Yukon Accommodation and lodging listings

Yukon, famous for magical views of the Aurora Borealis, the beauty of its wildlife and the splendor of its mountains.

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Major Yukon destinations:

Whitehorse Dawson City Watson Lake Haines Junction Mayo

Todays featured Yukon accommodations:

The Airport Chalet

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Photograph of The Airport Chalet, Whitehorse

Approx 2km away in Whitehorse:

Located directly across from the Whitehorse Airport on the Alaska highway, the Airport Chalet is situated only 2 miles away from the city centre. The Chalet is a full-service hotel offering a licensed family restaurant, cocktail lounge, choice of .....

91634 Alaska Highway
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A3E4
"Very friendly staff, clean rooms, with a great restaurant, and lounge both in the main building. It's location, although outside the city center, is close to many attractions and easy access to ..... "


Edgewater Hotel

Photograph of Edgewater Hotel, Whitehorse

Approx 1km away in Whitehorse:

Overlooking the majestic Yukon River and historic White Pass Railway, the Edgewater Hotel combines value, quality, and comfort with the best location in the city.

101 Main Street
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A 2A7

Yukon Mountain Retreat

Photograph of Yukon Mountain Retreat, Whitehorse

Todays featured Whitehorse cottage / chalet or cabin:

When you hear the "call of the wild," answer with a stay in a Yukon wilderness lodge. Far from the pressures of the modern world, you can surround yourself with raw, rugged wilderness while enjoying accommodations and cuisine that are anything but rough.

P.O. Box 40165, Mile 932 Old Alaska Highway
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A6M9

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

More than 80 percent of the Yukon is wild, compared to a North and Central American average of 40 percent. Much of the Yukon's most spectacular wilderness is preserved within comprehensive national and territorial parks and other protected areas.

Kluane Park's Mount Logan is the highest mountain in Canada, a majestic peak set in a sea of ice.

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