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Sample the Yukon for $2,667

Travel Deal for January 24, 2013

vicky vacay deal of the dayTagish Wilderness Lodge has a package advertised on Travel Yukon that will leave you in a winter wonderland!

With the Yukon Winter Wonderland 5 Days Sampler you can take a panoramic hike, go fishing, take a boat tour, or grab a canoe and paddle along the shores of Tagish Lake! Or just sit back and observe local wildlife in their natural habitat North of 60!

Your adventurous day ends with a hearty, home-cooked dinner prepared with care. Rest in your cozy log cabin with a sauna and hot tub that will make your wilderness stay perfect.

This opportunity is available from February 10 until March 31, 2013 and starts at $2,667. Recommends the Territories for Old Town Magic

Along the main draft of Yellowknife, the downtown core’s tidy rectangular blocks give way to the winding streets of Old Town. contributing writer Hélèna Katz had a chance to visit this remarkable city and wrote about her experiences.

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.”

Read the rest of “A fun-filled walk around Yellowknife’s Old Town”

To book with Tagish Wilderness Lodge: Click here or call 1-867-332-2113.

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