Takhini Hot Springs

Takhini Hot Springs is one of the most visited locations in the Yukon. The hot springs have been in operation for over 100 years. The hot springs pools are a relaxing 36° and 42° Celsius, with water entering the pool at 47 degrees. The water is natural and rich in minerals . Takhini Hot Springs is open year around. 

Yukon Wildlife Preserve

The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is a unique wildlife viewing property featuring 13 species of northern Canadian mammals in their natural environment. Encompassing over 700 acres with various natural habitats, the Yukon Wildlife Preserve offers unparalleled wildlife viewing and photo opportunities.

Whitehorse Waterfront Trolley

 Ride the beautifully restored 1925 Waterfront Trolley, it departs northbound from Rotary Peace Park, across from the SS Klondike, and southbound from Spook Creek Station, behind Earl’s Restaurant. Passengers are welcome to disembark and re-board along the route at the various stations. This interpretive ride describes the Whitehorse waterfront’s fascinating history including the stories about the White Pass & Yukon Route line and the mighty sternwheelers that plied the Yukon River.

Yukon Arts Centre

The Yukon Arts Centre is territory's premier venue to experience art in all its forms, from visual arts to dance, drama and music of all genres, to hands-on workshops and talks.

Yukon Transportation Museum

The Yukon Transportation Museum brings to life over 100 years of transportation history in the Yukon. Follow the stories of the early bush pilots as they struggled to make community access easier. Hear the tales of the people that shaped the Alaska Highway, the road still essential to life in Canada’s famous Yukon.  At the Yukon Transportation Museum you will see, read, and hear about the rich history of the north through lively stories and the interesting, detailed and surprising size of displays.

MacBride Museum

MacBride Museum illustrates the Yukon’s history, with a focus on the role of Whitehorse in the development of the Territory. MacBride Museum is a non-profit society with charitable status.

Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre

Meet Ice Age giants like the woolly mammoth or the scimitar cat that ruled ancient Beringia.  Discover this intriguing era through skeletal remains, interactive exhibits and riveting films. A visit to the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre will add 40,000 years to your vacation.

S.S Klondike National Historic Site

The SS Klondike is located on the banks of the Yukon River near the Robert Campbell Bridge. The SS Klondike was part of a fleet of 250 riverboats that once explored the mighty Yukon River and the surrounding chain of lakes and rivers. 

Canada Games Centre

The Canada Games Centre, built as a host venue for the 2007 Canada Winter Games, is a multi-purpose venue located in the heart of Yukon’s capital city, Whitehorse. Minutes from Whitehorse hotels, the Centre is the largest venue of it’s kind in Northern Canada and one of few in Western Canada. The Canada Games Centre really does offer it all. From national level sporting events to a small meeting, two arenas, a flexi-hall, a fieldhouse, aquatic centre, Wellness Centre/Studio, flexible event space. the Canada Game Centre offers up warm Yukon hospitality and exceptional competition.

Peak Fitness Yukon

Located in the beautiful city of Whitehorse, Peak Fitness is the Preeminent Fitness Centre in the Yukon.

Better Bodies

Better Bodies offers Strength training, Fitness classes, Spinning, Cardio, Squash, Personal Training, Yoga, Tanning, Supplements, Clothing, Juice Bar, Childminding and more!

Mad Trappers Bowling Alley

Whitehorse's Only Bowling Alley

Miles Canyon Basalts

Experience some of the most breath-taking views and natural scenery that the Yukon Territory has to offer during a hiking adventure in Miles Canyon. The most dramatic natural feature near Whitehorse is Miles Canyon, where the Yukon River has cut its way down through a flow of basaltic lava. The lava flowed from a vent approximately 8 km (5 mi) to the south, between Golden Horn and what is now the Mount Sima ski hill, about 8.5 million years ago. The 85-foot-long Robert Lowe Suspension Bridge was built across the narrowest and most dramatic part of the canyon in 1922 to help people enjoy more of the canyon

Miles Canyon Float Planes

If you think the Yukon landscape is impressive from the ground, just imagine the view from the air. On a flight seeing tour you’ll float over vast boreal forest, pristine lakes, ice fields and majestic peaks. You’ll gain an unforgettable impression of the astounding beauty of this land.

Whitehorse Fish Ladder & Dam

The Whitehorse Fish Ladder is the longest wooden Fish Ladder in the world. Spot Chinook Salmon on their way to their spawning grounds as they pass through this observation site. Glass windows in a viewing area allow you to see salmon, grayling and trout all at one time. The Whitehorse Dam is well worth seeing! Kayakers and canoeists are often seen at play in the waters below the Dam.

"Welcome to Whitehorse" sign

The "Welcome to Whitehorse" sign on the south access to the downtown area, Robert Service Way, has the Yukon River and the restored sternwheeler S.S. Klondike in the background.

Mountain Biking

Biking in the Yukon is single-track heaven, and no wonder. It's become a not-so-secret mountain biking hotspot with all the ingredients for fantastic rides. Cross a wildflower-strewn alpine meadow, careen down a mountain path, and ride high along an aspen ridge – all in a morning. Combine it with great guides and camaraderie, and you've got yourself world-class wilderness biking a stone's throw from the city.

Water Activities

The Yukon is a mecca for paddling enthusiasts. Whether you canoe, kayak or raft, you'll find the perfect water adventure on one of 70 wilderness rivers and countless scenic lakes in the Yukon.

Scenic Drive

The phrase “scenic drive” takes on a whole new meaning in the Yukon. Beyond the dashboard are massive mountain ranges, lush tundra carpets, emerald lakes and acres of bright pink fireweed. Not to mention a landscape teeming with wildlife.

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Klondike Rib & Salmon

Dine in the oldest operating building in Whitehorse, Yukon. Featured on Canada's Food Network - YOU GOTTA EAT HERE! "A taste of the Yukon" with good ol' Yukon hospitality... where the locals eat!...

Antoinette's

Antoinette’s restaurant is your premier place in Whitehorse for Caribbean and Canadian infused meals. From top notch brunch to lunch and dinner, Antoinette's offer's an experience and atmosphere that reflects some of our world\’s cultural essences. 

Burnt Toast Cafe

Enjoy an appetizing dish at Burnt Toast Cafe, A fun and funky little restaurant with great atmosphere, eclectic food and good mid-range wines and imported beers.

The Deli

The smell of smoked meat wafts out to the street and you walk right in; there's a huge selection of prepared items and custom-made sandwiches. Great for picnics, or dine in the simple table area.

Heavenly Bite Bake & Cafe

Unique Espresso available at Heavenly Bite bake & Cafe. Homemade Salads, Soups, Sandwiches and Curry Chicken. Hand Tossed Pizza with home made Tomato Sauce. A variety of baked goodies made from scratch. Squeezed when ordered, Fruit Juices and Smoothies!

Alpine Bakery

Alpine Bakery is a cozy café with delicious fusion cuisine, and is also carrying homemade delights such as artisanal bread, organic yogurt, dynamite hummus, and fair-trade vegan chocolate truffles! Find all this and more at the Alpine Bakery, 

Amy’s Tea House

An elegant place to have breakfast or lunch at. They have delicate china tea pots and cups that they serve their tea in. The decor of the tea house is beautifully designed in an Asian theme.

The Wheelhouse Restaurant

Dining at The Wheelhouse Restaurant can be best described as “Yukon Casual”. The Wheelhouse Restaurant has a Yukon heritage themed venue with 1930’s era décor. The Wheelhouse offers an exceptional dining experience featuring Inspired Canadian cuisine served with true Northern Hospitality.

Giorgios Cuccina

Giorgio's Cuccina is elegant restaurant located in Whitehorse, Yukon featuring Mediterranean, Greek and Italian cuisine. 

Boston Pizza

A casual restaurant that is family friendly and entertains the adult crowd with sports raging on the screens. This is an American cuisine restaurant.

Yukon Brewing

The oldest brewery North of 60 - Yukon Brewing has been crafting internationally renowned beer since 1997.

G&P Steakhouse & Pizza

G&P  is a locally family owned business!

 

Whether you’re looking to dine to celebrate a special occasion, have a private business dinner, or enjoy the company of your loved ones, G&P has all of your needs and desires in mind. Specializing in premium steaks, smoked ribs, Mediterranean dishes, and famous legendary pizza. Not only providing a wide variety of cuisine, G&P also enhances your stay with it’s very beautiful, stylish & relaxed atmosphere.

Epic Pizza whitehorse

Epic hand tossed thin crust pizza, full liquor license, weekly Wednesday night jam, live music EVERY weekend, big screen t.v.'s, large dinning area, AND completely family friendly. There is something for everyone at Epic!

FARMER ROBERT'S

Farmer Robert’s store provides access to local specialty food items inlcluding Yukon-made jams, and a large section of bulk (dried, teas, coffee, spices, seeds etc) and also features a café all in a convenient and welcoming space.  

Sanchez Cantina

Savour the flavours of Mexico at Yukon's only true Mexican restaurant. Inside the warm, cozy dining room or on the sunny deck, you will enjoy a feast of tasty traditional dishes, expertly seasoned by Señora Sanchez. From homemade salsa and guacamole to flan, Sanchez Cantina offers a great menu the entire family will enjoy.

Panda Panda Noodle House

There are a variety of different thick noodle soup dishes for you to enjoy. The soups are very flavourful and come in large portions.