Yukon - Larger than Life!
The adventure of a lifetime is closer than you think! This week the Travel Show visits the Great Canadian North and the unique, spellbinding, awe inspiring - Yukon. Chris recently traveled in the Yukon and he will share his experiences and some interviews that he gathered on his trip.You can also check out his Travel Blog.
Picture a land in which you can climb North America’s highest mountains; hike the world’s largest non-polar glaciers; raft the whitewaters of renowned rivers; and fish for salmon and trout in crystal clear waters. You can even cycle and golf! Amid abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery, explore trails to historic Klondike Gold Rush sites. Experience ancient First Nations’ cultures and set your spirit free in the land of the midnight sun.
The Yukon is the ultimate road trip destination – an exhilarating combination of postcard scenery, historic communities, cultural attractions, soft adventure outings and interesting and friendly locals. Discover more at www.TravelYukon.com .
To help make your dream trip a reality - choose one of Tourism Yukon’s vacation packages, offering the best in Yukon itineraries from a day to a few weeks. Plan a Yukon vacation getaway from Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary or Toronto and find optimal vacation value. Tourism Yukon provide a number of ways to assist you with booking your vacation package.
Air North, Yukon's Airline, has flown into the Yukon for over thirty-four years – making it easy and great value. Based in Whitehorse, Air North connects the Yukon's capital city with Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik and Fairbanks. Right now a four segment air pass on Air North, Yukon’s Airline is just $849 plus tax. Check out www.flyairnorth.com.
Tune in Saturday to win a fabulous seven day Yukon Self-Drive Adventure Trip for two with six nights hotel accommodations, round trip air fare, rental vehicle and all breakfasts, guided outdoor activities and attraction passes.
Photo Credits Government of Yukon and:
Home Page Northern Lights, Robert Postma
Canoes near Million Do, Derek Crowe
First Nations woman, Whitehorse, Wayne Towriss