The Yukon is one the most spectacular places on the planet. Kluane National Park and Reserve includes Mount Logan, Canada’s highest peak, as well as glaciers, trails and multiple lakes and rivers. If summer or winter, it is the perfect destination for any outdoor adventure tours and activities as well as for any adventurer, seeking untouched wilderness, soaring mountains and picturesque landscapes.
We believe that having a guide enriches the experience of every traveler coming to the Yukon, wanting to explore hiking trails and mountains, lakes and wildlife and maybe even learn something about the history of Canada’s North. Therefore we offer a range of guided full and half day tours as well activities. Our experienced guides are happy to tailor each tour to your abilities and show you the beauty and secrets of the region
…is typically warm and dry. It has long hours of daylight known as the midnight sun. Long days mean lots of wildlife activities that one can witness. Join us on a 4×4 Wildlife tour, spot diverse species of wild birds as well as larger animals, such as moose and bears, that mostly can be seen foraging around rivers for fresh greens. Enjoy endless hiking and backpacking trails or discover the Kluane National Park area from the water. Spend a day out fishing or canoeing on one of Yukon’s crystal clear glacier fed lakes.
Guided Hiking Tours
The Yukon is a hiker’s dream come true. Discover hidden lakes, follow rivers and canyons, and hike up to unforgettable panoramic views. With countless trails, there’s hiking for every length and every skill level.
Rafting the Dezadeash River
Come and get away from the hustle and bustle, join us for a 2.5 -3 hours rafting trip on the swift flowing river named Dezadeash. This trip is suitable for all family members and all fitness levels.
Pine Lake Canoe Tour
Our Pine Lake tour is suited for beginner to intermediate paddlers as you explore the pristine waters of this glacier lake. Practice your strokes, travel along the edge of the lake and spot wildlife or relax and listen to the sounds of the wilderness.
Yukon remains one of the great fishing adventures in North America’s last frontier. Twenty-seven freshwater species can be found in Yukon waters including arctic grayling, northern pike, whitefish and lake trout. Our experienced guides will share the features of the different species, as well as the best gear and techniques to catch the big one!
4×4 Alsek Valley Wilderness Tour
80% of the Yukon is wilderness. No surprise that the Yukon is always your best bet for seeing wildlife. Watch out for bears, moose, sheep, goats and more along the way or combine your 4×4 Wilderness tour with a hike.
Explore Kluane By Car
Journey through the Kluane region visiting national park and community facilities and attractions.
… the longest season, may be dark, cold and snowy, but you’ll soon find out why that makes Yukon winters all the better. Where else can you find all the fun winter activities in one spot? Find yourself mush across frozen lakes, go on a dogsledding or snowmobiling tour, discover the mountains while snowshoeing or go on a ice-fishing trip, learning about the gear and techniques how to catch the big one. The long, dark months are also the perfect ingredients for one of the most amazing, natural phenomena of the world: the aurora borealis, the northern lights.
Snowshoeing is a lot like hiking but allows you to venture into uncharted territory and discover beauty hidden in every direction. The greater Kluane National Park area offers numerous possibilities for half or a full day hikes.
Live the Yukon adventure and join us on a dogsledding tour. Mushing the frozen lakes with a dog team is one of the best Yukon winter experiences.