The Yukon offers an interesting mixture of landscapes, from endless forests in the east, to arctic tundra in the north, and lofty glacier-covered mountains in the west. With a small permanent population and few roads, it is one of the few remaining landscapes where you can truly explore untouched natural surroundings with no crowds. The Dempster Highway, Top-of-the-World Highway, and Kluane National Park are all areas that take serious effort to explore, but they are unforgettable.
- Sheep Mountain & Kluane Lake
One of the most scenic sections of the Alaska Highway is when it skirts around Kluane Lake, on the eastern edge of Kluane National Park.
- Dawson City
Known to locals simply as Dawson, the town was the hub of the Klondike Gold Rush and has retained its historical flavour to this day.
- The Monolith
One of the most distinctive peaks within Tombstone Territorial Park.
- Grizzly Lake Trail
Tombstone Territorial Park
- Monolith & Grizzly
Grizzly Lake below Monolith Mountain
- Dredge No. 4
Two thirds the size of a football field and 8 stories high, Dredge No. 4 was in operation from 1913 until 1961 in the Klondike gold fields. It is now a National Historic Site.
- Monolith Mountain
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