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Yukon Territory

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Top Camping Spots in and near Yukon Territory

  • Yukon, Unorganized, Yukon Territory

    Backpack Observation Mountain

    42.3 mi / 6233.6 ft gain
    This trip is within the Kluane National Park and Reserve. The park is neighboured by BC’s Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park and Alaska’s Glacier Bay / Wrangle St Elias National Parks to cover roughly 110 000 km2 of some of the last truly untouched wilderness on this planet.The park is very rugge...
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  • Yukon, Unorganized, Yukon Territory

    Backpack Rake Mountain

    5 mi / 820.2 ft gain
    As a whole, Tombstone Territorial Park boasts a stunning and at times alien landscape but, the Rake Mountain area is particularly beautiful. Park you vehicle at the turn off near kilometer 90 (there is a sign) of the Dempster Highway. Orient yourself northwest towards the small saddle in Rake Mou...
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  • Haines Junction, Yukon Territory

    Hike the Auriol Trail in Kluane National Park

    9.3 mi / 1312.3 ft gain
    Parking is clearly marked and visible from the Haines Highway, 7 km south of Haines Junction.  This trail is reasonably easy and although it does not reach any summit, it offers great views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Haines Junction. When you reach the highest point of the trail you c...
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  • Haines Junction, Yukon Territory

    Camp at Lowell Lake

    Lake Lowell, located in the Yukon's Kluane National Park, is fed by the Alsek River and the lake's namesake glacier, which borders the western shore. When the weather permits, you can see Lowell Glacier and glistening icebergs floating through the lake. There is access to a ridge hike (intermedia...
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  • Dempster Highway, Yukon Territory

    Cycle the Dempster Highway to the Arctic

    453.6 mi / 4314.3 ft gain
    If you've looked at travelling in northern Canada at all, odds are you've heard of the Dempster. It's a rough 740 km gravel road that runs from the Klondike Highway near Dawson to Inuvik in the Mackenzie Delta. It was started in 1959 and completed in 1979 as part of oil exploration in the Arctic,...
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