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See The Yukon — Come Pan For Gold!

Canada’s Yukon Territory is one of the last great untamed frontiers. Its name comes from the Yukon River that flows for nearly 2000 miles through northern British Columbia, the Yukon, and Alaska. The river has also been known as the “River of Gold”...

Glaciers of Kluane

The single engine of our super skywagon hummed evenly–its rhythm much smoother than my heart’s thumping as we flew between mountains, their peaks somewhere above the plane’s wings. Marie, our pilot, pointed out the right. “Avalanche!” A...

Dawson City Discovery Days in the Yukon

Gold. There was a time when men–and women who could–went wild at the chance to make it big on the goldfields. They spent months on their claims, stooped over panning for gold, hoping against all odds for the nuggets that meant wealth and the granting of...

High Country Inn and Sergeant Preston of the Yukon

High Country Inn, Whitehorse, Yukon, pays tribute to Canadian lawmakers, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), with their 40 foot tall “Mountie” that greets all visitors. The mountie is the heroic t.v. character of the ’50s, Sergeant Preston....
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