Your cross-country adventure expert in the Yukon!
Come with us to Nordic Backountry ski touring in the pristine and wild Yukon Far North. Experience our northern way of life!
Our Ski Expeditions near Whitehorse, Yukon:
Book your trip of a lifetime on skis in Canada's far north Yukon, wild mountainous boreal landscape. This land of adventure was described by multiple authors like Jack London with his novels "The Call of the Forest" and "White-Fang". Still today, adventure lovers travel across these wild and quiet areas. It's in this Nordic environment that we offer a wonderful adventure on skis.
Starting from a log cabin in the countryside near Whitehorse
You will load your pulk (sled) and takes off with local guides for an immersion in the pristine and endless boreal forest, unexplored valleys, untouched mountains and frozen lakes. At this stage, you will experience first hand what true “Wilderness” is.
Everyone pulls their personal gear in a pulk for about 15 km each day while the shared and heavy equipment is transported by dogteam.
During the day
Your guide will show you the beauty of this land explaining the northern environment to you and pointing to wildlife and tracks.
In the evenings
You'll spend 3 nights in a warm and cozy log cabin then for the 2 last nights our Arctic Oven tent will be setted up and you can start to feel what a true adventure is. Heated with a wood stove this cozy shelter will invite you for the winter night. Your local guide will share with you stories of the Far North around the campfire while eating an authentic Yukon meal and watching Northern Lights!
A minimum of 2 participants is required to guarantee the departure.
- March 17 to 22, 2024
- Full board accommodation
- Winter equipment (boots, coat, pants and mittens, sleeping mats, winter sleeping bag)
- The pulk pack (sled, poles, backpack harness and bag)
- Shuttles to and from Whitehorse if applicable
- Ski equipment - Skis, poles and boots rental package are proposed for $CA 250 per person for 6 days
- Travel insurance, cancellation and assistance
- Guide gratuity
- Anything not listed under the INCLUDED tab
Passionated, knowlegeable and experienced guides. In addition to guiding experience, Raphaelle is a cross-country, downhill and touring ski certified instructor. Fabien is a Canadian ski patrol and was a professional musher and sleddog racer until recently. Both guides have their Wilderness Advanced First Aid.
The groups are very small, 2 to 4 participants to allow for an immersive experience, an intimate connection with nature and with a low environmental impact.
Low carbon footprint
The expedition is a loop that starts and finishes at our log cabin. The only trip by car is a short shuttle to town.
The heavy equipment (canvas tent, wood stove, food) is transported by dog team. We do not use motorized vehicles for re-supplying.
Into the wild
Very high chances to observe northern wildlife (Moose, Caribous, Wolves, Lynx, Coyotes, Eagles) and Northern Lights
You might hear the dogs howling back to the wolves at camp. If interested you will have a chance to try out ski-joring (skiing pulled by a dog) on a frozen lake.
The itinerary of the expedition is unprecedented, the immersion in the true wilderness is striking. We might not even see anyone else on the trail.