Emerald Lake is a sightseeing destination located north of the community of Carcross. The lookout point provides many who travel the highway with an opportunity to enjoy some great views of a turquoise-green lake and some mountain ranges.
The one-way 1.5 kilometre trail leading to the waterfall explores mountain ridges, a forest, a creek valley and a rocky cliff. It is when you reach the edge of the cliff and the canyon that you will find a wooden viewing deck looking out over a waterfall.
Located on the Alaska Highway near Haines Junction, Yukon Territory, Canada. The small lake is best known as a campground destination and as a day use recreation park for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, picnicking and swimming.
Sheep Mountain is a popular recreation destination in the Kluane National Park and Reserve located near the community of Haines Junction, Yukon Territories, Canada popular for hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping, horseback riding and wildlife watching.
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 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.
Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park is located east of the community of Watson Lake, Yukon Territory on the British Columbia side of the Alaska Highway. The park features a campground, wildlife sightings and two natural hot springs. Together they are the largest hot springs in Canada!
Carcross Footbridge in Carcross is a raised wooden footbridge that crosses Bennett Lake and the mouth of the Natasaheenie River. The footbridge and a railway crossing bridge, together, form a loop walking path.
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 walkway follows a boardwalk path providing great views of the river, as well as, connects to some historic sites and lookout points. It is referred by some as the Carmacks Historical Buildings Walking Tour.
The Sign Post Forest was established in 1942. The forest was a simple idea created by a soldier who was visiting from Danville Illinois, USA named Carl Lindley. Carl was assigned to Watson Lake during the construction of the Alaska Highway.