Midnight Sun
Off-Road Adventure

Midnight Sun<br/>Off-Road Adventure

A Mountaintop Midnight Sunset

For over a century, poets and writers have been captivated by “The Land of the Midnight Sun,” as immortalized by the esteemed poet Robert Service. As the Summer Solstice approaches in the Northern Hemisphere’s Far North, each day grows longer, with late sunsets and very early sunrises.

For a few short weeks in June and July, this gives a rare window of nearly 24 hours of natural daylight in the Yukon. And what better way to enjoy this sight, than from clearest heights of a mountainside view?

Combined with the rush of the wild as we take a side-by-side and rip our way off-road to bring you to the best view available, this tour will take your breath away.

The sight of the land bathed in the soft rays of the midnight sun is awe-inspiring and will grant you the perfect opportunity to capture the full majesty of the Yukon landscape.

With a view stretching from Fish Lake and Downtown Whitehorse, all the way to Lake Laberge and Marsh Lake, there’s truly no better way to take in the Yukon.

Along with the unforgettable memories of the Midnight Sun, this tour will give you ample opportunity to take beautiful photos and videos to share with friends and family. Additionally, we will also provide you with hot drinks and a midnight snack to keep you comfortable.

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