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Yukon Experience
Yukon Wildlife Preserve logo      
Though knitting and qiviuq are the focus of the weekend, you will also experience the Yukon. In addition to seeing the muskox at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, you will have an informative tour of the Preserve to see the other northern animals – caribou, mule deer, bison, moose, elk, mountain goats & sheep.
Takhini Hot Springs logo      
Just down the road from the Preserve is Takhini Hot Springs, a natural mineral spring where you can swim or soak to relax. At the end of March, it will still be winter in the Yukon, but the sun will have returned. You will sit in the hot pools, head cool, body hot, enjoying the mountains that surround you. It is a wonderful experience!
Historic SS Klondike paddlewheeler on the shores of the Yukon River in downtown Whitehorse, Yukon in the winter.   City of Whitehorse Tour
A City of Whitehorse Tour featuring historic buildings from the gold rush era and the building blitz of the Alaska Highway will give you a sense of what makes this northern capital so distinctive! Whitehorse is known as “the wilderness city” ... a blend of spectacular northern scenery, vibrant community life and all the services you need, including Knit Now, the local yarn shop! (What more does a person need?)
    Gallery Tours  
Yukon Artists @ Work gallery logo   Yukon Artists at Work  
A highlight of the city tour will be a visit to Yukon Artists at Work. This gallery showcases the work of Yukon artists, including fibre artists working with a variety of fabrics, combined materials and techniques. You will be amazed by how prolific and talented our community is!



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