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Cheap and Adventurous Yukon Camping Van Tours, Alaska Polar Circle Camping Van Touring,
Canada Budget Camping, Dalton Highway Alaska Tour, Small Group Tours, Explore Alaska Tour
Yukon & Alaska Van Adventure Tour from/to Whitehorse


Day 01
Whitehorse - Tok
Alaska is a territory of immense beauty and startling contrasts: sweeping glaciers feed turquoise green lakes, towering mountains frame open vistas of orange moss tundra, grizzly bears casually fish for salmon along raging rivers. In this last frontier our camping tour of Alaska and the Yukon takes us into four national parks, areas that contain the highest mountain ranges in North America: Kluane, St.Elias-Wrangell Range and Mt. McKinley. We'll travel past sweeping glaciers that meet the road, often seeing wildlife, and travel on famous stretches of road such as the Alaska Highway, the George Parks Highway, the Top of the World Highway and the Klondike Highway. North of Fairbanks, Alaska, we connect with the Dalton Highway, a desolate stretch of gravel that crosses the vastness of the Arctic Circle and terminates at the Arctic Ocean. We make camp just north of the Arctic Circle, keeping a lookout for herds of caribou or grizzlies. Turning south, we head for a soothing soak in the natural hotsprings at Chena. On this adventure vacation of Alaska, you'll discover the spectacular is normal!  Our tour to Alaska begins in Whitehorse, which is just a short 2-hour drive from Kluane NP. We travel west along the Alaska Highway and through Kluane National Park. We take a break for a short hike to Soldier's Summit in the late morning, keeping a lookout for wildlife. We continue our drive to Tok, where we set up camp for the night.
Day 02
Tok - McCarthy/Kennicott
We reach the town of McCarthy via a gravel road that was once an old railway bed. Along route we make a number of picture stops including the abandoned super structures of railway bridges. After we set up camp we head out to explore the village of McCarthy. On Day 3 you have the option to go for a guided glacier ice-walk on the Root Glacier or for the more adventurous you may want to try ice climbing.
Day 03 -
Day 05
McCarthy - Valdez
We drive over Thompson Pass and stop at the Worthington Glacier. Valdez is located on the north shore of Port Valdez, a deepwater fjord in Prince William Sound. It is the southern terminus of the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline. The Richardson Highway, Alaska's first road, passes through the magnificent scenery of the Chugach Mountains. On route we visit Keystone Canyon. On Day 5 travellers have the opportunity to do a cruise out into Prince William Sound or to try some great seakayaking among the glaciers and “iceberg bits” known as “burgies”.
Day 06
Valdez - Anchorage
The drive to Anchorage is punctuated by numerous scenic stops, including the Matanuska Glacier and the Palmer Valley. Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska and is situated at the headland of Cook Inlet. Surrounded by mountains on all sides, Anchorage makes a great stop to re-furbish our supplies before we head out to Denali National Park. While in Anchorage passengers can visit the world famous “Chilkoot Charlies” rustic saloon, and sample a bit of the traditional Alaskan nightlife.
Day 07 -
Day 08
Anchorage – Denali National Park
We drive the scenic George Parks Highway with spectacular views of Mt McKinley and stop at the village of Talkeetna, the starting point for some of the great climbers of the Alaska Range. Later we visit the information centre at Denali National Park and pick up our park and bus tickets. Our tour leader orientates the group to the park area. On Day 8 we spend a full day in the park. This tour includes bus tickets to Eielson visitor centre. From here we can explore the vastness and true wilderness of Denali National Park
Day 09
Denali National Park – Fairbanks – Arctic Circle
From Denali National Park we head north through the city of Fairbanks and along the Elliot Highway (a single lane gravel road) to the isolated tundra of the Arctic Circle, en route stopping at the village of Nennana. At the Arctic Circle we'll experience almost 24 hours of daylight. Our campsite is very rustic, and passengers should be prepared to really “get away from it ALL.” Great views of the Brooks Range.
Day 10
Day 11
Arctic Circle – Chena Hot Springs
From the Arctic Circle we drive southeast to the scenic resort of Chena Hot Springs. Your tour includes entrance to Chena Hot Springs where passengers can enjoy a soak after their night on the tundra. These mineral based hot springs include two indoor whirlpools and large swimming pool, and a large outdoor rock lake pool and whirlpool. Optional activities include, bike and ATV rentals, horsebackriding, or pampering yourself at the resort with a relaxing massage.
Day 12
Chena Hot Springs – Delta Junction
We make our way to Fairbanks where we visit downtown and the University of Alaska. After touring Fairbanks we drive east to Delta Junction, the official end of the Alaska Highway.
Day 13
Delta Junction – Dawson City
After the descent from the Top of the World Highway we reach the Klondike gold rush boomtown of Dawson City. Our camp overlooks the Yukon River and Dawson City. In Dawson City passengers have the option to visit the abandoned Gold Dredge #4, pan for gold and enjoy the nightlife at Diamond Tooth Gertie’s Gambling Saloon. Free time is given to explore local hiking trails, a sternwheeler graveyard, the Palace Grand Hotel, Gaslight Follies and the Klondike Goldrush Museum.
Day 14
Dawson City - Whitehorse
We leave Dawson City to make our way south to Whitehorse. At Moose Creek Lodge, an original roadhouse built during the gold rush years, we visit an authentic trapper's cabin. We also stop at Five Finger Rapids for a short hike down to the Yukon River, where dangerous rapids made it difficult for the sternwheelers to plough the waters. We arrive in Whitehorse at approximately 5:00 pm.
Day 15
Tour End. Transfer to the airport or program extension
Rates per Person CAD$ from / to Whitehorse
Tour Price
Services Included
• 02 Nights Hostel Accommodation
• 12 Nights Camping
• Multi Lingual Tour
• Transportation in 15 Passenger Vans
• Guided Hiking & Sightseeing as per Itinerary
• Airport Transfers
• Entrance Fees
• Denali Shuttle Bus Wildlife Tour
• Spacious 2 Person Tent
• GST Tax
• Alaska State Tax
Important Notes
• Sleeping Bag, Meals not included – add $170.00 for the entire Tour
• Group Size 08-12 Clients
• Single Tent Accommodation $130.00