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Yukon River

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Squamish, British Columbia, Canada

  • Activities

    Adventure, Canoeing

  • Price
    $2095 USD per person
  • Duration

    9 nights; July 18-27 and August 12-21, 2014

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    July 18 and August 12, 2014

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Transportation from the point of origin and return, camping fees, cooking gear, camp stoves, tents, meal preparations, canoes, canoe carts, paddles, life jackets, canoe dry bags, two night's hotel in Dawson City, meals/snacks/beverages on the expedition, tarps, major first aid supplies, emergency radio or satellite phone, and professional guides.

  • Notes

    Not included: Transportation to point of origin, transfers, accommodation and food other than included in the itinerary, gratuities, and personal equipment. End point: Dawson City


  • Fort Selkirk, established it in 1848 by the Hudson's Bay Company, sits on a high bank and remains one of the trip's highlights
  • The White River is dramatically different in colour (and sound) from the Yukon River. The colour is the result of a combination of glacial silt, and ash from a volcanic eruption about 1,250 years ago
  • The Dome, Dawson's well-known landmark, is a beautiful sight
  • Visit the original goldfields and the Dome lookout

Trip Info

We wanted to create a trip that embodied all that one envisions when one thinks of the Yukon. We think that our Yukon River canoe trip from Minto to Dawson City meets that goal. The fast current of the Yukon River will transport us deep into a glaciated landscape of low hills, granite rock, high sandy cliffs, and spruce forest. Along the route chances are very good that we will see an assortment of wildlife from Dahl sheep to bears.

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