Experience the Yukon (Winter)

Tour Description



Price per Adult

Start Building


  • Guided Food Tour
  • Entry into the MacBride Museum
  • Entry into the Beringia Interpretive Centre
  • Ice fishing license and tour
  • Dog sledding tour
  • Snowmobiling tour
  • Guided tour through the Yukon Wildlife Preserve
  • Entry into the Eclipse Nordic Hot Springs with towel and robe rental
  • Northern lights / Aurora borealis viewing tour
  • Snowshoe rental and tour
  • Various sightseeing opportunities
  • 7 nights accommodation in Whitehorse
  • All taxes

Top Sites

  • Townsite: Whitehorse
  • Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre
  • McBride Museum
  • Beringia Interpretive Centre
  • Yukon Wildlife Preserve
  • Fish Lakes
  • Natural areas surrounding Whitehorse


  • Best Western Gold Rush Inn, or
  • The Edgewater Whitehorse

Postcard Views

Suggested Itinerary

  • Day 1: Travel to Whitehorse

    Welcome to the Yukon! Whitehorse makes the perfect base for exploring. It’s a city that blends First Nations culture, gold rush history and an energetic, creative vibe with a stunning wilderness backdrop. Overnight at your Whitehorse accommodation, your majestic mountain home for the week! Once you get situated and cleaned up, take part in a food tour. This locally guided walking tour will introduce you to the Yukon’s culinary landscape and teach you about the history and culture of the city.
    If you are looking to grab a drink then visit the Dirty Northern. This is a cozy neighborhood pub that offers a variety of craft beers, cocktails, mocktails, wines and bubbly beverages.

    (additional charge)

    Upgrade your accommodations to include premium or kitchenette rooms for additional amenities.
  • Day 2: Explore Whitehorse

    Kick off your first full day in town by going to the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. This award-winning building celebrates the heritage, culture, and contemporary way of life of our Kwanlin Dün citizens. Then wander along the riverside trail to the MacBride Museum and uncover the Yukon’s history before you wrap up your educational day at the Beringia Interpretive Centre. Here you can come face to face with a woolly mammoth and learn more about how the land that bridged what is now Russia, USA, and Canada.
    The artists’ co-op, Yukon Artists @ Work, was named one of the top 10 hidden gems in Canada by TripAdvisor and is a great place to find unique fine art pieces.

    (additional charge)

    Whitehorse is surrounded by natural beauty and a lengthy history. Include a half day cross country ski tour around Miles Canyon, which once was the main travel route in the Gold Rush. You can get exercise AND travel back in time!
  • Day 3: Ice Fishing In the North

    Put on your layers and head out onto the ice for a few hours of fishing fun! Not only does the Yukon have some of the best fishing in Canada, but it also offers visitors the chance to experience the pristine natural environment. No fishing license, no problem! Upon arrival at the lake, you will fill out your one-day fishing license and our guide will explain the basics of ice fishing and give participants the opportunity to drill their own ice fishing hole with an ice auger. With that done, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy a beautiful winter’s day while waiting for the fish to bite. On colder winter days, passengers will have the option to warm up in a custom-built ice fishing hut around a cozy wood stove.
    If you are looking for a warm beverage or a delectable dessert, then visit Baked Café. This artsy, industrial-chic coffeehouse on main street provides a warm venue to grab a fresh brewed beverage, or a flaky pastry.

    (additional charge)

    Stimulate your creative side and inflate molten glass into a unique art piece that you’ve sculpted. This inclusive activity allows you to participate in various programs from a simple introduction to glass sculpture or glass blowing, a one hour “hot date” to longer workshops giving participants more time for experimentation and practice. Labelled the ‘Happiness Factory’, this activity is sure to be a memorable one.
  • Day 4: Dogsledding Tour

    Bundle up and get ready to experience the thrill of driving your own dog team through a winter wonderland! You will get to learn the basics of mushing or if you don’t feel comfortable you can sit back and enjoy the ride. Take in the tranquil scenery along the historic trails as you drive your team of dedicated Alaskan Huskies. Warm yourself up with a delicious lunch cooked on an open fire and hand and foot warmers on colder days. In the winter time, this is one of THE things to do in Whitehorse.
    Both gloves and mittens are great for outdoor activities and should be fully waterproof to keep your hands warm and dry. Gloves have the most dexterity whereas mittens are often warmer overall. Make sure you have the gear that will protect you while you’re out in the elements.

    (additional charge)

    Visit the Yukon Transportation Museum get a glimpse of transportation history in Canada’s rugged Yukon Territory. This museum is home to a variety of fascinating exhibitions and displays including retired modes of transportation (like the Canadian Pacific Airlines DC-3 Wind Vane), miniature displays, art exhibits and a treasure trove of photographs, artifacts and tall tales.
  • Day 5: Snowmobiling through powder

    Wake up, eat a good breakfast and get ready for a full day snowmobiling! Before heading out, the guide will train the group on how to safely operate and ride a snowmobile. Guests may travel across frozen lakes, through dense spruce forests, or up snow-covered mountains. If you have a keen eye, you will see the evidence of some of the local wildlife, such as lynx or snowshoe hares. Snacks, hot drinks and a hearty Northern lunch are included.

    Then, you’ll have some down time before you jump on your aurora borealis evening experience. A chemical light reaction caused when solar energy interacts with the Earth’s atmosphere, producing dramatic, dancing waves of green light from one horizon to another.
    If you are taking photos at night and looking to be included, wear brighter clothes to help stand out in your images.

    (additional charge)

    If you are interested in seeing more of Whitehorse, include a half or full day fat bike rental to your trip. This will allow you to explore the townsite or the extensive trail system in the region.
  • Day 6: Into the Wild

    Good morning! Today is a is one of your slower days, but be sure to charger your batteries and bring your camera gear anyways. You will visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve where you’ll have the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat. Dall sheep, stone sheep, mountain goats, mule deer, wapiti (elk), woodland caribou, wood bison, musk-ox, moose and even lynx can all seen on this tour, usually up close! To cap off a great day, you’ll travel to the nearby Eclipse Nordic Hot Springs. The luxurious facility offers multiple outdoor hot pools and Japanese clay pot baths, in addition to the indoor relaxation areas like saunas, steam rooms, hot beds, and more. This warm sanctuary is a wonderful way to wind down amid the cold weather.
    After a long day outdoors, you must be hungry! With various options to enjoy a delicious meal in downtown Whitehorse, we suggest that you visit Antoinette’s, G&P, Miner’s Daughter, Gold Pan Saloon or Gather Cafe & Taphouse.

    (additional charge)

    If you’re looking to add more physical activity to your day, then consider adding on entry to the Canada Games Centre. The full service multi-use community sport, recreation and wellness facility offers daily recreation drop-in opportunities, diverse and interactive programming for all ages, and local, national and international events.
  • Day 7: Snowshoeing Adventure

    Enjoy a slow start today and grab a warm and hearty breakfast then take some time to relax. Your 3.5 hour snowshoe tour begins in the early afternoon where you will enjoy the tranquility of the Yukon wilderness and be able to photograph the stunning Yukon landscape. On this tour, you’ll get to strap on a pair of lightweight modern snowshoes and experience the rugged backcountry just like the gold miners, trappers and fur traders of days gone by. Wildlife such as spruce grouse, foxes, coyotes and snowshoe hares is occasionally spotted at a distance.
    If you have some time, visit Burnt Toast Café for brunch! This fun and funky little restaurant offers great atmosphere and eclectic breakfast food from 8am -11am.

    (additional charge)

    Want to increase your chances of viewing the Northern Lights? Include another Aurora Borealis excursion to your tour.
  • Day 8: Depart

    Your Yukon trip has come to an end and it’s time to pack up your belongings and check out of your hotel. Don’t forget to search your room for any left over belongings; its a long way to return to pick up any forgotten items! If you haven’t done so already, be sure to check in for your flight and arrange for transportation to the airport. The airport is small and has limited amenities compared to others around the world, so plan to charge your electronics and grab a snack before you depart.
    You never know when and where you are going to be delayed. Leave earlier than anticipated and be sure to bring a good book to keep you preoccupied.

    (additional charge)

    Depending on your flight’s departure, you could include a half day cross country skiing, skating, fat biking or taking an aerial tour. Or, extend your Whitehorse tour to explore the province and take a road trip to visit Dawson City, Haines Junction or explore their beautiful National Parks.

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Price Details

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy (assuming 2 adults in the room)

The inclusions are listed above.

Our prices include hotel taxes and GST!

What else you Might need

Below is a list of common things you might need to purchase for your tour at an extra cost. (not included)

  • National Park Entry Fees
  • Meals & Gratuity
  • Transportation / Flights
  • Parking Fees
  • Travel Insurance

Cancellation Terms

We understand that plans can change. If you need to make an adjustment, you can do so without any change fees up to three days prior to the departure date (based on availability). This Whitehorse tour requires deposits and you can cancel your tour 10 days prior to the travel day to receive at least 75% back. No refund if within 10 days. See our full Terms & Conditions page for details.

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Something Not Perfect?

That’s ok. We can customize any part of this tour so that it suits you perfectly.


Leisure activities are the least physically demanding and are accessible to almost everyone. You should be able to stand and walk in short bursts. Examples: Sightseeing, nature walks, golfing, food tours. 


A step up from easy. For those looking to do something more exciting and get their heart rate elevated. Examples: Skiing, hiking, canoeing, skating. 


Difficult yet rewarding activities. You should be in great physical shape to participate in these activities. Examples: Rock climbing, heli-skiing, whitewater rafting, diving.