Yukon

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The Yukon consists of a dramatic landscape, with big rivers, lakes and mountains that attract outdoor recreationists from across the globe. Rivers like the Yukon itself, the Alsek/Tatshenshini and the Teslin are legendary among canoe trippers. For hardcore mountaineers, the peaks of Kluane National Park offer the pinnacle of big-mountain climbing. And there are many more adventures to discover, all found within our Yukon and Northern Canada GPS Maps.

Many outdoor recreationists travel to the Yukon simply to see the sights and camp, with scenic drives including the Alaska Highway and the Dempster Highway. Visitors to Whitehorse fill find all the amenities of a major city, including a bustling music and arts scene, plus a well-developed network of mountain bike trails and a ski hill. Continuing north to Dawson City, you will find Gold Rush history still very much alive, and you can drink in the frontier spirit in the form of a Sourtoe Cocktail (yes, it involves a real mummified toe). As you make your way through the territory, keep your eye out for an array of spectacular wildlife including moose, muskoxen, mountain goats and caribou.

Whether you are exploring the wilds of Tombstone Territorial Park or are piloting your canoe through a pristine watershed, you can count on our GPS Maps to provide you with the most accurate maps and adventure information available on the market.

 

 

 

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