6 Days guided canoe trip on Yukon River

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Price: CAD $1835
  • Single room supplement: CAD $199 (hotel & tent)
  • We can customize this tour for your privat group. Ask us!
  • Prices are per person based on double occupancy, 5% GST will be added, all transactions are in Canadian dollars
8 days / 7 nights
Departure Dates:
  • NYR 01/2020
    Jun 28 2020 to Jul 5 2020
  • NYR 02/2020
    Jul 12 2020 to Jul 19 2020
  • Confirmed
    NYR 03/2020
    Jul 26 2020 to Aug 2 2020
  • Full
    NYR 04/2020
    Aug 9 2020 to Aug 16 2020
    Available Spaces: 
  • NYR 05/2020
    Aug 23 2020 to Aug 30 2020
Required participants:
Min. 4 / Max. 7
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Yukon River, Canada - 6 day Canoe trip

During this Yukon River canoe trip we'll retrace part of the Klondike Gold Rush route of 1898. Reminders of Yukon’s gold rush can be seen all along the Yukon River. We’ll camp on the banks of the Yukon River in authentic northern wilderness and explore the gold rush relics on the way.

But more than history thrives along this river. Watch the shores for wolves, moose, and bears. Look at the sky for bald eagles, falcons, and hawks. Watch the waters, too. They’re home to the iconic Canadian beaver, otters, muskrats, and arctic grayling and also to a world-famous salmon run.If you’re looking for a river that has it all, you can’t do better than the Yukon River It’s one of the longest in North America, the longest in the territory, and has the history of the Klondike gold rush. You don’t have to be an expert paddler to enjoy a trip down the Yukon River.

Vast wildernessbook yukon river with nature tours of yukon awaits! While enjoying the easy paddle in the Yukon River you’ll visit historic Klondike Gold Rush sites, see lots of wildlife, enjoy wilderness camping and savour delicious fresh food prepared by your guide.
Nature Tours of Yukon will prove to you that a wilderness adventure does not mean you have to rough it. Join us!

canoeing on the Yukon River Canada with Nature Tours of Yukon

See the amazing photos Frits Meyst, award winning photojournalist, documentary maker and outdoor & travel writer, made when he joined Nature Tours of Yukon on his canoe trip on the Yukon River