Great Yukon Summer 2021

Great Yukon Summer 2021

The newly announced Great Yukon Summer Program encourages Yukoners to travel in their own backyard and support local tourism businesses through a series of programs.

Yukoner Travel Rebate Program

To encourage Yukoners to vacation here in the territory this summer, a 25 per cent rebate will be available to Yukon residents for packaged tourism experiences taken between June 4 and September 30, 2021. Eligible packages, as well as flights and air travel within the territory, will be available at starting on June 4, 2021. Yukoners must pay the full package price upfront, but can submit a simple application with receipts and a declaration of proof of residency for a rebate after their trip occurs. Rebate applications must be submitted by October 31, 2021.

See our packages hereunder. (Click on the heading for more information)


Observation Mountain – Kluane National Park

                     July to september

5 day hikes – Coast Mountain

NEW!  This package gives the advantage to discover this area on foot and at the same time to enjoy hiking without the backpack and to be back home in the evening.

Backpacking in the Tombstone Territorial Park

August 5 to August 10, 2021

6 days/5 nights

July to September

Backpacking in the Tombstone Territorial Park is the only way to see these majestic mountains with their little gems, Grizzly Lake, Divide Lake, Talus lake.

Backpacking in the Kluane National Park – Cottonwood Trail

July to September

The Cottonwood trail is a beautiful trail where we will enjoy the pristine wilderness.

                           SIGHTSEEING TOURS

The Dempster Highway

6 days/5 nights

The Dempster Highway is spectacular. With this package, we have time to explore. Every day, it is possible to go hiking.

Kluane Area 

6 days/5 nights.

 During this tour, we will explore the Kluane National Park and we will drive the Haines Road to the Alaska border. We will have the opportunity to go hiking.

YUKONOff the Beaten Track

6 days / 5 nights

Magnificent circuit that allows you to visit the secret side of the Yukon. We will travel to Mayo and Keno before returning to Carmacks and driving the Campbell Road. We will drive the Canol Road South, rich in history, with its pristine wilderness.