The official tourist board for the Yukon Territory is Tourism Yukon. Their website is , and it is available in French, Japanese, German, and English versions. Information on the Yukon in Chinese, Korean, and Spanish is available at the Canadian Tourism Commission's official website, www.Canada.Travel .

On the Tourism Yukon website, the traveler will find all the information to plan the trip to Yukon. From Alaska Highway to the Silver Trail, you will find best scenic drives and destinations in the vast lands of Yukon. The site also gives information about hiking, fishing, boating, camping and climbing opportunities as well other outdoor adventures. Find the museums where you will learn about Yukon's history including the Gold Rush and park and historical sites. The website includes practical information for the traveler such as weather, road conditions, tourism links (Yukon Chamber of Commerce,, Park Canda, Government of Yukon, Yukon Historical Museums Association and many other more) and downloadable maps. You can e-mail Travel Yukon at

A free Yukon Vacation Guide is available by phoning 1-800-789-8566. For all other questions regarding your Yukon visit, call 1-800-661-0494.

Department of Tourism & Culture
Government of Yukon
Box 2703
Whitehorse, Yukon
Y1A 2C6

ExploreNorth has information on the Yukon, Alaska, northern British Columbia, Labrador, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, and northern Russia; in short, it covers the entire circumpolar North in its 4,100+ pages. Opened by a Yukon resident in 1997, it now includes hundreds of annotated and categorized links to Yukon web sites, hundreds of original articles and photographs related to Nothern travel and history, and a blog that focusses mainly on Yukon-Alaska travel.  

Another practical and user-friendly website is Community Attraction & Service Guides, Maps, Webcams, Calendar of Events &, Comprehensive Listings, Travel Information and more. Yukon Info.