The Yukon River became world famous as part of the journey involved in the Klondike Gold Rush. Re-trace the steps of the Gold Rushers on this fast flowing river suitable and enjoyable for all levels of experience.

During this fully guided trip you will see remnants of the past throughout the journey such as log cabins, abandoned steam ships, wood yards, as well as magnificent natural views and wildlife.  Pass through famous Yukon landmarks including, Lake Laberge, Five Ringer Rapids, and Sam McGee's ashes. 

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Whitehorse to carmacks

June 25th to July 4th (10 days)

“But especially he loved to run in the dim twilight of the summer midnights, listening to the subdued and sleepy murmurs of the forest” – Jack London, Call of the Wild

The beautiful Yukon River has captured the hearts and minds of people across the world for generations – come experience if for yourself on our Whitehorse to Carmacks Yukon River adventure. Take in the awe-inspiring scenery while exploring Klondike-era historical sites. Spend a night on the marge at Lake Lebarge with the ghost of Sam Mcgee and keep an eye out for wildlife such as Black and Grizzly Bears, Beavers, Martin, Eagles, and Moose along the way. Our experienced and certified local guides will show you the time of your life on this 10-day, 320km experience, which will take you into the true, deep wilderness only the Yukon can offer.

The Whitehorse to Carmacks River tour is all-inclusive. Transportation to and from the river site, canoe rental, meals, overnight accommodations, and safety equipment are all included in the price. Take comfort in knowing our guides are local and certified.

Price: $1750 per person

*If you wish to fish you need to procure a Yukon license 

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Carmacks to dawson

July 23 to August 3rd (12 days)

“The trails of the world be countless, and most of the trails be tried; you tread on the heels of the many, till you come where the ways divide” Robert W. Service, The Lone Trail

Paddle down the Yukon river with us! The Carmacks to Dawson City River Tour will carry you down the same fabled waters the prospectors paddled during the infamous Klondike Gold Rush.

The Yukon River watershed is home to some of the richest, most unspoiled wilderness the world. Home to incredible animals such as Grizzly Bears, Beaver, and Golden Eagles, the area is also known for its historical sites; Gold Rush-era cabins and gold dredges - as well as geographical landmarks 5 Finger Falls and Ft. Selkirk. Let our certified and local guides show you the time of your life!

During our layovers you can enjoy the world-class scenery or try and land a trophy catch in the river. Upon reaching Dawson City participants have the opportunity to visit the famous Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall and Bonanza Creek – where it all started!

The Carmacks to Dawson City River tour is all-inclusive. Transportation to and from the river site, canoe rental, meals, overnight accommodations, and safety equipment are all included in the price. Take comfort in knowing our guides are local and certified.

Price: $1950 per person

*If you wish to fish you need to procure a Yukon license