Yukon, the westernmost territory of Canada is the smallest of the three federal territories, but that doesn’t make a difference because a trip to the Yukon is a larger than life experience. You can literally smell the spruce sap and the earthy scent of the tundra, hearing the exciting howls of the friendliest husky sled dogs and enjoying the breathtaking view of the clearest water you’ve ever seen.
Close to 80 percent of the Yukon remains pristine wilderness with 5,000m peaks, forested valleys, unspoiled waters and untamed wildlife; they are home to more than 250,000 caribou, 70,000 moose, 22,000 mountain sheep, and 220 species of birds for you to explore the wilderness and experience the wild things up close. Here you can also find the highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest of North America, the Mount Logan in Kluane National Park and Reserve. The Yukon Territory is definitely a destination like none other.