The remote land of the Yukon offers the same dramatic sceneries that the Canadian Rockies and Alaska have in spades - massive snow-covered mountains inhabited by wolves and bears, and emerald lakes flanked by pine forest - but the Yukon's absence of real tourism gives it a sense of isolation like no other. This trip couples outstanding natural beauty and wildlife with fascinating goldrush history. White Pass and Yukon Railroad - Follow the journey of the Gold Rush stampeders on the spectacular vintage mountain railway from Carcross to Skagway Kluane National Park - Spot eagle and grizzly bear, or choose to take a helicopter flight, taking a birds-eye view of the worlds largest non-polar icefields Dawson - Relax in the one-time 'Paris of the North', now a living museum of Gold Rush history on the banks of the Yukon River
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