Winter in Canada’s North/Lodge Stay
Canada is known for its wide-open spaces, outdoors lifestyle and stunning scenery and the Yukon in Canada’s northwest has plenty of this. Know for the gold rush and discoveries, the Yukon is now known as an outdoor adventure mecca.
The Boreale Ranch, set in the heart of the 16 breathtaking acres of the Boreale Forest sums it all up. Chrissy has defined this Ranch as “all things Yukon” and with the Yukon being all about the outdoor wilderness, the team fall in love.
With a stunning backdrop of The Seven Sisters, there are four lodge rooms with everything you need including very comfy beds and doonas! The Lodge has a maximum of 8 guests at one time, making it a very intimate stay.
One reason why people do visit the Yukon is for the night sky. Sit around the campfire and enjoy the show the Northern Lights will put on for you during the winter months. You can also go for a hot tub, go skiing, or even just enjoy the friendly housedogs.
Relax and learn about your local environment over a hearty Yukon meal and a glass of wine, and in the morning? Be delighted with a lovely breakfast to recharge for a big day travelling the mighty Yukon. This lodge will make you feel at one with the Yukon.
For more information, visit the Boreale Explorers website on: be-yukon.com
The Travel Yukon website on: www.travelyukon.com
And the Destination Canada website on: www.canada.travel