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Miles Canyon, a few miles outside central Whitehorse, offers a number of pleasant walking paths through the woods that line both sides of the canyon. On a sunny day the striking blue waters are certainly worth viewing. All in all, very tranquil. Bring good quality...More
This is a dramatic natural feature, where the Yukon River has cut its way down through a flow of basaltic lava, which flowed about 8.5 million years ago. Some nice hiking trails on one side of the river.
Beautiful hike that can be anywhere from 1km to 15km. You can basically stop anywhere you want then turn around. Views are beautiful, people are friendly, it is dog friendly too. Some interpretive signs at the parking lot before you head out. Parking lot was...More
In the summer, students give tours every day at 10 and 2. They are about 2 hours long. They are fun and informative. I learned so much! It is the most beautiful view, and an easy hike for all ages. Our group consisted of 3...More
We joined a free guided walk from the Suspension Bridge along the Canyon with the guides from Yukon Conservation Society who do 2 walks a day 10 am and 2 pm. Spectacular views. We learned about Northern species of plants and the stories about the...More
I have hiked miles canyon a few times and paddled it last weekend. The hike can be as long as you wish and has hills but is not terribly difficult. I follows the lovely turquoise waters of the river and there is even one or...More
This beautiful canyon is reminiscent of the Grand Canyon, originally a portage point in the late 1800s, the latter White Pass and Yukon route are easily seen. The road ends at a hydro-electric power plant.
The canyon on a sunny day is well worth the drive from Whitehorse. It is an excellent walk and there is a suspension bridge for a bit more excitement.
Watch your kids on the rim walk as it is very close to the edge and...More