Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping
Canada Yukon main attractions camping

Dawson City is the gateway to the territorial park and scenic highway Tumbstoun Demstar and Old Crow in northern Yukon with two national parks.

How about a panoramic flight over the breathtaking ice fields or for those who want to try their luck and personally turn the bowl into the river, as they did 100 years ago people.

Other attractions include the chance to see grizzly bears, moose, caribou and many different bird species.

The walk through the Yukon is especially suitable for families.

Do not miss the autumn to spring northern lights (Aurora Borealis). Bookmark and Share

Yukon in Canada, untouched wild nature

Largest in the world eco-region, region of adventure and fulfillment of our childhood dreams is Canada Yukon River.

Imagine that you are in a land where only the sounds of nature reaches your ears, untouched desert far from any human intervention for hundreds of miles and the middle of this wilderness a hunting lodge all covered in fur and feathers.

That's the Yukon. Yukon, Canada in the Klondike gold rush-This is a colorful tapestry, if you look at from the sky, a snowy mountain peaks, virgin forests, tundra, ice-covered rivers that feed many wild animals.

One of the main attractions of North America and Canada is exactly the Yukon by nearly 80 percent of untouched nature.

The entire network of rivers, which entangles the Yukon is protected by three national parks, making it the largest eco-region in the world. Yukon lies between Alaska and Northwest territories of Canada and British Columbia and has more than 2920 miles roads connecting the Yukon river with various communities, Canadians and Americans.

Officially it is territory of Canada in 1898 with 34 000 inhabitants. Sounds paradoxical, but now the population is less than when Dawson City was the center of the gold rush of Klondike.

Yukon is home to 25% of all grizzly bears on earth and in its scale and landmarks leave lasting memories for those who visit it.

Here in the Yukon you can see how life is conducted openly, through endless days will enjoy fishing, horseback riding, camping, hiking, rafting, biking, and motoring, taking advantage of the sights of background spectacular and ecologically clean areas.

Today Yukon achieves a balance between modern life and the beauty of pure and natural environment, which serve as an example.

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