Bed & Breakfast Listings

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Yukon Map Mayo Area Faro Area Whitehorse Whitehorse Rural Marsh Lake Watson Lake Tagish

 

CarcrossCarcross

A 45 minute self-drive South on the Klondike Hwy from Whitehorse or by Bus Tour.

From stone tools dating back 4,500 years to the prospectors climbing the Chilkoot Pass in the 1890’s, Carcross is still a destination experience. Carcross can boast one of the longest running Historic Rail Tours, authentic Tlingit Culture & Heritage displays, music, cultural stories & dance, world’s smallest desert; visit the oldest general store in the Yukon, Ice Cream Parlour, as well as the historic RCMP Barracks with Gold and Yukon authentic jewellery, arts and crafts. Just 2km North of Carcross, visit one of the largest Northern Big Animal displays in North America at the Museum of Natural History.

 

Dawson CityDawson City

A century ago, Dawson City was a gold rush boomtown. Today the community of Dawson City is still a gold mining centre, although the main economic activity is tourism, based on the community's colourful past and historical importance. Dawson is also well known as the home of a growing arts community. Dawson is located about 536 kilometres northwest of Whitehorse, at the end of the Klondike Highway.

Faro SheepFaro

A 5 hour self-drive, North-East on the Klondike Hwy to the Campbell Hwy from Whitehorse or Watson Lake.  Lead Zinc mining brought over 2000 miners and their families to Faro in 1982 and this now quiet riverside community is composed of artists, independent entrepreneurs and retirees enjoying the ‘Big Country-Big River’ part of this world. In May, you can join the community viewing of the annual migration of Sandhill Cranes and experience lambing by the unique Dall Sheep.  Faro also boasts the largest population of Dall Sheep, Moose and Wolves in the Yukon.

Haines JunctionHaines Junction

Set against the spectacular backdrop of Canada's highest mountains, Haines Junction is a popular holiday destination for Yukoners as well as tourists. The community is located at the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Haines Highway, 158 kilometres west of Whitehorse.

Marsh LakeMarsh Lake

Just a 45 minute self-drive South on the Alaska Highway.

Colonel Frederick Schwatka climbed the Chilkoot trails and headed down a string of Lakes into the Yukon River System making fairly accurate maps of the region and named the Lake after Professor Charles Marsh, a famous palaeontologist whose discoveries supported Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.  Marsh Lake is one of 5 major spring staging areas for spring bird migration including thousands of Trumpeter and Tundra swans through April and early May. February groomed trails provide for the annual open family Ski Loppet Race.  Glacier Lakes and rivers, a photographers dream, parallel the circle route along with local villages and historic sites.

 

Watson LakeWatson Lake

Gateway to the Yukon, Watson Lake offers many amenities among which includes attractions such as the Signpost Forest, the Northern Lights Centre, a ski hill and a golf course.

WhitehorseWhitehorse

Set in the wide valley of the Yukon River, Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon and with over 23,000 residents also the largest community. Whitehorse provides diverse services to all outlying communities. Its economic base includes mining, transportation services, tourism, and government services.

Whitehorse RuralWhitehorse Rural

Whitehorse is the Capital of the Yukon and is situated on a Yukon Flood Plain with the backdrop of the famous clay cliffs. An historic paddle wheeler is featured on the waterfront for photos and interpretive summer tours.  Main Street architecture provides a colourful western first impression to this expansive commercial district with unique shopping, coffee shops, nightlife, theatre burlesque, museums, walking and river tours, summer and winter street festivals and restaurants.  February brings Rendezvous, a full week of great Northern culture and outdoor challenge including the famous Yukon Quest Dog Race between Whitehorse and Fairbanks Alaska. Whatever season, Whitehorse is filled with entertainment and northern fun.

Whitehorse listings include a wide range of both city-oriented and rural properties. For more distant properties still near Whitehorse, (ca. 10-40 miles from downtown), see Marsh Lake and Whitehorse Rural.

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