Exploring the Yukon: Epic hikes and Northern Lights in Canada

Travelers Quin Schrock and Jess Dales explore the diversity of the Yukon—Canada’s smallest and westernmost territory. With just over 35,000 people in its 183,163 square miles, it’s also the least populated, which leaves it wide open for nature and little changed over the course of human history.

Follow Quin and Jess as they dive into the wilderness in the fall. They catch a helicopter into the Tombstones to do some backcountry camping, head to Whitehorse (the Yukon’s only city) to hike with the huskies, and catch a northern lights show in the Fish Lake region.

The people, food, and culture of the Yukon are unique, and Quin and Jess get to experience it all. Jess says that “it’s been a great mix of wilderness and activities. [The Yukon] has all that but also has a really fun culture.” Quin adds that “it’s a place that people should have on their bucket list.” Now he can cross it off his.

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Destination Canada.

Latest Releases

Makepung: The Story of a Balinese Buffalo Racer

Adaptive mountain biking unites father and son on NC trail

Diversity in the outdoors: North Carolina’s Trailblazers

50 people searched for their state’s best color. Here’s what they found.

Columbia and Matador present: The Cold vs. Gold Challenge

Aruba is a nonstop flight to paradise

Travel by Color: Utah

Travel by Color: Georgia

Travel by Color: New Hampshire

Celebrating Black culture and Asheville's good vibes

6 pro tips for outdoor adventure and photography in Asheville

Along for the ride with the Mirnavator

Malama Kai: To take care of the sea

Along for the ride with Famagogo

Historic vacation in St. Augustine

Load More

Original Films

Load More
Save Bookmark

We use cookies for analytics tracking and advertising from our partners. For more information read our privacy policy.