These Yukon structures built in 1901 now lean up against each other because of the ground thawing and freezing.
King salmon travel roughly 2,000 miles to their homes in the Yukon, where they must pass through the Fish Ladder.
Sixty more images of art, wildlife, nature, and kooky sights from the Yukon.
There’s no better way to see the park than by weaving through the mountains in a small bush plane.
I can now cross “find real gold in the Yukon” off my bucket list.
Among the quirky things to do in Dawson City, Yukon are gold panning and dog mushing.
Sid van der Meer runs the Bordertown Garage, a museum of unusual artifacts he has collected over four decades.
Here’s what I learned about discipline, tradition, and perseverance from the Yukon First Nations.
Dawson City, Yukon won me over with its friendly, quirky vibe.
Who wants to down a shot of Yukon Jack with a real mummified human toe in it?
The Yukon River is the place to board a historic Klondike-era ship and see First Nations communities.
It’s gold rush time! This month’s blog focus will be on the Yukon territory of Canada.