Yukon

The Yukon is one of Canada‘s three territories, located in the North.

Mount Logan, the highest peak in Canada
For the town in Oklahoma see Yukon (Oklahoma)

Many of the visitors in the Yukon are travelling to Alaska on the Alaska Highway.

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As this area is rather sparsely populated, places that would barely register as a “spot on the map” elsewhere may well be “major towns” in Yukon terminology

  • 60.717222222222-135.055833333331 Whitehorse – The capital of the Yukon
  • 64.066666666667-139.429166666671 Dawson City – Historic Klondike gold rush town, now a National Historic Site.
  • 60.1167-128.81 Watson Lake – The Yukon’s most southern community, and home of the famous Signpost Forest.
  • 60.752777777778-137.506666666671 Haines Junction
  • 60.1675-134.7071 Carcross
  • 67.566666666667-139.81 Old Crow – A small village in the north, and the only community in the territory without road access.
  • 62.3853-140.8931 Beaver Creek
  • 62.233055555556-133.333055555561 Faro (Yukon)
  • 63.5931-135.8961 Mayo
  • 62.088888888889-136.288888888891 Carmacks
  • 60.3-134.2671 Tagish
  • 61.59-132.271 Ross River

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