Strike it lucky in the Yukon
Yukon Wildlife Preserve: Just outside of Whitehorse is the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
SS Klondike National Historic Site: Whitehorse owes its existence to the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s.
Miles Canyon: The Yukon River, one of the principal means of transportation during the 1896–1903 Klondike Gold Rush, flows through Miles Canyon.
Whitehorse: Whitehorse is the capital of Yukon and makes a comfortable and practical base from which to begin your exploration of Canada.
Whitehorse Fishladder and Hatchery: One of the more unusual Whitehorse visitor attractions is the Whitehorse Fishladder and Hatchery.
MacBride Museum of Yukon History: Anyone interested in Yukon history will be well rewarded at this engaging museum facility.
Yukon Transportation Museum: A decommissioned DC-3 airplane sits on a pedestal in front of the Yukon Transportation Museum in Whitehorse.
Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre: Beringia is the name of the land route traveled by the first people who entered North America from Asia.
Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre: Named for the Kwanlin Dün, the people who settled in the Yukon area.
Emerald Lake: Within striking distance of Whitehorse is Emerald Lake, a magnificent body of water that straddles the Yukon-British Columbia border.
Carcross: Carcross is one of the oldest gold rush towns in the territory, though the region was well known to the Tagish and Tlingit First Nations for generations.