Why choose the Yukon?
Nicknamed the Wilderness City, Whitehorse sits on the banks of the Yukon River. In the capital, you can expect all the big-city amenities coupled with spectacular scenery.
The sport facilities are all accessible from downtown, so once you're done for the day you can enjoy what the town has to offer.
Home to an international airport with year-round service from several airlines, Whitehorse is easily accessible to you and your team. It is a mere two hour flight from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.
Whitehorse is serviced by Air North, Yukon's Airline and Air Canada
Facilities and Venues
The Yukon is home to several world class facilities for sporting events. The facilities include the Canada Games Centre, Nordic Centre, Pepsi Softball Complex, and the F.H. Collins Track and Field
What to do
There's always something going on in the territory. Once you're finished your event, you'll want to explore what the Yukon has to offer including festivals, Indigenous cultural events and the wilderness.
It doesn't matter the time of year, there's always something going on in the Yukon. The territory plays host to several events that bring in people from all over the country and world.