Carmacks, YT, Canada is a small village located on the banks of the Stewart and Yukon Rivers in the Klondike Region of the Yukon Territories, Canada.
Top things to do, attractions, adventures and activities enjoyed in Carmacks, Yukon Territories, Canada are kayaking, canoeing, boating, backpacking, fishing, mountain biking, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
The best, some would say free, activity and adventure destinations located in Carmacks, Yukon Territories are the Riverfront Boardwalk Trail, Coal Mine Lake Trail, and Frenchman Lake.
Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Carmacks, YT, Canada are accommodations (hotel, vacation home), campgrounds, attractions, restaurants, gift store, and internet service.
Carmacks was once a destination on the Overland Trail for miners when traveling from Whitehorse to Dawson City. Later.. during the Klondike Gold Rush, Carmacks was a gas station on the Yukon River servicing a fleet of sternwheelers (riverboats).
The best places for travelers to enjoy history and culture in Carmacks, Yukon Territories, Canada is at the Tage Cho Hudan First Nation Centre, and local heritage sites including the Telegraph Station, Walker's Cabin, Montague Roadhouse, Joe Britton Cabin, Coal Cars, Carmacks Roadhouse, White Pass & Yukon Route Stable, Hazel Brown Cabin and the Minto Barracks.
Vehicle: The main highways in the Yukon Territories which connect to the community of Carmacks, YT are Highway 2, and Highway 4 .
Air: The closest international airport is the (YXY) Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (2 hours 16 minute drive - 1227 kms). Other air transportation to the remote regions of the territory are floatplanes and bush planes.