Finally, everything you need to know for a wild time in the Yukon Territory Canada.

Our YukonEH.com Travel and Tourism Website is online. It is a resource for adventures, activities, highways, communities, tours, guides, accommodations and so much more. There are hundreds of parks and trails, heritage sites, lakes and rivers documented.

The Yukon is the land of the midnight sun during the summer months and Northern Lights during the winter months. The YukonEH.com includes information about everything and anything under the sun. Every community is listed like Whitehorse, Dawson City, Watson Lake, Carcross, Haines Junction, Faro and others.

Researching the Yukon was a life long dream. Novels like “The Call of the Wild” and “White Fang” painted pictures in my mind of harsh wilderness living with plenty of wildlife.

So you can imagine the excitement when I visited the cabin of the author of the famed novels – the Jack London cabin in Dawson City.  Everything about the Yukon seemed so romantic in a “Davey Crockett” sort of way.

To my surprise there was another heritage cabin in Dawson City, Yukon. It belonged to Robert Service (main photo). He wrote some pretty famous poems. You might of heard of them – “The Cremation of Sam McGee”, “The Shooting of Dan McGrew” and the “Ballad of Blasphemous Bill.”

So on our Yukon research road trip we took our time and tried to make notes, take pictures, shoot video and collect facts about everything, well almost everything.

The YukonEH.com Photo Gallery is a collection of our stories. There are over 550 photos. Many of heritage sites, lakes, rivers and wildlife. Big on wildlife photos so we take them when we can get them. There are photos of  grizzly bears, black bears, caribou, Dell sheep, moose and others. Some of the best photos are of lakes, rivers, sunsets and viewpoints.

Enjoy.. let us know what you think too EH!

Be well, Be active

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