Where to Stay When Visiting Yukon’s Kluane National Park and Area

log cabin, Yukon

Spectacular Kluane National Park in Yukon differs from many Canadian national parks in that there is no accommodation in the park itself, other than one campground at Kathleen Lake. However, highways skirt the eastern edge of the park, where small communities, lodges, and campgrounds cater to visitors. Haines Junction, less than a two-hour drive west […]

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Easy Day Hikes in Yukon’s Kluane National Park

hiking trail, Kluane National Park, Yukon

Sprawling across south-western Yukon, Kluane National Park has some of Canada’s most spectacular hikes. The park is home to the world’s largest ice fields outside the polar regions and many of Canada’s tallest mountains, including the Big Daddy of them all – Mount Logan – the country’s highest at 5,959 metres. Add wild rivers, glaciers […]

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Three Must-do Scenic Drives in Southern Saskatchewan

Brady Coulee near Eastend, SK

Saskatchewan is tailor-made for backroad exploring. We have more roads than any province in Canada—enough to circle the equator four times. Possibilities are mind-boggling, from drives through spectacular river valleys to sweeping natural grasslands, lake-studded boreal forest, wild badlands, some of Canada’s largest sand dunes, breathtaking viewpoints, little-known hideaways, and historic treasures. That’s the theme […]

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