Mt. Sima Adventure Park Web Link
Located 10km south of Whitehorse. Aerial ropes course, downhill mountain biking, customized group events. Open June to September. Phone: (867) 668-4557.
Downhill skiing and snowboarding from December to March.
Yukon Transportation Museum, Web Link
Just minutes south of the Whitehorse Airport. Unique exhibits telling the story of transportation in the Yukon Territory. Gift shop. Room rentals for events. Open daily in the summer. Sunday and Monday during winter. Phone: (867) 668-4792
Wildlife Museum, Teslin Web Link
Gift shop. Exceptional Wildlife exhibit.
Phone: (867) 390-2575
The George Johnston Museum, Teslin Web Link
The museum is named after a venerated Tlingit elder trapper, fur trader, entrepreneur and photographer. Through his photographs, colourful exhibits of traditional Tlingit regalia and artifacts and his restored 1928 Chevy hunting car, you will experience the story of the Inland Tlingit as they met the rapid changes of the first half of the 20th Century. The re-created Johnston Store is stocked with furs, Tlingit art, crafts and many other intriguing Yukon souvenirs. Open daily 9:00-5:00 Mid-May to September 1st. Phone: (867) 390-2550
Teslin Tlingit Heritage Centre - Teslin North Web Link
Come and visit our cultural centre on Fox Point where Celebration has been experienced under the midnight sun throughout our history. See our carved masks, painted hide drums, baskets, regalia, clothing and art. We, the Inland Tlingit people haved lived and experienced life differently than our brothers and sisters throughout the pacific coast of Canada and Alaska. Hunting, berry picking, drying fish and living fully on the land and with the land has provided us with a strong pride, rich authentic northern culture and community. Phone: (867) 390-2532 Ext. 332
Marsh Lake Community Centre Web Link
Drop in recreation facilities, community events, ski trails, ice rink, licensed clubroom, campground, facility rentals with kitchen for events. Music, community and cultural events. Home of the Annual Marsh Lake Ski Loppet in February and Southern Lakes Bike Loppet in August).
Phone: (867) 660-4999
The Rock Shop
Local rocks, minerals & souvenirs plus 'Hard Rock Mining' display. Call or just drop in.
Located near the Junction of South Klondike Hwy and Alaska Hwy. Watch for signs
Phone: (867) 668-2772 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorne Mountain Community Association Web Link
Drop in recreational facilities; try our wilderness golf course, tennis courts, skateboard park, ski trails and maintained ice rink. Organize a special event. Hall rental, full kitchen and outdoor pavilion. Phone: (867) 667-7083 See special Events schedule on our web site.
Caribou Crossing Trading Post & Wildlife Museum Web Link
Home of over 100 Yukon & ice age animals including the world's largest mounted bear in a world class exhibit. Gift shop with northern products. Experience sled dog cart rides with local musher and learn what it takes to raise and train sled dogs for 1000-mile races like the Yukon Quest. Coffee shop with fresh baked goods and ice cream. Phone: (867) 821-4055
Carcross Commons Web Link
Experience the spirit of a people who have lived in this breathtaking panorama of rivers, lakes and mountain valleys for over 10'000 years. Take a leisurely walk along the sandy beach of Bennett Lake, explore Montana Mountain, enjoy great local food and visit shops offering local arts and crafts. Follow the Royal's steps around the Totem Poles and shop traditional and locally made products from our 20 artisans' stores and restaurants.
White Pass & Yukon Route Web Link
Escape into the heart of history and ride the 67 miles by train between Carcross / Yukon and Skagway / Alaska travelling the same route that the Klondike stampeders traversed in 1898! Experience the breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles and historic sites from the comfort of vintage parlor cars. Operates daily from June to September. Phone: 1-800-343-7373
Yukon Suspension Bridge Web Link
The exhilarating crossing over white-water rapids of the Tutshi River and Canyon on our custom built foot bridge completes the visitor experience to this part of Canada's vast North.
New Restaurant with great northern food. Phone (604) 628-5660
Tagish Lake Kennel & Tuthsi Sled Dog Tours Web Link
Summer sled dog cart rides and Winter dog mushing tours. Guided husky hikes. Learn all about life as a long distance musher and meet some of our elite canine athletes and future puppy superstars. Experience the thrill of sled dogs pulling you and see all the gear used in the races. Two locations: Tagish Lake and South Klondike Highway. 867-332-2768
Atlin Courthouse Gallery Web Link
Artwork from Atlin's internationally acclaimed talent pool is displayed for sale. Offering an array of contemporary, traditional and folk art, this collection is a northern treasure.
Open May to September
Atlin Recreation Centre Web Link
A great place to meet or just have some fun and exercise! Community hall, family events, senior programs, curling, bingo and licensed lounge with summer patio. Private event bookings for groups up to 200. Visit us on the web or on Facebook to keep informed about upcoming events. Lounge: (250) 651-7722 or Office 250 651-7510
Atlin Arts & Music Festival - Annual July Festival Web Link
Celebrating Northern Culture Music workshops and fun camping & RV weekend. Anuually 2nd weekend in July. Check dates. A Major Northern Festival for campers, tenters and local accommodation for those who book early.
Yukon Info .com Web Link
Yukon wide attractions and information