Scenic Drives Trails in Yukon, Canada
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Scenic Drives Trails in Yukon, Canada

8
Scenic Drives
69 - 1390 mi
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Yukon has 8 scenic drives trails. These trails range from 69 to 1390 miles in length. The most popular trail is Dempster Highway. Trails.com member Wendy W. recently completed Alaska Highway (Yukon Territory Section) with Tagish Road, Whitehorse, & Aishihik Road Side Trip.
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Paved highway from Whitehorse to Dawson City in the Yukon; 527 kilometers (327 miles). ...
Gravel road from Dawson City, Yukon Territory, to a junction with Taylor Highway in Alaska; ...
Description: Wide gravel highway from Klondike Highway to Inuvik, Northwest Territories; ...
Paved and gravel byway from Stewart Crossing to Keno City, in the Yukon; 111 kilometers ...
Paved highway from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to Skagway, Alaska; 159 kilometers (99 ...
Like the Alaska Highway, the Canol Road was conceived during the early stages of World ...
Gravel highway from Watson Lake to Carmacks through the Yukon interior; 602 kilometers ...
West of Liard River Hot Springs, the Alaska Highway follows the British Columbia-Yukon ...
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