The Yukon River is a major waterway from its source in British Columbia, Canada, winding thru Canada's Yukon Territory and then cutting Alaska in half and emptying into the Bering Sea. It is the longest river in Alaska and Yukon. The Yukon River is not only an important transportation and food source for many who live along its banks it is the stage for many tales of gold rush lore from the Klondike Gold Rush era.
Today visitors can fly in to a village located along the banks of the Yukon River or cross the only bridge in Alaska over this mighty river along the Dalton Highway and explore up-close. During the winter months the river freezes over and one can walk right out on top of it and search the dark sky for the magical Aurora Borealis.
Arctic Circle Winter Fly Drive - Northbound
Arctic Circle Winter Fly Drive - Southbound
Arctic Circle Aurora Drive Adventure
Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure - Northbound
Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure - Southbound
Arctic Circle Midnight Sun Drive Adventure
Arctic Circle Fly Drive Adventure - Northbound
Arctic Circle Midnight Sun Fly Drive Adventure - Southbound
Arctic Circle Winter Drive Adventure
Arctic Circle Yukon River Aurora Drive Adventure
Arctic Ocean Adventure
Arctic Circle Aurora Overnight Adventures
Journey Above the Arctic Circle - Fort Yukon