Yukon Wide Adventures was founded in 1991 under the name “Log Cabin Adventures Yukon”. In recent years the company developed into a very successful german and english speaking Yukon tour operator and outfitter.
In 2008 and 2009 Yukon Wide Adventures was awarded the “Yukon Tourism Award of Excellence, Marketing Innovation Award”. YWA received this Award from the Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon for the outstanding and creative work in serving tourism. Already in 2007 Yukon Wide Adventures was approved by National Geographic to be listed as one of the “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”.
We provide year around wilderness outdoor activities. Our services include the planning of individual tours, canoe/kayak- and equipment rentals, all transportations, motorhome and camper rentals as well as accommodation in our Log Cabin. We offer professional canoe, hiking, wildlife and custom-made guided tours Yukon-wide. Next to our year around guided tours we offer a variety of typical Yukon winter activities to give you an experience that last a lifetime.
Thomas de Jager took over the company in 2003, as the new owner. He has over 25 years canoeing experience and participated successfully in more than 100 national and international competitions in wildwater canoeing. He is very capable to pass on his skills to experienced canoeists as well as beginners. Thomas is in possession of a german instructor certification and has trained several years with the young talents of the Monheimer Canoe Club 1972 e.V.
Besides his canoe experience, Thomas guided Alpine skigroups for many years in the European Alps. His knowledge in winter sport activities is very valuable for our extended individual winter program.
Since 2006 his wife Kelly is working in the company as well. Next to her adventure tourism studies, Kelly has practicle experience as a wilderness guide. Her skills and education in watersports and wilderness first aid as well as volunteering with ski patrol, are an addition to our tours.
Our qualified guides are familiar with the nature, wildlife and know how to handle difficult situations as well as the weather conditions in the Yukon. They can give you secret tips and special information about remote areas. We are definitely interested in planning and guiding your “adventure of a lifetime”. Satisfaction and safety of our customers are very important for our company !
Since 2004 the company operates under:
It is our goal to show our clients the untouched nature and unique biodiversity of the Yukon. We prefer travelling with small groups to guarantee a unforgettable experience and nature display. Continuously rising numbers confirm customer satisfaction with our services and the quality of our tours.
You can contact us at any time and ask for your customized tour offer.
We create your Yukon Adventure!
…about our company
- Commercial registered in Whitehorse, Yukon, January 2004, under the name Yukon Wide Adventures
Since October 2015 commercial registeren in Whitehorse, Yukon under the name Yukon Wide Adventures Inc.
- Commercial registered in Whitehorse, Yukon, February 1991, under the name Log Cabin Adventures Yukon
- General Liability Insurance – CANSURE – insurance coverage $1.000.000 CAN.
- Member of Tourism Industry Association of Yukon
- Member of Wilderness Tourism Association of Yukon
- Member of German Canoe Association e.V.
We have personal experience on following trips:
- Yukon River, Marsh Lake to Dawson City
- Teslin River, Johnson’s Crossing to Yukon River confluence
- Big Salmon River, Quiet Lake to Yukon River confluence
- Nisutlin River, South Canol Road to Teslin Village
- Liard River, Caribou Lakes to Upper Liard
- McQuesten River, north of Mayo to Klondike Hwy.
- Stewart River, Stewart Landing to Dawson City
- Pelly River, Ross River to Pelly Crossing
- Takhini River, Kusawa Lake to Yukon River confluence
- Snake River, Duo Lakes to Taco Bar
- South MacMillan River, VW Bus to Pelly Crossing
- Dezadeash River, Dezadeash Lake to Haines Junction
- Chilkoot Trail, Dyea to Bennett and Log Cabin
- Sheep Bullion Plateau Trail, north Kluane National Park
- Bullion Creek Trail, north Kluane National Park
- Cottonwood Trail, south Kluane National Park
- King’s Throne, south Kluane National Park
- Auriol Trail, south Kluane ational Park
- Mount Monolith View Point, Tombstone Territorial Park, Dempster Highway
- Grizzly Lake Loop, Tombstone Territorial Park, Dempster Highway
- Angelcomp, Tombstone Territorial Park, Dempster Highway
- Goldensides, Tombstone Territorial Park, Dempster Highway
- Furthermore lot of hikes on unnamed trails around Kusawa Lake, Fish Lake, Cole Lake, Takhini Hot Springs, Miles Canyon