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Long or short, challenging or tranquil, we offer an array of river trips down several of the Yukon’s most beautiful rivers. Ranging anywhere between seven and 22 days, our guides will take you on rivers that have been an integral part of the culture and history of the Yukon for centuries.

If what you’re looking for is an opportunity to explore the wilderness of the Yukon and Alaska, but you don’t want to miss out on the culture of the region, we offer a variety of roundtrips by van and bus throughout the Yukon and Alaska.

Winter in the Yukon offers lots of options for the adventurer as well.

We are sure you will find something to suit your needs.

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CAD 6,555.00

One of North America’s last true frontiers, the Bonnet Plume River
winds through the majestic Peel Watershed along the Mackenzie Mountains
into the very heart of Yukon’s untouched wilderness.

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CAD 6,125.00

Imagine yourself where only few people go, where the scenery leads into the remote northern wilderness and where you can prove your canoe skills on one of Yukon’s most exciting rivers - imagine y

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CAD 5,595.00

The Wind River is renowned for its remote beauty, hiking and whitewater for the intermediate canoeist.

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CAD 5,500.00
Stretching nearly three hundred miles from Pyramid Harbour in Alaska to Fort Selkirk on the Yukon River, the Dalton Trail is the greatest, wildest trail you’ve never heard of.
The Yukon Explorer | Snake River
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CAD 5,060.00

Accessible only by float plane, this stunning trip begins aboard a DeHavilland Beaver or Otter air plane that takes you into a lush alpine valley, moves through the awe-inspiring Mackenzie Mountain

Explore Secret Waterways | Beaver River
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CAD 3,595.00
Experience pristine wilderness with amazing wildlife-viewing opportunities while paddling the Beaver River on our Anniversary Canoeing Tour.
Tour Season: July - August | » See detailsDates
06.08.2017 - 20.08.2017

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CAD 2,985.00

This classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Dawson City is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history.

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CAD 2,395.00

Travelling over 300 kilometres over the course of 15 days / 14 nights, this trip is ideal for the novice canoeist in search of wildlife encounters and spectacular Yukon scenery.

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CAD 2,205.00
In response to frequent comments from our female guests that they would love to have a little girl paddle time we’re offering this women-only 12 day tour on the Yukon River.
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CAD 2,140.00

For canoe enthusiasts, photographers, gold seekers and everybody who is looking to relax in some remote and pristine country. Find solitude among the mountains of the McQuesten River.

Tour Season: July - August | » See detailsDates
25.07.2017 - 03.08.2017

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CAD 2,095.00

This classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Carmacks to Dawson City is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history.

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CAD 1,995.00

Do you dream of paddling the best rivers of the North? Do you thrive on canoeing in whitewater? Do you want to learn how to improve your canoe skills?

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CAD 1,995.00

Step back in time and rediscover a Hudson Bay trading route while paddling the historic and mesmerizing Pelly River.  This guided canoe journey will take you back to the uncharted Northwest of

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CAD 1,830.00

The 370 kilometer tour (includes about 170 km on the Yukon River) through the solitude of the Teslin River is one of our favorite canoe adventures and it is especially suitable for the novice canoe

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CAD 1,750.00

The Nisutlin River is a beautiful wilderness river nestled amongst scenic mountains and ideally suited as a first time experience for a multi-generational family tour with children.

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CAD 1,495.00

This classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Carmacks is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history.