Winter in the Yukon

Experience Canada's North

Venture to the far north on an immersive winter trip in the Yukon. Experience the breathtaking Aurora Borealis over snow-capped peaks. Spend your days soaking in the hot springs, dogsledding with huskies, snow shoeing or snowmobiling the endless landscapes.


Featured Experiences

These sample itineraries are family-friendly and fully customizable for small groups. Add-on activities and flights available.

Yukon Winter at the Lake

Yukon Winter at the Lake

Starts: Whitehorse, YT
5 days6
Yukon Aurora Adventure

Yukon Aurora Adventure

Starts: Whitehorse, YT
5 days6
Highlights of Yukon Winter

Aurora Borealis

Witness the mesmerizing dance of the Aurora Borealis in the pristine wilderness of the Yukon. Marvel at nature’s spectacular light show as vibrant ribbons of green, purple, and pink swirl across the night sky. Join a guided Aurora viewing tour from Whitehorse, with transportation to a remote viewing area outside the city complete with a bonfire, heated cabins, and hot beverages. Bring your own smokies to roast over the fire while you watch the skies.

Winter Adventures

Experience the snow covered landscapes with adventures like snow shoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and our favourite – dog sledding with huskies. All of our tours include a winter gear package with insulated jacket, pants, and boots to keep you toasty. Whether you’re seeking adrenaline or serene exploration, the Yukon offers endless possibilities for snowy adventures.

Wilderness Luxury

Embrace the quiet tranquility of Yukon in the Winter in your private cabin or lakeside villa (included in our Winter at the Lake package). Indulge in cozy comforts including a cedar barrel sauna and daily 3-course dinners. Spend your evenings by the bonfire awaiting the Aurora Borealis, and wake up to breathtaking views of snow-dusted landscapes and pristine lakeside vistas.


How It Works

Pick Your Dates & Package

Browse the tours listed above to get an idea of the types of experiences you’re interested in. Each package offers something unique for varying budgets – whether you’re looking for a remote wilderness experience with a touch of luxury (see Winter at the Lake), or a Whitehorse-based package with all the adventure activities (see Aurora Adventure).

Winter tours in the Yukon are available from November-March based on availability, however we recommend visiting in February or March to maximize daylight and temperatures.

Reach Out & Get a Quote

Submit an enquiry or reach out directly at 778-400-5299. Here we’ll learn more about your interests and goals for the trip.

We’ll then provide a custom itinerary and price estimate for you to review and start getting excited. We can include any add-activities as well as flights within Canada.

Deposit & Finalize Details

Once you’re happy with the draft itinerary, we request a non-refundable deposit to finalize the logistics and booking. When the details are set, you’ll receive a final invoice and booking forms. The deposit will go towards the final payment.

Depart on Your Adventure

The fun begins now! We provide a detailed itinerary and booking confirmations, so you can set off on your trip with ease. Our team is available for remote support for the duration of your tour as needed.

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Guest Experience Specialist

Emma McLachlan

As a recent graduate with a Bachelors in Tourism Development, Emma has used her education and career opportunities to explore Canada, from coast to coast. Her previous experience in hotels, adventure guiding and travel consulting has relocated her to Lake Louise, Whistler, Montreal, Banff and Toronto.

Her exploration of the west coast ignited her love for adventure tourism, but also opened her eyes to the communities marginalized at the hands of the tourism industry. This flourished her passion for creating a more thoughtful relationship amongst tourism suppliers, local communities and tourists. With Mosaic Earth Travel, Emma is connecting her passions in regenerative tourism and travel.

Originally from Ontario, Emma’s various relocations exposed her to her favourite activities; including back-country camping and hiking, rollerblading, snowboarding, rock climbing and dreaming of her next adventure. Emma is based in Montreal, QC.

Photographer & Guide

Josh McGarel

An avid photographer for over twelve years, Josh has gained experience with local and international businesses, world-renowned athletes, and individuals to build professional content and brand presence across a variety of platforms.

He has worked on assignment for an expedition cruise operator as Photographer in Residence along the East Coast of Canada, South Georgia, and Antarctica. Here, Josh connected with his love of travel as he documented daily excursions, wildlife, and life onboard, and shared his knowledge of photography through presentations and workshops for passengers.

Hailing from the United Kingdom, Josh has lived in BC since 2014. He spends his time exploring the area by mountain bike and dreaming up crazy photo projects with friends.
Founder & Lead Guide

Pam McGarel

With a Masters of Science in International Development and Sustainable Tourism, Pam has dedicated her career to harnessing the power of travel to support the wellbeing of our planet and its people. She is an experienced guide, planner and project manager with a knack for logistics.

Prior to launching Mosaic Earth, Pam worked in sustainable tourism consulting where she helped develop a globally-recognized certification program for tourism businesses and destinations.

She has experience in public-private partnerships with a polar expedition cruise operator where she built relationships with world-leading field scientists, conservationists, and educators to facilitate their projects alongside the traveller experience. Pam is a member of the Adventure Travel Trade Association and Women Travel Leaders, and loves to connect with values-driven tourism professionals.

Originally from Ontario, Pam moved to BC in 2016 seeking outdoor adventure, with favourite activities including hiking, sea kayaking, snowboarding, and road trips around this beautiful province.