Parks and Trails in the Yukon Territory

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Klondike Region Parks

Best Dawson City and Carmacks, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Kluane Region Parks

Best Haines Junction, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Robert Campbell Region Parks

Best Faro and Ross River, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Silver Trail Region Parks

Best Keno City and Mayo, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Southern Lakes Region Parks

Best Carcross, Teslin and Tagish, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Watson Lake Region Parks

Best Watson Lake, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.

Whitehorse Region Parks

Best Whitehorse, Yukon Territories, Canada parks, trails, historic sites, beaches, and places published by Canadian Travel Influencers.
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Mount Mye Sheep Centre near Faro, Yukon Territories, Robert Campbell Region, Canada is an interpretive centre located in the wilderness forests situated in the back country near the community of Faro. The interpretive centre is a hiking, sightseeing destination and educational centre...
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Blind Creek Road
Faro
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The park is a day use area visited for outdoor activities like canoeing, fishing, swimming, birdwatching and picnicking. The lake and day use area enjoy a good selection of amenities for such a small park. Some of the amenities include a boat launch, picnic tables, fire pit, change rooms, pit toilet
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Faro
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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.
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Firth Street
Dawson City
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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.
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Dempster Highway
Dawson City
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The Sheep Mountain Lookout adventure consists of a short walking trail and a wooden viewing platform. Stairs from the trail lead up onto the elevated viewing deck. On the viewing platform are benches for seating. Views are far reaching and it is very wise to bring along some binoculars.
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Blind Creek Road
Faro
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Highlights at Miles Canyon include a suspension bridge, the Yukon River, a comprehensive trail system, a historic gold mining town and basalt cliffs colored in a strange orange lichen. There are opportunities to view riverboat cruises , Yukon rapids, and wildlife.
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Whitehorse
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The second section to this historic driving route travels 539 kilometres (335 miles) from Fort Nelson, BC to Watson Lake in the Yukon Territories.
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Alaska Highway 97
Fort Nelson
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George Johnstone Trail in Teslin, Southern Lakes, Yukon Territories, Canada is a tribute recreation trail located in the village of Teslin. The trail is a year round recreation destination used by hikers, bikers and cross country skiers.
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Alaska Highway
Teslin
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Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site is a 53 kilometre long hiking trail spanning from Skagway, Alaska, USA to Carcross, Yukon Territory, Canada. The historic hiking route was a major transportation route used by miners during the Yukon Gold Rush.
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South Klondike Highway
Carcross
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The Wye Lake Park is a recreation destination located in the heart of the community of Watson Lake in the Yukon Territory, Canada. The 26 hectare community park is a day use area visited regularly as an activity destination.
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Watson Lake
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Schwatka Lake is a popular destination for fishing, boating, canoeing, boat cruises, sightseeing, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, swimming and birding. The lake falls within the migratory path of many birds and is home to deer and beaver wildlife sightings.
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Whitehorse
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The most visited destination in the park is Summit Lake. The lake is a popular stop for travelers who are exploring the Alaska Highway as there is a campground, boat launch, pit toilets, picnic tables and many hiking trails.
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Fort Nelson
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Hidden Lakes is a recreation destination located in the community of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. Picnic tables nearby, viewing benches, pit toilets, trail map and many interpretive signs. However, camping and fires are not permitted in or around the Hidden Lakes site.
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Whitehorse
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The SS Keno is a Historic Site of Canada. During the summer months in Dawson City there are interpretive tours. The tours are hosted by actors dressed in attire from the Klondike Gold Rush era.
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King Street
Dawson City
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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.
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Haines Junction
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