What to expect from our Yukon & Northwest Territories Self-Drive Itineraries?
The Yukon and the Northwest Territories represent Canada’s wild frontier, with rugged landscapes, immense wilderness and a colourful history of Inuits, traders and gold prospectors.
Our summer Yukon self drive itineraries includes the best of southern Yukon, Northwest Territories and Coastal Alaska. Travel from Whitehorse to beautiful Kluane National Park, home to Canada’s tallest mountain, then south to the top of Alaska’s inside passage. Or travel to the Canadian Arctic by road stopping at Dawson City, home to Jack London and the Klondike Gold Rush. Cross the Arctic Circle and toast your success with champagne. Visit the First Nation community of Inuvik
The population is small, the landscape vast and the wildlife prolific – here you may be lucky enough to see caribou, moose and grizzly bears throughout both territories. The human inhabitants of these remote lands are a fascinating mix of First Nations people, descendants of intrepid pioneers and adventurers, each with their own fascinating story to share.