Go North

To me, being able to say that you have seen Canada means visiting all the provinces and territories. This list covers the part of that epic cross-country road trip where you head north of 60 to experience the “Great White North”.

As can be expected, there are sites highlighting the history of the Klondike Gold Rush, including the Chilkoot Trail, the Dawson Historical Complex, the S.S. Keno, and Dredge No. 4.

You can visit the Old Log Church Museum, the oldest structure on its original site still standing in Whitehorse, and take in the beauty and grandeur of Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada’s largest national park.



Road Map

Fort Smith, Northwest Territories to Dawson, Yukon Territory

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