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Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon.

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Points of Interest in Whitehorse

  • SS Klondike National Historic Site,
  • Miles Canyon,
  • McBride Museum,
  • Beringia Interpretive Centre,
  • Takhini Hot Springs,
  • Yukon Transportation Museum, [4]
  • Old Log Church,
  • Whitehorse Fishway,
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About Whitehorse


Whitehorse has been capital of the Yukon since 1953, and currently has a population of around 24,000. The city is located along the banks of the Yukon River, and due to it being in a rain shadow area, Whitehorse has the distinction of being Canada's driest city.


  • Canada Games Centre. The main centre for indoor recreation activity in Whitehorse. Includes, among other things, a large aquatic centre and three skating rinks.
  • Frostbite Music Festival. A winter festival showcasing Canadian and Yukon musical acts.
  • Yukon International Storytelling Festival. A summer festival with storytellers from around the world. Workshops are also held during the festival.
  • Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club. A popular cross country skiing facility with 85 km of groomed trails. There is also a large indoor wax room, washrooms and changeroom facilities and saunas for getting toasty warm apres ski. Plus 20km of single track trails for mountain biking in summer.


  • Coasters Bar & Grill, 206 Jarvis Street (downtown). A popular bar among young people. Coasters hosts many live music events.
  • Alpine Bakery, 411 Alexander Street (downtown). This bakery and café offers excellent organic breads and other baked goods, hand-made chocolates, and fair trade coffee. A hot daily special and hearty soups are also offered during lunch time hours.
  • The Chocolate Claim, 305 Strickland Street (downtown). This café is more expensive, and well known for their chocolates and desserts.
  • Spoon, 305 Main St (downtown, Hougen Centre). Serves coffee from beans locally roasted by Midnight Sun Coffee Roasters. Sandwiches, wraps, and pastries are also available.
  • Tokyo Sushi, 204B Main Street (downtown). This restaurant provides a reliable source of satisfactory Japanese food. It features a large menu, average prices, friendly staff, and ample Japanese pop music.


  • Aroma Borealis Herb Shop, 504-B Main Street (downtown),  (867) 667-HERB (4372). Skin care and aromatherapy products, herbal teas and other items. Natural products from local sources make excellent gifts and souvenirs.
  • Lilli Pie Lotions, 2110 2ND AVE, Whitehorse,  +1 867 456-7149.

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