all over the world come here every year to explore this fantastic mountain world.