Visiting Canada in spring offers a quieter, more affordable and somehow more rewarding travel experience. In this comprehensive guide, discover the highlights of visiting Canada in spring as well as top travel destinations and spring travel advice.
The Alaska Highway is an epic northern drive through wilderness and wonder. But did you know that most of it actually travels through Canada’s BC and Yukon regions? Here are the highlights and some essential tips for your adventure!
Travelling through the middle of tundra, mountains and limitless wilderness, the Dempster Highway offers one of the best road trips in the world! Here’s everything you need to know so you can take on this adventure yourself
For a town seemingly in the middle of Yukon’s endless wilderness with only about 2,000 year-round residents, Dawson City has a heck of a lot to offer visitors. Here are 34 of the best things to do in Dawson City ranging from stunning hikes to fascinating historical places.
Visiting Canada in winter can be exhilarating, exciting and a whole lot of fun for those who embrace the season. Here’s just 65 ideas of things to do!
After the highways were built, the Yukon’s 200+ fleet sternwheelers were left to retire on the shores of the Yukon River. The sternwheeler graveyard is a must-see when exploring Dawson City.
In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, I’m sharing my favourite places and moments of life and travels in this incredible country with you. Maybe some of these adventures are on your own Canadian bucket list?
While some cities become sleepy in winter, Whitehorse is definitely not one of them. The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival is a highlight of the season and one of the best things to do in Whitehorse!
Planning to explore Canada’s amazing National Parks this year? Get prepared and learn what you need to know about the National Park fee system and Discovery Passes in 2020!
Snow may be falling but it doesn’t mean you have to stay inside. Here are our top winter activities in Canada that definitely shouldn’t be missed on a visit to the Great White North