Off-Road Adventures -Yukon
Where is a good spot to ATV in the Yukon? With it's amazing scenery and rugged wilderness, this should definitely be on you list of places to ride! Below is your best source for trails in the Yukon.
Cantlie Lake Trail
Take in this 24.1-kilometer trail near Whitehorse, Yukon. Cantlie Lake Road, an OHV corridor that connects a number of trails, is followed by the Cantlie Lake Trail. The route can be traveled on foot or by mountain/gravel bike as well as by off-road vehicle. Bring your fishing pole because Cantile Lake, where the route comes to an end, is stocked.
Take this 439-kilometer trail near Ross River, Yukon, for a spin. Only the most skilled riders can do this! From Norman Wells in the Northwest Territories to Whitehorse in the Yukon, this road was once a pipeline. In 1946-47, the pipelines were only used for a year, and the road was taken out of service after that. In 1958 the street was returned to get to the humble community of Ross Waterway, and is as yet utilized for studying expected mine locales. There are three sections to the route: The intersection of the South and North Canol Roads lasts about 430 kilometers (270 miles) and reaches the Northwest Territories border. Along the Canol Heritage Trail, the part that is the most challenging is There are several rivers that will determine how far you can travel on this trail, so years of planning may not be enough to complete it. At McMillian Pass, the trail comes to an end.
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