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Vakantie in Yukon  -  Reisinformatie Yukon.

Een van de Canadese Territories.

Grenst in het westen aan de Amerikaanse staat Alaska, in het oosten aan de Canadese Northwest Territories en in het zuiden aan het Canadese British Columbia to the south. De noordelijke kust wordt bepaald door de Zee van Beaufort.

One of the best ways to visit the Yukon is via the beautiful Alaska Highway. The Yukon is a paradise for lovers of wildlife and wild scenery. The Kluane National Park offers unique outdoor opportunities. The city of Whitehorse is the attractive provincial capital. Visit the SS Klondike II a genuine sternwheeled paddle steamer .Dawson City has beautifully preserved buildings from the Klondike Era. Be sure to visit Diamond Tooth Gertie's Gambling Casino to recapture those heady gold rush days.

Hoofdstad van Yukon : Whitehorse.

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 Camp Canada  -  Camping / Campgrounds
Wilderness campsites | Full facility campgrounds for RVs | Quiet scenic sites | Trailer parks with all amenities for families | Camping resorts | RV parks

Hotels in Yukon

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 Westmark Hotels
Choose your lodging in these Yukon destinations: Whitehorse, Beaver Creek and Dawson City.

Nationale parken

 Kluane National Park
Kluane National Park and Reserve, which is one of a group of parks [ Kluane / Wrangell-St. Elias / Glacier Bay / Tatshenshini-Alsek ] in Canada and the United States that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. Kluane is rugged, with mountains and ice making up 82% of its surface area. Kluane is home to Canada's highest and largest mountains, the St. Elias Range.
Among Kluane's mountains are the world's largest non-polar ice fields, which continue to accumulate snow. Many valleys contain glaciers, such as the Lowell Glacier, which is about 40 miles (65 km) long. When these glaciers move, the results are spectacular. The Lowell glacier has been known to block the Alsek river resulting in large glacial lakes – the most recent, Lake Alsek, is said to have drained in two days in the mid -1800s. It's not surprising that the Lowell glacier, known as Naludi by the local native population, is the subject of many of their traditional stories.

 Parcs Canada  -  Ivvavik, Kluane Park and Reserve, Vuntut
On behalf of the people of Canada, they protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.

Reisbureau / Reisorganisatie

 BBI Travel  -  Canada
Canada aanbiedingen, Fly Drive, Camperhuur, Camper rondreizen, Hotelrondreizen, B&B rondreizen, Cabins & chalets rondreis, Cityhotels & Ministays, Sportvisreizen.

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 Frontier Travel  -  Highlights of the Yukon
In order to experience the highlights of The Yukon with a little bit of Alaska thrown in, we recommend a fabulous circle route, which can be driven by car or motorhome. Start in Whitehorse and drive north, following the gold seekers to Dawson City. Spend a night or two here; pan for gold or cruise the Yukon River. Back in the car, head west into Alaska for the day before returning to Canada to stay at Beaver Creek. You now head south down the Alaska Highway, along the edge of the stunning Kluane National Park to Haines Junction. From here you can enter the park by float plane, or on foot...
 Windows on the Wild  -  Tailored adventure holidays featuring spectacular scenery and wildlife
Algonquin Park | Snowmobiling, Sledding, and Icehotel | The Yukon | Yukon Quest

 Cedar & Canvas Adventures
Guided adventures on Yukon's rivers, lakes, mountains, and tundra : Yukon River, Teslin River, Pelly River, Big Salmon River, Aishihik and Sekulman Lakes, Snake River, Coast Mountains and Custom Trips .
 Fishing Yukon  -  Wilderness Fishing Yukon / Fly Fishing For Lake Trout & Northern Pike
Fishing in the remote lakes of Canada's Yukon Territory, the awesome wilderness, remains one of the great adventures in the last frontier. Let us fly you and your friends to one of 9 secluded lakes, 60 to 115 miles north of Whitehorse, in the Yukon River basin where with basic boating and fishing skills you can enjoy some of the best fishing in the world. These picturesque lakes, cold and clear, offer excellent fishing all summer with the peak months being June and July. Most guests catch at least one fish over 20 pounds. Our lakes have produced lake trout up to 50 pounds and Northern Pike up to 45 pounds. Three of the lakes also have Arctic Grayling up to 4 pounds. All of the lakes have Whitefish and Burbot.
Camps: Coghlan Lake, Teehnah Lake, Ken Lake, Lyn Lake, Claire Lake, Drury Lake, Mandanna Lake, Ten Mile Lake and Frank Lake.
 Muktuk Kennels & Sledge Dog Tours
Muktuk specializes in customized dog-sled tours for small groups, for rookies and for experienced mushers. Rookie Ranch is the most popular program for beginners. Mush your own team of friendly Alaskan Huskies through spectacular mountain scenery and pristine wilderness.
 Spirit of the North Guides  -  Year-round Adventures in Canada's Yukon!
Kayaking, Canoeing, Boating, Fishing, Northern Lights Viewing, Wilderness Cabin Rentals & Much More...
 Up North Adventures
Specializes in guided and self-guided canoe and kayak trips and has a wide range of high quality outdoor gear for rent to make your time in the Yukon enjoyable and to choose among a variety of activities. Be it paddling or travelling by motor boat, exploring the Whitehorse area by bike or going on a guided ATV tour, we can accommodate your needs. They also provide shuttle services for your self-guided trips across the whole Territory into NWT and even Alaska.
 Yukon Escapes
Yukon owned and operated guiding company offering trips for all seasons, skill levels and budgets. We provide unique snowmobile, ATV, zodiac, power boat and jet boat tours. Their experienced guides can accompany you on snowmobile to the Yukon's best ice fishing, where you will angle for Arctic Char and Lake Trout.
 Yukon Horsepacking Adventures
Come and enjoy a horseback ride through the scenic country around Fox Lake or Lake Laberge, just a short drive north of Whitehorse. The legendary Midnight Sun provides not only long days, but a type of light that photographers dream of.

Reisgidsen Yukon / Reisliteratuur over Yukon

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 Reisgids Alaska en Canadees Yukon
Alaska, onontgonnen, fascinerend en adembenemend. Deze gids toont je alle historische en toeristische hoogtepunten van deze 49ste staat van de VS.
- Van de legendarische Top of the World Highway, die slechts enkele weken in de zomer berijdbaar is, over de goudvelden van Klondike tot het nationale park Denali, het toeristische brandpunt van de staat.
- Twee extra routes geven je de mogelijkheid om dit onbekende gebied volledig te verkennen.
- Met achtergrondinformatie over o.a. de tradities van de oorspronkelijke bewoners, de tijd van de goudkoorts ... en een apart hoofdstuk met alle wetenswaardigheden voor de reisvoorbereiding
Lannoo blauwe reisgids; 346 Blz.; 2009; ISBN 9789020982350
 Reisgids Yukon - Canada
Bradt; 264 Blz.; 2010; ISBN 9781841623108
 Wandelgids - Wandelroutes Bergwandelen in British Columbia, Yukon en Alaska
Gottmer / Dominicus; 364 Blz.; Frans Maas; 2005; ISBN 9025737773

 The Yukon & Northwest Territories
Paperback: 60 pages; Publisher: Avalon Travel Publishing (May 25, 2010); ISBN-10: 159880555X; ISBN-13: 978-1598805550.

Vervoer / Hoe kom ik in Yukon

 Luchthaven van Whitehorse  -  Yukon Airports and Aerodromes

 NAV Canada
Flight Operations [ Aviation Weather Web Site, Register to File a Flight Plan Over the Internet [PDF], NOTAM, Aeronautical Information Products, Operations Report, ANS Programs, Local Area Weather Manuals and more ]

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 Vliegtickets - goedkoop vliegen naar Yukon
Diverse aanbieders / prijsvergelijking.

 Weather Office Canada  -  het weer in Yukon


naar begin pagina Yukon WorldWeb Travel Guide
This travel and tourism guide for Yukon, featuring hotels, maps, events, shopping, tours, attractions and more, will help you plan a successful visit to the territory of the Yukon, Northern Canada, Canada.

 Tour Yukon  -  Canada's True North Tourist Board

 Government Province of Yukon

 Visit Whitehorse  -  Tourist Board Whitehorse City

Whitehorse City  -  Capital City Yukon

 Beaver Creek
On the Alaska-Yukon border, it is Canada's westernmost community.
 Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay
Along the western shore of Kluane Lake, the largest lake in the Yukon, are two of the Territory's smaller communities, Burwash Landing and Destruction Bay. The communities are located in the Shakwak valley, on the perimeter of Kluane National Park and the Tachal Region.
Burwash Landing is the home of the Kluane First Nation. Southern Tutchone people have inhabited the Kluane area for countless generations. The current site of Burwash Landing was a traditional summer camp location.
 Carcross and Tagish
At the northern tip of Bennett Lake, on the old Klondike Gold Rush trail, lies the village of Carcross. Once a hunting and fishing camp for Inland Tlingit and Tagish people, Carcross became a key stopover and supply centre during the Klondike Gold Rush. Tagish attracts tourists and cottage owners from Whitehorse.
Carmacks is located at the confluence of the Yukon and Nordenskiold rivers. Originally, the Carmacks area was part of the hunting and fishing territory of the Northern Tutchone people. The site of Carmacks was an important trading stop on the river trade routes of the Coastal Tlingit and the Northern and Interior Athapaskan. During the Klondike Gold Rush, the site became a stop on the way to Dawson
 Dawson City  -  Dawson City [ Klondike Visitors Association ]
The second largest is Dawson City, which was the capital until 1952
 Faro  -  Town of Faro  -  the Town of Faro is an excellent place to view the Northern Lights
The Town of Faro is tucked away in a mountainous setting in the Tintina Valley, in the overwhelming wilderness of the Campbell Region between the Hess Mountains and the Pelly Mountains, in the Central-South Eastern Region of Yukon Territory.
Faro is an ideal base for wildlife viewing as it is situated in one of the most densely concentrated wildlife areas in North America.
 Haines Junction
Set against the spectacular backdrop of Canada's highest mountains, Haines Junction is a popular holiday destination for Yukoners as well as tourists. It is located on an early trade route used by the Coastal Tlingit and Chilkat peoples. Haines Junction is best known as the access point to Kluane National Park and Reserve.
 Keno City  -  Keno City
The Keno City area ranks with Dawson City in its rich and varied history of mining activity, predating that of the 1898 Gold Rush. For many years the region was the 2nd largest silver producer in North America, and the 4th largest in the world.
 Marsh Lake, waar de rivier de Yukon begint  -  see Exceptional Places
A scenic 35-minute drive (55km) from Whitehorse. One of the best places in the world to view the aurora borealis.
The crystal clear waters of Marsh Lake, spectacular mountain views, pristine forests, as well as an abundance of sledding and skiing trails provide opportunities for all. Historically, the area was a major transportation route for the Klondike Goldrush of 1898.
 Mayo  -  Village of Mayo
Located in the central part of the Yukon Territory. Our area, which is in the Na Cho Nyak Dun traditional territory, is marked on tourist maps as "The Silver Trail". The highway serving our region -- also called the Silver Trail -- connects the communities of Stewart Crossing, Mayo, Keno City, and the mining ghost town of Elsa.
 Mount Lorne  -  Hamlet of Mount Lorne
Located south of Whitehorse, the Hamlet of Mount Lorne extends from just south of the junction of the Alaska and Klondike Highways to south of Bear Creek, and down the Annie Lake road to the Weaton River bridge.
 Old Crow
Old Crow is the most northerly community in the Yukon, and the only community that can't be reached by road . In some years a temporary winter road is constructed. Old Crow is located on the banks of the Porcupine River, north of the Arctic Circle about 800 kilometres north of Whitehorse. It is the home of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.
 Pelly Crossing
Originally, Pelly Crossing was used by Selkirk people as a campsite along the way to Ta'Tla Mun. The community of Pelly Crossing is located along the Klondike Highway and on the bank of the Pelly River, 282 kilometres northwest of Whitehorse and 254 km southeast of Dawson City.
 Ross River  -  zie Ross River
Originally, First Nations people used the site as a seasonal camp and gathering place.
Located on Teslin Lake at the mouth of the Nisutlin River. During the Klondike Gold Rush, it was one of the waterways used to reach the Yukon River.
The First Nation people of the Teslin area are the Inland Tlingit, or the Dakh-ka Tlingit. The Tlingit people have traveled through this area for centuries. Famous as traders, the Tlingit came from Alaska in search of furs for trading, and some settled in the Teslin area. Teslin Lake was an important fishing area for First Nations.
 Watson Lake  -  Town of Watson Lake - Gateway to the Yukon
Located in the southeastern corner of the Territory, just 14 km from where the Alaska Highway crosses the British Columbia border. Watson Lake is a key transportation hub. It sits at the junction of the Alaska Highway, the Robert Campbell Highway to the central Yukon and the Northwest Territories, and the Stewart-Cassiar Highway from central British Columbia.
Watson Lake lies within the traditional territory of the Liard First Nation, part of the Kaska Tribal Council.

 Mount Logan  -  op een na hoogste berg in Noord-Amerika
Het hoogste punt van Canada, Mount Logan (5959 m), is in het zuidwesten van Yukon te vinden. Height aside, Logan is one of the most massive mountains in the world. Its many cliff faces, well over 10,000 feet, rise to an immense ten-mile summit crest of high peaks and saddles. The summit crest spills giant heavily crevassed glaciers for miles over the surrounding valleys.
 White Pass & Yukon narrow gauge railway [ smalsporrlijn ]
 Whitehorse Daily Star  - dagblad in Yukon / nieuws uit Yukon
 Yukon News  -  Yukon's leidende nieuwsbron
 Yukon River Quest
The Yukon River Quest is the longest endurance marathon canoe & kayak race in the world!! Where else could you paddle 24 hours a day?
 Yukon Quest
At the Top of the World, in the Yukon-Alaskan Interior, an epic event takes place every year that few people from "down south" have experienced. Covering 1000 miles between Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and Fairbanks, Alaska during the depths of the Arctic winter, the Yukon Quest is the "Toughest Sled Dog Race in the World."
The Yukon Quest Trail follows historic Gold Rush and Mail Delivery routes from the turn of the 20th Century. Once a travel highway of the Northern frontier, the trail comes alive each February with the breath of hundreds of sled dogs. Teams of one human 'musher' and 14 canine athletes, travel for two weeks, racing through some of the last pristine wilderness remaining in North America.


The territory's historical major industry is mining, including lead, zinc, silver, gold, and copper. Indeed, the territory owes its existence to the famous Klondike gold rush of the 1890s.

 Yukons History  -  Wikipedia
 Canadian Heritage Rivers System  -  Canada's national river conservation program
Canada is a land of rivers. White ribbons cascading through endless boreal forest. Silver ribbons sliding down broad, glacier-carved valleys. Meandering muddy rivers sweeping across the prairies. Ribbons of green linking a labyrinth of lakes, ponds and bogs on the Canadian Shield. Sparkling brooks cascading to the ocean. Rivers are everywhere imprinted on the Canadian landscape – and in the hearts and minds of its people.
See The Thirty Mile, a section of the Yukon River between Lake Laberge and the Teslin River, is a rich hunting and fishing area for its original inhabitants, the Ta'an Kwach'an (People of the Flat Lake Place).
 Klondike gold rush of the 1890s  -  zie Wikipedia
On August 16, 1896, rich placer gold deposits were discovered by George Carmack in Bonanza (Rabbit) Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River near Dawson. News reached the United States on July 17, 1897 when the first successful prospectors arrived in Seattle, and within a month the Klondike stampede had begun.
 Hudson's Bay Company  -  zie Hudson's Bay Company Archives

Muziek & Cultuur

 Yukon Books
Your online source for books, maps, and guides about the Yukon, Alaska and Canada's North.
 Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous


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