04/12/2013 | 1 comments
This strikes me as one hell of a way to see what looks like an amazing part of Canada. Wilderness with bike blended Margaritas and endless singletrack. Chuck in some northern lights and a the raddest uplift vehicle and you’ve got a very heady mix.
Here’s the details of how you can make it happen.
Endless miles of flowing singletrack, pristine boreal forests, glacial rivers, long summer days, rich history, warm-hearted locals…
This is mountain biking in Canada. This is the Yukon.
The Yukon Territory is located in Canada’s wild north-west, bordering Alaska. Famous for the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1800s, the outdoor-loving locals have taken advantage of the abandoned trails beaten by the prospectors and turned them into their own kind of gold; mountain biking gold!
With around 800km of trails in the city limits of Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon, you won’t ride the same piece of trail twice on this week-long mountain bike adventure in Canada.
To find out more information visit mountainbikeworldwide.com/yukon