Yukon - Hike the Tombstone Range

Small Group Holiday

9

CA$

days from

2599

The dramatic wind-carved peaks of Tombstone Territorial Park are perhaps the Yukon's most famous image. Exciting backpacking is augmented by stunning views, plenty of wildlife and a sense of being in the middle of nowhere. This is some of Northern Canada's best hiking.

Activity

Country

Hiking

Canada, Arctic1, NTNUYT

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Basic / Moderate

Moderate / Challenging

Transportation

On foot, vehicle transfers

Accommodation

3 nights hotel / 5 nights wilderness camping

Months of Operation

July, August

Itinerary

DAY 1 Start Whitehorse
DAY 2 Transfer Dawson City
DAY 3 Helicopter to Talus Lake, afternoon hike (3-4 hrs, 5kms)
DAY 4 Hikes in Talus Lake (6-8 hrs, 12kms)
DAY 5 Trek to Divide Lake (5 hrs, 8kms)
DAY 6 Walk Glissade Pass to Grizzly Lake (6 hrs, 6kms)
DAY 7 Walk Grizzly Pass and Twin Lakes Look-out (4 hrs, 6kms)
DAY 8 Trek to Dempster Hwy (8-9 hrs, 11kms), transfer Dawson City
DAY 9 Transfer Whitehorse, trip ends

Inclusions

5 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 5 dinners
Some snacks on trek
3 nights hotel / 5 nights wilderness camping
Certified guides with Wilderness First Aid
Shuttle Whitehorse airport to hotel
All transportation
All group camping equipment including high quality tent, all cooking gear, tarps
Meal preparation
All group first aid equipment
Emergency group communications equipment including radio and satellite phone
Camping fees and permits for Tombstone Territorial Park

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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