$1,450 for a Yukon winter adventure

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Posted September 26, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for September 26, 2012

If you’re looking for a tour that offers a real arctic winter adventure, then Travel Yukon has a deal you’re going to love!

The Yukon Winter Adventure has a package from Yukon Wide Adventures, an organization that provides year-round wilderness outdoor activities. Their services include the planning of individual tours and canoe rentals.

Enjoy winter in a cozy snow-covered log cabin and join a well-tuned mixture of typical Yukon winter activities. This package starts with a snowshoe trip where you can enjoy the terrific alpine panorama over the Whitehorse and Ibex Valley. It’s followed by a snowmobile adventure, Northern Lights viewing, a dog-sledding tour, and a warm bath in the Takhini Hotsprings.

This opportunity starts at $1,450 and is available from December 20, 2012 until March 31, 2013.

Vacay.ca Recommends a Vacation in the Territories for Old Town Magic

Along the main draf of Yellowknife, the downtown core’s tidy rectangular blocks give way to the winding streets of Old Town. Vacay.ca contributing writer Hélèna Katz had a chance to visit this remarkable city and wrote about her experiences in an article called “A fun-filled walk around Yellowknife’s Old Town.”

Katz: “Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories, sits on the edge of Great Slave Lake and is home to approximately 16,000 people. It’s named for the copper-coloured knives the area’s Dene people used when explorers first arrived. Old Town is built on a rocky peninsula that juts out into Yellowknife Bay. The town has been trying to live up to its Dogrib name, Somba K’e (the money place), since prospector Johnny Baker found gold on the shores of Yellowknife Bay in 1934.”

To Book with The Yukon Winter Adventure: Call 1-867-393-2111 or email them at info@yukonwide.com.


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