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Miles Canyon Road, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Miles Canyon is very close to Whitehorse, the scenery is so amazing, the river in the canyon is shining green and our family loved to stay there. We both agreed the scenery could reach to national park level. Don’t miss it.

Thank SweeKathy_Tian
Reviewed 2 days ago

We spent half a day walking along the pathway lining the side of the cliff of the canyon. The 'suspension bridge' offers breathtaking, but eery perspective of the power of the crystal blue waters of the mighty Yukon River. Best description penned in 1883 by...More

Thank katlucier
Reviewed 5 days ago

The green-blue hue of the water of the Yukon River is breathtaking, and so are the views. There are a few hike options. The one close to the river is the one with the best views but there are a couple of steeper climbs. Some...More

1  Thank FrancoCanada204
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always a great place to be, go for a nice stroll or just sit and watch! A perfect place for taking pictures and just enjoying a little piece of our Yukon history

Thank RoseF-Yukon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Gorgeous views. Free guided nature walk. Very interesting. Walk was easy enough for me as a fit 70 yr old.

Thank BarbBaill
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We drove up to see the canyon and it was well worth the drive. The view is incredible especially from the suspension bridge.

Thank Grant_MacTavish
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a perfect short hike on a trail that takes you along the canyon ridge. For all hiking skill levels.

Thank escapingNY
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited in June 2018, what beautiful views and nice hiking trails. The suspension bridge was good to see as well.

Thank RicAng_13
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

pretty walk and not over crowded...depends which side of the river you choose to walk on but we were comfortable with not having swarms of people around us...please be carefulwhen walking above the river as the trail does slope a bit

Thank DarrellDawn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A few minutes south-east from the downtown visit a natural gem too: hike, canoeing, fishing, or water sports.

Thank Godschild7
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kimpeez
September 15, 2017|
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Response from David M | Reviewed this property |
Guided tours take about 90 minutes Hope you enjoy David
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kayh602016
February 3, 2017|
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Response from Mary A |
This area is closed in the winter time. So in the summertime, renting a bicycle is also a great idea! You could then take the trails and check out more of the area.
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travelnut101
July 3, 2016|
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Response from Dave Z | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can. There are tour busses that go down all the time, and I personally drove a 112 passenger bus down when I worked for summer camps. The trick is to not park in the lower parking lot that gets really tight with... More
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