Hiking Trails | Credit: Arctic Range
Yukon Peaks & Canyons
Hiking Trails | Credit: Arctic Range
Kathleen Lake | Credit: Arctic Range
Wildwater Rafting at Tatshenshini River | Credit: Arctic Range
Foothills of Kluane National Park | Credit: Arctic Range
Alaska Highway | Credit: Arctic Range
Lake Reflection | Credit: Arctic Range
Climbing Mountain Sheeps | Credit: Arctic Range
Glacier with Lake | Credit: Arctic Range
Rock Glacier | Credit: Arctic Range
Slim River | Credit: Arctic Range

Yukon Peaks & Canyons (Tour code: 13107)

Starts and Ends
in Whitehorse
Travel Periods
03 Jun 24 - 12 Aug 24
Travel Style
Escorted Group Tour
Explore the untamed Yukon! Embark on an exciting adventure that includes trekking along the most breathtaking paths in the Southern Lakes and Kluane National Park, as well as navigating the awe-inspiring Tatshenshini River via rafting.


Experience an exciting rafting adventure through the Tatshenshini River

Visit the Carcross desert, the smallest desert in the world

Expert local guidance throughout the entire trip

Explore hiking trails in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kluane National Park and Reserve

7 days
AUD 4,275
per person, twin share
Travelling with kids? Read more 
All services are subject to availability.


On the initial hiking excursion, you will be treated to scenic trails that offer sweeping vistas of the majestic Southern Lakes. In the subsequent days, you will be immersed in the exploration of hiking routes within Kluane National Park and Reserve, a hidden gem of natural wonders in Canada.

Kluane is part of the Kluane/Wrangell-St. Elias/Glacier Bay/Tatshenshini-Alsek UNESCO World Heritage Site, spanning both Canada and the United States. This area boasts the largest non-polar icefield and houses some of the world’s longest and most spectacular glaciers. Kluane offers 25+ hiking trails, ranging from moraine to rugged mountains, glaciers, and alpine plateaus, each with varying levels of difficulty.

More than 2,000 glaciers, some over a kilometer thick, grace this region. Approximately 4 percent of them surge, meaning water forms between rock and ice, allowing the glacier to move more than a mile in a month. Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan (19,551 feet), is situated in the heart of the park. Accessible mainly by foot, Kluane National Park provides an authentic wilderness experience. To truly immerse in Kluane National Park, hiking is essential. The Tatshenshini River winds through beautiful landscapes on the outskirts of the park, offering a thrilling day of rafting.


2 nights accommodation in Whitehorse
4 nights accommodation in Haines Junction
Return Whitehorse Airport transfers
Expert guide on the entire trip
Overland transportation
Hiking at Southern Lakes
Multiple days hiking at Kluane National Park
Full day rafting on Tatshenshini River

Day 1 Whitehorse

From the airport, you are driven to your hotel located in the center of Whitehorse. Whitehorse is small and easy to explore on foot. You will meet your fellow travellers and your guide will review the itinerary at a group meeting this afternoon. The evening is free to explore the city and do any last minute shopping.

Overnight in a Whitehorse hotel.


Day 2 Carcross & Southern Lakes

Starting in Whitehorse, you'll first stop at the beautiful ‘Miles Canyon’ with its famous suspension bridge. Continuing on the South Klondike Highway, the mountains rise as you approach Carcross and the Southern Lakes region, renowned as a photographer’s paradise. Visit the world's smallest desert - the Carcross desert - and explore Carcross, a charming lakeshore village steeped in First Nations and gold-rush history. On a beginner-level hiking tour along scenic trails, you'll overlook the grand Southern Lakes, now the final stop for the White Pass Railway. Don't miss the chance to admire Emerald Lake, known as "Rainbow Lake" by the locals due to its sensational coloration.

Overnight in a Whitehorse hotel.

Carcross & Southern Lakes
Carcross Yukon

Day 3 Haines Junction & Kluane National Park

Today, head out to Kluane National Park and begin your visit at the DaKu Visitor Information Centre, featuring interpretive displays and an audio-visual presentation. A hidden gem in Kluane National Park, the Spruce Beetle Trail offers an interpretive hike with a rewarding view of Kluane’s Glaciers. Depending on passengers' interest, Arctic Range can also arrange a spectacular bush plane flight over the immense glaciers of the park (optional). This adventure over a virtually pristine wilderness is especially spectacular on clear days.

Overnight in Haines Junction.

Haines Junction & Kluane National Park
Haines Junction | Credit: Arctic Range

Day 4 Kluane National Park

Towering over Kathleen Lake, King’s Throne is one of the park's iconic mountains, reaching an impressive 1,990 meters above sea level. Initially, the trail follows an old mining road along the south side of Kathleen Lake. At the mountain's base, the trail ascends through a forested area. Reaching the 'saddle' offers the first rewarding views overlooking Kathleen Lake and the open foothills at the edge of Kluane National Park. The trail continues along the ridge of the saddle, reaching the peak with a breathtaking view of the park.

Overnight in Haines Junction.

Kluane National Park
Kathleen Lake | Credit: Arctic Range

Day 5 Kluane National Park

The area surrounding Kluane Lake is known for its stunning vistas and provides an inspiring backdrop for a full-day hike along Sheep Creek. The trail follows the Slim River Valley before ascending Sheep Mountain, offering views into the Slim River Valley and culminating at the foot of Kaskawulsh Glacier. Alongside Sheep Mountain, we might spot herds of Dall Sheep roaming the area.

Overnight in Haines Junction.

Kluane National Park
Slim River Valley | Credit: Arctic Range

Day 6 Upper Tatshenshini River

Continue on Haines Road towards Tatshenshini Alsek Provincial Park. Once you reach the Tatshenshini River, embark on an adventurous day of rafting through the breathtaking canyons at the foot of Kluane National Park. The Tatshenshini is suitable for the whole family, offering an exciting class III/IV river experience amid beautiful landscapes.

Overnight in Haines Junction.

Upper Tatshenshini River

Day 7 Whitehorse

Your Yukon experience comes to an end this morning, with an included transfer to Whitehorse airport.

Additional information

Official language
French & English
Local currency
Canadian Dollars

2024 Departures

  • June - 3, 24
  • July - 15
  • August - 12

Tour information

  • 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.
  • Departure dates are not guaranteed and rely on minimum passenger numbers to operate. Please contact our dedicated sales team to enquire on passenger numbers for your requested departure date. 
  • Tour operate on a multi-lingual basis (English & German).
  • Tour group size can be between 4 to 16 passengers.


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  • Tips or gratuities to guides, drivers, porters, hotel, restaurant or boat staff, etc.
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