Whitehorse & Yukon
It’s the spectacular and mystical Northern Lights and viewings such as the one above are common in the Yukon. Northern Lights viewing activities take place outside. A heated, cozy cabin or wall tent is available for your comfort.
Experience the iciest and the grandest holiday in Yukon! Cure your winter blues with exciting dog sled tours, snow-shoe hike through the ice fields and the mythic forests of Kluane National Park or enjoy the warm pools of Takhini Hot Springs.
Whitehorse is a must-stop for those driving the Alaska Highway and the first taste and capital of the Yukon!
When to visit
During Summer, June, July and August, there are festivals, sports events, and outdoor adventures every weekend.
For those who want to brave the winter, February offers an array of festivals and a thousand-mile dogsled race, the Yukon Quest.
The best time to view the Aurora is from late August to mid-April.