Located north of 60, Whitehorse, Yukon is a vibrant town renowned for its wild landscapes and its welcoming, friendly spirit. It is full of and surrounded by unique attractions and natural beauty. Summer is a perfect time to visit - get ready for endless days in the land of the midnight sun.

If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, there is no shortage of mountains and lakes to explore by hiking, biking, or boat. If you’re interested in arts and culture, you won’t want to miss the many exciting events taking place before and after the conference dates: National Indigenous People’s Day on June 21, St. Jean Baptiste Day on June 24, and the Adäka Cultural Festival from June 29 to July 5 will all offer non-stop celebrations, performances, and activities. The weeks around the solstice are generally packed with fun activities and celebrations – please feel free stick around for an extra adventure.

For more information on travel and tourism in Whitehorse and throughout Yukon, visit Yukon Tourism’s website.