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From $575.00 per cabin per day
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Visit the remote wilderness of the Yukon in comfort from these newly built luxury lakefront cabins. If you are searching for an unforgettable independent wilderness vacation in the true backcountry of the Yukon Territory, then you have found the right place. Your hosts provide luxury cabins and all of the equipment and gear necessary to accommodate you on a comfortable wilderness holiday on a remote lake in the southwest Yukon. 

Whether you prefer fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, boating, photography, or all of the above, these deluxe cabins will serve as a base to support all of these activities and more. These cabins are a true wilderness adventure, accessible only by floatplane. You will fly through some amazing scenic country on your way to the cabins.

There are many activities available for your enjoyment. All lakes have fantastic fishing with Lake trout, Arctic grayling, Northern pike and Burbot available. We promote catch and release fishing with barbless hooks. You may keep legally caught fish that you plan on eating as a meal but the rest must be released. 

There are countless opportunities for day hikes in the mountains surrounding the lakes. The lakes are situated between 3000’ and 4000’ above sea level (1000m and 1400m) so access to the high alpine country is quite easily achieved. The scenery in the high country is spectacular and there are also great opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography. 

There is abundant wildlife throughout the area. Depending on the day, you can expect to see Dall sheep, Mountain caribou, Alaska/Yukon moose, Black bear, Grizzly bear, lots of smaller game species and many bird species.  There are also options to fly to other lakes for other hiking, fishing or numerous other opportunities or take a Kluane Glacier flight-seeing tour if you wish.



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TRIP TYPE

Cabins & Cottages

SEASON

June to September

DIFFICULTY

Easy / Moderate

MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE

6

GUIDE INFORMATION

Guides can be added to the package and are available for hiking and fishing tours.

RESTRICTIONS

 Minimum stay of 3 days required. 3-day trip is 3 nights and 4 days. Two day trips can be arranged (2 nights / 3 days) but there will be a premium of $250 charged.  

Clients must be able to be comfortable in a remote wilderness environment for the duration of their stay. At least one member of the party must be competent to operate and boat and motor.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Requirements: Groceries and personal items, liquor, fishing license.


TRANSPORTATION

Trip begins and ends in Whitehorse, Yukon. The cabins are located 60-70 miles west of Whitehorse. A charter flight is required for access in and out of the cabins. The exact charter fee will depend on your group size but you can expect to pay approximately $500 (plus 5% GST) per person. The charter fee gets you from Whitehorse to the cabin and back to Whitehorse at the end of your stay. The exact charter fee will be quoted once we know your group size. The flight is 30-40 minutes in length.


WEATHER

In a Yukon summer you can expect anything from hot weather to cool weather but the norm is 10C to 25 C with rain very likely.


REGION

Southern Yukon
Detailed Region Info
Nowhere else in Canada inspires thoughts of adventure and wilderness like the Yukon Territory. Made famous by the Klondike gold rush in the late 1800’s the Yukon has become synonymous with adventure.

The southern region of the Yukon is a vast land of mountains, valleys, lakes and rivers making it the perfect location for your next adventure. Canoeing is a popular activity and ingrained in the history of the territory. Numerous rivers such as the Yukon, Teslin, Wind and Big Salmon are considered some of the best paddling rivers in the world. Fishing opportunities are second to none, with many remote fly-in lakes throughout the southern Yukon. The northern lights or aurora borealis can also be seen during the fall and winter months shimmering and dancing across the sky.

The highest mountains in Canada and some of the most awe-inspiring glaciers are found in the Yukon. This region is home to Kluane National Park , the site of the largest non-polar icefields in the world and the greatest diversity of wildlife north of 60 degrees latitude. Though remote the Yukon has an impressive road system that allows you to access much of the area by vehicle. Van tours are popular and a great way to explore this vast land.

The Yukon has a strong dogsledding heritage and the area is known for the famous Yukon Quest dogsled race. Visitors can come and arrange their own mushing adventure and experience this purest form of winter travel for themselves.

Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon and has all amenities of a big city, and is home to Yukon's major airport with domestic and international air service. A vacation in Canada’s Yukon is always a larger than life experience.

PROVIDED EQUIPMENT

New Lund 16’ boats and 25 HP 4-stroke Yamaha motors and safety gear and fuel for your use, basic fishing gear, basic food staples, propane barbeque, outdoor fire-pit, bedding (pillows, sheets and duvets).


SUGGESTED CLOTHING

Clothing for both warm and cool weather, rain gear, hat, gloves, waterproof hiking boots, sneakers.


SUGGESTED ITEMS

Personal fishing gear, daypack, camera, water bottle, sunglasses, sunscreen, pocketbook, personal music player, insect repellent.


ACCOMMODATIONS

New waterfront, fully equipped cabin with complete kitchen facilities, hot and cold running water, hot shower facility, propane fridge and stove, bedding, boat & motor & fuel, basic fishing gear, propane barbeque, outdoor fire-pit, clean outhouse and numerous other items to make your stay comfortable.  

Each cabin has two double beds with more single beds in the loft area. Your party will be the only group at that location. The cabins easily accommodate four adults and several children or more.


MEALS & DINING

The cabins are newly-constructed log structures that are fully equipped with all of the necessary kitchen and cooking facilities. The cabins are stocked with basic staples such as salt, pepper, paper towels, dish soap, dish rags/towels. A complete list is available upon booking.


Available June 15, 2015 - September 30, 2015 with Flexible Durations
$575.00 / per cabin per day - CAD
Based on a party of up to 4 people. 3 day minimum stay. Charter flights extra.


PAYMENT INFORMATION

Pricing does not include: 5.00% GST.

A 25% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

Balance of payment is due 60 days before trip commencement.

CANCELLATION POLICY & DETAILS

Many of our expenses for your trip occur long before your arrival in Whitehorse. If you cancel 90 days before your trip start date, we retain $1000 of your deposit. 60-89 days, we retain 75% of the total fee. 0-59 days, we retain 100% of the total fee. We strongly recommend that you purchase trip cancellation insurance in case you have to cancel your trip for any unforeseen circumstances. You should also make sure that you have appropriate medical insurance, including emergency evacuation coverage should the need arise.

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