These wilderness cabins are situated on secluded Dalayee Lake, nestled in the rolling hills of southern Yukon, not far from Whitehorse. This crystal clear lake lies at an elevation of about 970 meters / 3180 feet and is surrounded by mountains peaking up to 1450 meters / 4700 feet.
The lake borders the proposed Agay Mene Natural Environment Park, which protects the region from further development. Accessible by floatplane or overland trail, the rustic log cabins offer a true respite from the stresses of modern-day life. This is an awesome place to explore and relax in the solitude of an unparalleled natural setting. Since nobody else is around you may quickly feel like this is your lake only! There is no electricity and no phone service on the property.
In the winter the cabins are accessible by skiplane, snowmobile or snowshoe trail. This is a dream-come-true place to relax and explore winter solitude at its best. Dalayee Lake lies in the boreal forest. Look for signs of passing moose, caribou, lynx and snowshoe hare. Gaze at the stars and it is also very likely to spot the amazing northern lights dancing across the sky. Enjoy snowshoeing, skiing, ice fishing or build a Quincy on the lake ice or ashore - another wonderful way to experience Yukon winter.