Yukon Accommodations

The Yukon. Just saying the name conjures up images of the far north, expeditions, gold rushes and wide open spaces. With British Columbia to the south, Alaska to the west, the Beauport Sea to the north and the Northwest Territories to the east, you can expect the Yukon to have diverse regions.

Travel In The Yukon has accommodations listings that help you find the best Yukon hotel, resort, cabin, bed and breakfast or RV/campgrounds. Whitehorse is the capital and has a full service airport.

Travel In The Yukon has an articles section that has practical information for your Yukon expedition. Make sure to add your own Yukon travel essay!

Whitehorse

Famous for its Gold Rush history, Whitehorse will let you experience the wildlife and ice age history of the north.


Dawson City

Dawson City evokes the romance of the North: Jack London and Robert Service. Learn all about the 1896 Gold Rush.


Watson Lake

This 'Canadian Gateway to the Yukon' has everything from the Northern Lights to a forest of 42,000 signposts.

Southern Lakes

The Southern Lakes region includes Carcross, Marsh Lake, Mount Lorne, Taglish, and Teslin.


Kluane

Kluane National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts spectacular geological and wildlife viewing.


Campbell

Featuring Faro and Ross River, this region is focused on eco tourism and festivals like the Farrago Music Festival.

Silver Trail

The Silver Trail connects the towns of Elsa, Keno City, Mayo, and Stewart Crossing and is named after the Yukon's "other mineral rush"


Klondike

This region commenorates Klondike Gold Rush (1897-98) and includes related National Historic Sites, including the S.S. Klondike.


Northern Yukon

With Dawson City in the south and Old Crow, above the Artic Circle, this region allows for biking, skiing, canoeing, rafting, snowshoeing and more.