Exploring the Yukon: Wilderness and adventure in Canada

Visit the Yukon in autumn, when the fall colors will blow your mind. Canada’s westernmost province is also its least populated—the Arctic Circle crosses right through it—but the culture and nature of the place is beyond belief. Travelers Jess & Quin experienced it in all its diversity—foraging for berries to make scones, camping in the backcountry, hiking with huskies, and getting a front row seat to see the Northern Lights dance in the sky.

This video is proudly produced in partnership with Destination Canada.

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