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Whitehorse

Located on the banks of the Yukon River, surrounded by mountains and impressive wilderness, sits Whitehorse, Yukon. While modest in population, Whitehorse is a lively hub of arts, culture and adventure. It has all the big city accommodations you need, but in a small-town setting. The result is the perfect blend of city life and the outdoors.

Where to stay

Your home away from home, the Yukon Inn is conveniently located right downtown, walking distance to restaurants, shopping and attractions.

Lights Out Tournament participants receive a rate of $100/night. Use code ‘basket.’

To book:

Call: (867) 667-2527
E-mail: reservations@yukoninn.com

What to do

Relax

Looking to unwind between games? We’ve got you covered.

Takhini Hot Springs

Only a 20 minute drive from Whitehorse, the Takhini Hot Springs consists of two natural hot spring pools that are rich in minerals. Lights Out Tournament participants receive 20% off their entry fee.

Canada Games Centre

Built for the 2007 Canada Winter Games, the Canada Games Centre has a steam room, sauna, and hot tub, as well as a 25-metre pool, two hockey rinks, indoor soccer pitch, running track, multi-use area and full gym.

Experience

There’s always something exciting to do in the Yukon. Choose from a number of outdoor activities like dog mushing, skiing, snowshoeing or aurora viewing. Lights Out Tournament participants receive 20% off a dog sled ride from Muktuk Adventures. For more information and to book your adventure visit muktuk.com.

If the outdoors isn’t for you, visit any one of our historical or cultural sites of interest.

Yukon’s own Sourdough Rendezvous festival runs February 7th to 23rd. Join us for a wide variety of unique events and activities including the Chainsaw Chuck, Flour Packing and Hard Water Canoe!

For more information on things to do, visit:

travelyukon.com

yukonwild.com