Archive:  2016

A Unique Perspective
August 2nd, 2016
Matt and his brother Mike are in their early twenties, and come from a small town in Ontario called Fonthill. They are living and working here with us for the summer and I asked them if they would share their Yukon impressions and experience with our readers. I am certain that you will appreciate their personal insight into life in the far north of Canada.
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Let Us Help You Celebrate
July 20th, 2016 in Events
Discovery Yukon Lodgings would be pleased to help you celebrate your event.  Birthdays, weddings, renewal of wedding vows, anniversaries, family reunions, or any other reason you would like to celebrate.
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New Mother in Town
June 26th, 2016 in Yukon Plants & Animals
Grizzlies feeding on plants such as dandelion is a common site along the Alaskan Highway at this time of year. These photos were taken roughly 80 kilometers south of Discovery Yukon Lodgings, on return from a trip to Whitehorse. The mother bear was quite small, provoking our curiousity about some facts surrounding grizzly reproduction. Here are some details that we think you will find interesting.
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There is nothing quite as enjoyable as planning the details of your next vacation. After a long winter, you may be thinking about an outdoors adventure, where you can spend each and every second of your free time outdoors in a stunning natural setting, enjoying the long days and the warm weather.
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A New Season Begins
May 14th, 2016 in Camping in the Yukon
Here we are again - back at the start of another fun packed season at Discovery Yukon Lodgings!  The campground has been open since May 1st and the Alaska Highway is already busy with travellers and adventurers.
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And the winner is ......
April 3rd, 2016 in Events
Thanks to our judge, Carrie Jenkins, a professional photographer with Cityline Websites, we can now annouce the winners of our first ever DYL photo competition.  Thanks to every one who entered, it was a hard job for our judge to choose the winners, but here they are:
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Yukon Quest 1000 Mile Dog Sled Race
February 5th, 2016 in Events
The Yukon Quest is a world famous Yukon attraction! Yukon Quest is a dog sled race that happens every February. Racers travel between Fairbanks, Alaska, and Whitehorse, Yukon. It is often considered the most difficult sled dog race in the world, owing to Yukon and Alaskan winter conditions and the independence racers require when completing the race.
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