Your all day Yukon adventure begins as we follow the 1898 Gold Rush Trail over the summit and on into Canada’s legendary Yukon. As your guide relates the stories of the stampeders and their trials, you’ll leave behind the coastal rainforest and enter the subarctic alpine tundra of the “Tormented” Valley – a virtual moonscape! We’ll see the White Pass Trail of ‘98, the Fantail Trail, and Summit & Fraser Lakes before passing back into the boreal forest for Lakes Tutshi and Tagish. View the historic silver mines of Conrad, Bove Island, the native village of Carcross and the Carcross Desert, affectionately known as the world’s smallest. Even though the winter snows have melted you can still enjoy summer dog sledding on our custom, wheeled training cart.
You’ll feel the thrill of being whisked along the trail through an area actually traveled by the Gold Rush Stampeders! Hear the unique and exciting stories of winter dog mushing, carouse with the playful puppies and pet the sled dogs. Fun for all ages! Included is the North’s premier educational wildlife exhibit, featuring over 100 Yukon & Ice Age animals on display, along with the world’s largest mounted polar bear! We’ll enjoy a delicious barbecue chicken lunch, too. There are plenty of photo stops along the way, so don’t forget to bring your camera, as we’ll be watching for wildlife!
Duration: 5.5 Hours
BORDER CROSSING: Passport Required.
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