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Yukon Territory

The Yukon Territory offers a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.

Regions At A Glance

The Campbell region is a secluded area with vast tracts of wilderness for the avid backcountry adventurer.

The Capital region is home to the territorial capital & serves up numerous opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts including rafting & wildlife viewing.

The Gateway region features a network of pristine lakes & wild rivers for recreation & nature enthusiasts alike.

The Klondike region is a photographer's delight from Five Finger Rapids near Carmacks to Dawson City at the confluence of the Yukon & Klondike Rivers.

The Kluane region encompasses a World Heritage Site, Kluane National Park, & the mountain towns of Beaver Creek, Haines Junction, & Destruction Bay.

The North Yukon region is an isolated region featuring a pair of national parks -- Ivvavik & Vuntut and wildlife such as barren land caribou, arctic foxes, and musk ox.

The Silver Trail region, which includes the mining towns of Mayo & Keno City, offers scenic vistas

The Southern Lakes region, with the communities of Teslin, Carcross, & Marsh Lake, has an abundance of natural wonders including Emerald Lake & the Carcross Desert.

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