Best Scenic Drives in Yukon

This list represents the most popular scenic drives in Yukon. Use this list to plan your next Yukon scenic drives trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Top of the World Highway

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    Dawson, YT

    Gravel road from Dawson City, Yukon Territory, to a junction with Taylor Highway in Alaska; 127 kilometers (79 miles). This highway climbs through the high country west of Dawson City, providing ...
    •  79 miles
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    Gravel road from Dawson City, Yukon Territory, to a junction with Taylor Highway in Alaska; 127 kilometers (79 miles). This ...

  • #2 Klondike Highway with Klondike Gold Fields Loop Side Trip

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    Whitehorse, YT

    Paved highway from Whitehorse to Dawson City in the Yukon; 527 kilometers (327 miles). The Klondike Highway is a well-paved route that connects the Yukon capital of Whitehorse with Dawson City ...
    •  327 miles
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    Paved highway from Whitehorse to Dawson City in the Yukon; 527 kilometers (327 miles). The Klondike Highway is a well-paved ...

  • #3 White Pass with Annie Lake Road and Dyea Road Side Trip

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    Carcross, YT

    Paved highway from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to Skagway, Alaska; 159 kilometers (99 miles). The White Pass route follows an ancient travel corridor from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to the ...
    •  99 miles
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    Paved highway from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, to Skagway, Alaska; 159 kilometers (99 miles). The White Pass route follows ...

  • #4 Dempster Highway

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    Dawson City, YT

    Description: Wide gravel highway from Klondike Highway to Inuvik, Northwest Territories; 741 kilometers (460 miles). The Dempster is Canada’s great highway to the Arctic, stretching more than ...
    •  460 miles
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    Description: Wide gravel highway from Klondike Highway to Inuvik, Northwest Territories; 741 kilometers (460 miles). The ...

  • #5 Canol Road

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    Teslin, YT

    Like the Alaska Highway, the Canol Road was conceived during the early stages of World War II as a means of supplying strategic military outposts in Alaska. Military planners envisioned a pipeline ...
    •  287 miles
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    Like the Alaska Highway, the Canol Road was conceived during the early stages of World War II as a means of supplying strategic ...

  • #6 Alaska Highway (Yukon Territory Section) with Tagish Road, Whitehorse, & Aishihik Road Side Trip

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    Watson Lake, YT

    West of Liard River Hot Springs, the Alaska Highway follows the British Columbia-Yukon border westward, crossing it seven times before reaching the town of Watson Lake. After traversing a broad ...
    •  1390 miles
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    West of Liard River Hot Springs, the Alaska Highway follows the British Columbia-Yukon border westward, crossing it seven ...

  • #7 Campbell Highway

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    Ross River, YT

    Gravel highway from Watson Lake to Carmacks through the Yukon interior; 602 kilometers (374 miles). This gravel thoroughfare connects Watson Lake and Carmacks, Yukon Territory, and is the most ...
    •  374 miles
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    Gravel highway from Watson Lake to Carmacks through the Yukon interior; 602 kilometers (374 miles). This gravel thoroughfare ...

  • #8 The Silver Trail with Summit Trail Side Trip

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    Mayo, YT

    Paved and gravel byway from Stewart Crossing to Keno City, in the Yukon; 111 kilometers (69 miles). This forgotten byway leaves the Klondike Highway at Stewart Crossing and runs east toward ...
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    Paved and gravel byway from Stewart Crossing to Keno City, in the Yukon; 111 kilometers (69 miles). This forgotten byway ...