Affordable one-way flights to Whitehorse
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Get ready to explore the Canadian wilderness! Whitehorse is a nature lover's dream; untouched nature abounds. We at Condor have cheap flights to Whitehorse, and as soon as you land you can explore stunning forests and pristine mountain ranges and kayak along the Yukon river. Take advantage of our flights to experience Canada itself and throw yourself into an exciting nature experience. Cheap flights from just about every major European city can be found with us.
A flight to Whitehorse puts you in the capital and largest city in the Yukon. Alongside fantastic nature, the town's history as a gold rush town make Whitehorse an interesting destination for history buffs as well. There are still many relics from the "golden age" of the Yukon territory as well as numerous museums. Whitehorse is a gorgeous destination any time of year, and with a cheap flight from Condor you can explore it all.
Upcoming flights to Whitehorse
A flight to Whitehorse takes less time than you may think; there are direct flights from Frankfurt which can get you to Whitehorse is just over 9 hours! If you are travelling from another European city, you must transfer flights at least once. The Erik Nielsen Whitehorse airport is easily reached from Vancouver, Calgary, or Edmonton and these Canadian airports are reachable from most major cities in Europe. We have unbeatable rates so book your cheap flight with us.
The Erik Nielsen Whitehorse airport is located a mere 5.5 kilometres from downtown Whitehorse. After your flight lands, you can jump into any one of the many taxis that can quickly and comfortably get you to your accommodations. Another option is to hire a car for the duration of your stay; this allows you more mobility for exploration of the beautiful countryside surrounding Whitehorse and the countryside.
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Top sights in Canada
The carefully restored S. S. Klondike provides an insight into the historical gold rush era. The sternwheeler was built in 1937 and made its last run in 1955. The staff is well trained and has a very detailed knowledge regarding the history of the region.
Yukon Wildlife Preserve
This extensive nature reserve is a unique wildlife experience. 10 species of northern Canadian mammals call the park home and visitors can view these creatures in their natural environment. The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is spread across 700 acres of unspoilt land. Be sure to bring your hiking shoes and camera!
Located on the Yukon River, Miles Canyon is found within the Whitehorse municipality just a few minutes drive from downtown. Numerous hiking trails lead you to various waterfalls, a suspension bridge, and some terrific lookout points provide views of the canyon and the surrounding area.
Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre
This small museum in Whitehorse is a must for anyone interested in the geology and ancient history of the area. You can explore how the Yukon looked during the Ice Age, complete with interactive exhibits, reconstructions of ancient animals like woolly mammoths and much more.
The name says it all: the waters of Emerald Lake are a lovely emerald green colour and extremely cold! The lake is a quick and easy stop off the highway and well worth it. You can also strap on your hiking boots and explore the area which was formed by glaciers ages ago.