Known as the Wilderness City, Whitehorse is a vibrant community on the banks of the Yukon River. From outdoor activities to festivals, art galleries to fantastic food, this northern capital has a great deal to offer.
For travel between 17 September - 14 December 2015, and 7 January - 4 April 2016.
Single and triple supplements available.
Three-day advance booking required.
Pricing subject to change without notice.
All hotels offer complimentary transfer between the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport and the hotel, except Inn on the Lake (transfer available for a fee of $55 + GST, one-way per person).
Spend a night gazing at the spectacular northern lights from an amazing location outside the city. A heated, cozy cabin or wall tent is available for your comfort, along with hot drinks and snacks. Operated by Northern Tales.
$132 including tax, per person. Available until 4 April 2016, weather and conditions permitting. Due to flight arrival times, add-on may only be available on second night of stay. Includes transport between accommodation and viewing location.
Takhini Express Half-Day Dogsledding Adventure
An unforgettable and exhilarating experience awaits you as you go dogsledding with your own team of four to six friendly huskies and a well-trained guide. Includes a Taste of Yukon lunch after the run.
$230 including tax, per person. Available until 4 April 2016, weather and conditions permitting. Afternoon departure available (does not include lunch). Transportation is included.
Our Favourite Events
Available Light Film Festival February 7 - 14, 2016
Canada’s largest feature film festival North of 60 now features live performances in addition to screenings of the world’s best films, documentaries, and more. Media and industry workshops are also offered.
Starting this year in Fairbanks, Alaska, the Yukon Quest is an incredible 1,000 mile race between Fairbanks and Whitehorse. Witness the excitement at the finish line in Whitehorse on or around the 19th of February.
The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous festival offers everything from axe throwing to hairy leg contests, Can-Can dancing to snow carving. It’s consistently rated as one of the best winter festivals in Canada.