Mayo, YT, Canada is a small village located on the banks of the Stewart and Mayo Rivers in the Silver Trail region of the Yukon Territories, Canada.
Top things to do, attractions, adventures and activities enjoyed in Mayo, Yukon Territories, Canada are swimming, boating, ATVing, off roading, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, flightseeing, snowmobiling, sledding and xc skiing.
The best activity and adventure destinations located in Mayo, Yukon Territories are the Trans Canada Trail, Mount Haldane, Devils Elbow Trail, Crocus Hill , Five Mile Lake, Galena Park, Stewart River and Mayo River.
Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Mayo, YT, Canada are accommodations (motels, cottages, cabins, B&Bs (bed and Breakfasts), vacation homes), campgrounds, tours, attractions, guides, restaurants, gas station, pubs, liquor store, grocery store, laundromat, post office, bank, internet services and transportation services like taxi, and a marina.
The best places for travellers to enjoy history and culture in Mayo, Yukon Territories, Canada is by visiting the Keno City Mining Museum, Binet House Interpretive Centre and heritage buildings like the Taylor & Drury Warehouse & Store, Binet Carriage, Spot Cash Cabin, Revival Hall, Churchward's Tinshop, Fisher House, Christ the King Church and the Masonic Hall.
Vehicle: The main highway in the Yukon Territories which connects to the community of Mayo, YT is Highway #2.
Air: The closest international airport is the (YXY) Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport (5 hours 20 minute drive - 406 kms). Other air transportation to the remote regions of the territory are floatplanes (Black Sheep Aviation’s float plane base), helicopter and bush planes.