A true land of trails, Yukon offers hikers an astounding variety of paths to explore – from the once-inescapable Chilkoot Trail, to remote and untouched valleys In Tombstone Territorial Park. Throughout our tours, hikers often have the opportunity to spot wildlife such as moose, caribou, Dall sheep, falcons, and eagles, and our guides are there to help you explore the most beautiful landscapes available.
For the intermediate but dedicated hiker, our Yukon and Alaska Explorer Tour is an absolute treat. This two-week trip is a true overview of the best trails of the Great North, featuring visits to Denali National Park, the Coast Mountains, and several coastal fjords. At night, our small group enjoys local culture and comfortable accommodations before setting out for a new adventure the following day.
If, however, you’d like to be completely immersed in nature, take a look at our hiking tours through Tombstone Territorial Park. Both of our tours in this case offer on-site camping and take you through untouched flora and fauna.
With our Remote Valleys Trek, we fly straight into the heart of Tombstone Park and enjoy four days of peaceful, alpine trekking. In Canada’s Patagonia Tour, we spend six days backpacking from site to site, hiking from rugged mountains to alpine lakes through the tundra.
Finally, if you’d like a historical twist to your hiking trip this summer, our Stampeders’ Route was made for you. Trekking down the Chilkoot trail, you will climb in the footsteps of explorers before you, and see the coastal Alaskan rainforest give way to delicate alpine tundra before your very eyes. This five-day trek (7-day tour) will take you to lake Bennet and by float plane to the Yukon river, where so many once embarked on their Gold Rush adventure to Dawson City.