The Yukon is accessible by air, land or sea.
Planes arrive at the Whitehorse International Airport with flights from Germany, Austria, Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary.
- Air North, Yukon’s Airline provides passenger and cargo service across the North and connects Whitehorse with British Columbia and Alberta. www.flyairnorth.com
- Condor flies from Frankfurt Germany once a week May through October. www.condor.de
- Air Canada is one of Canada’s major airlines with international connections www.aircanada.ca
The Alaska Highway from Dawson Creek, British Columbia to Whitehorse is 1400 kilometres of the most scenic travel on earth.
The Stewart Cassiar Highway (No.37) connects the Yukon to northern British Columbia.
Check the Yukon Road Report a Yukon government highway information service. You can also call 511 for audio road reports.
Government operated ferries travel the inside passage along the coast of British Columbia and Alaska. You can take the B.C. ferry from Port Hardy on Vancouver Island to Prince Rupert B.C. www.bcferries.com
In Prince Rupert you can transfer to the Alaska Ferry System & Marine Highway When you reach Skagway, you can catch a bus or train www.wpyr.com to Whitehorse.
For more information on how to get to the Yukon, visit travelyukon.com/getting-here-around