Faro, YT, Canada is a is a small community located on the banks of the Pelly River in Central Yukon Territories, Canada. Faro is a wilderness outdoor recreation destination and enjoys one of the highest populations of wildlife in the Yukon. To the north are the Hess Mountains and to the south are the Pelly Mountains. Mountains nearby include Sheep Mountain, Faro Peak and Mount Mye.
Top things to do, attractions, adventures and activities enjoyed in Faro, Yukon Territories, Canada are hiking, backpacking, canoeing, golfing, fishing, kayaking, wildlife watching, mountain biking, birding (birdwatching), Northern Lights, xc skiing, ice fishing and snowmobiling.
The best activity and adventure destinations located in Faro, Yukon Territories are Fisheye Lake, Van Gorder Trail, Black Powder Lake, Cousins Lake, Faro Arboretum, Moose Lake, Mount Mye Sheep Centre, Sheep Mountain Lookout and Cub Lake.
Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Faro, YT, Canada are accommodations (motels, B&Bs (bed and Breakfasts), campgrounds, tours, attractions, guides, restaurants, gas station, pubs, liquor store, grocery store, laundromat, post office, bank, internet services and transportation services including taxi.
Vehicle: The main highway in the Yukon Territories which connects to the community of Faro, YT is Highway #4.
Air: The closest international airport is the (YXY) Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (4 hours 48 minute drive - 359 kms).