Spend a week trekking on the legendary Chilkoot Trail in Northwest Canada.
See the beauty of the Yukon and British Columbia.
Camp for several nights in the wilderness under a blanket of unperturbed stars.
For those who love vast, natural landscapes, the Canadian territory of Yukon and province of British Columbia are absolute paradises. Hence why this week long hiking adventure on the famed Chilkoot trail, which traverses both the Yukon and British Columbia, is such a magnificent opportunity.
Beginning and ending in the Yukon capital city of Whitehorse, this trek on the Chilkoot trail will show you all that makes Northwest Canada so extraordinary. On the trail there is an endless collection of rivers, creeks, peaks, pastures, valleys and ridges. As a result, you will see an entire world that constantly shifts from step to step and minute to minute. Thus stimulating all of your senses, over and over again throughout each day.
The list of highlights you will get to enjoy during this trip is incredibly long. It includes amazing spots like Finnegan’s point, Lake Lindeman, Lake Bennet and much more. Also, for a large portion of the trip you will be camping under the stars, so those highlights span both night and day.
Wonderfully isolated, full of coastal rain forest, and populated by an array of beautiful wild life, this trek on the Chilkoot trail will take you where few ever venture. And to give you some historical context, you will be following in the footsteps of stampeders looking for riches over a century ago. There are even remnants of their journeys still present on the trail itself!
It is important that participants on this trip are in good physical condition because we will be trekking from 3 to 10 hours per day, covering distances from 8 to 13 kilometers.
Trekking on the Chilkoot trail is an unforgettable experience. If you would like to enjoy it for yourself, just send us a request.
Along with the guiding fee, the price also includes accommodation, meals, camping and kitchen equipment, emergency equipment, airport transfers, private transportation and park permits and fees. However, the price does not include airfare, insurance, personal items and taxes.