The Jack London Cabin and Interpretive Centre is a historic site in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Jack London, the tenant of the cabin, was a famous American writer who visited the Yukon during the Klondike Gold Rush.
The Discovery Claim is a historical mining stake located on Bonanza Creek in the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. The significance of the claim is monumental as it was the mining claim that started the Klondike Gold Rush in the early 1900s.
The Crocus Bluff Nature Trail is a sightseeing interpretive trail leading to a wooden viewing platform in the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. The trail is an easy-grade, level hiking route exploring along a bluff located high above the community.
Dredge 4 is a Historic Site of Canada attraction located in the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. For over 60 years, the rivers and creeks of the Yukon Territory were crawling with large monster machines in search of gold.
The Klondyke Millennium Trail is a community recreation trail located in the heart of the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. The sightseeing route follows Front Street and the banks of the Yukon River right into the core centre of the community.
The Ridge Road Heritage Trail is a recreation route located in Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. The trail was built during the Klondike Gold Rush and it was the first wagon road built by the Yukon Government.
The Midnight Dome Lookout is a sightseeing destination high above the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. It is called the Midnight Dome because for decades people have gathered on the top of the hill to watch the midnight sun and the changing colors of the night sky.
Today.. the Robert Service Cabin has been restored as a heritage site. It is a popular self guided attraction in the heart of Dawson City. Inside the log cabin there are historic artifacts from his time in the Yukon like a writing desk, writing materials, tools, oil lamps, wood stove, telephone...
The wilderness park is 285 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle and is best accessed from the Dempster Highway. In the Tombstone Park some of the activities enjoyed include hiking, canoeing, fishing, sightseeing, picnicking, camping and wilderness backpacking.
The 200 foot tall Fire Tower Lookout is located on a long gravel road leading deep into the mountains near the community of Dawson City, Yukon Territories, Canada. The tower is situated at 4000 feet of Jubilee Mountain.