Yukon Flyin Fishing Lodges and Resorts Vacations
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Welcome to the last frontier - Welcome to Canada's Yukon
flyin fishing resorts and wilderness adventures...

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Wolf Lake Wilderness Lodge

Activities: Sport Fishing, Nature, Photography

Wolf Lake Wilderness Lodge, located in the deep wilderness of the Yukon Territories, is surrounded by breathtaking scenery with an abundance of wildlife. You will be truly amazed at the exciting fishing experience that we provide for Lake Trout, Arctic Grayling, and Northern Pike.  Wolf Lake provides ample variety and challenge.  20 - 30 pound Lake Trout are caught
and released on a regular basis with many trophy fish in the 50 pound range. Northern Pike, many 20-30 lbs patrol the shoreline while the Wolf River is stuffed with the some of biggest Arctic Grayling in the world. You get all this adventure while you relax 'Klondike Style' and enjoy our famous American Plan hospitality.

Each of our 4 guest cottages offers a spectacular view of Wolf Lake and the Pelly Mountains. Our cottages are comfortably furnished and complete with private washroom facilities. These spacious cottages may be shared by two or three persons. Pillows, bedding, towels and daily housekeeping are provided. An eight-person wood-burning hot tub tops it all off!

Located 120 miles east of Whitehorse, your flight will introduce you to the scenic and rugged beauty and provide an exciting transition to an environment of peace, serenity and outdoor adventure.

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Location and Access: Wolf Lake, - Float Plane
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
English

Grizzly Creek Lodge Grizzly Creek Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Canoeing, Nature, Photography,Stop Over

Grizzly Creek Lodge, on Toobally Lake, offers the unique opportunity to experience a land virtually untouched by humans. Fly-in and fish for huge Lake trout, Northern pike & Arctic grayling that live in large numbers, in waters as pure as they were 100 years ago. Both lodges & cabins, offer lake views, flexible options to make your stay comfortable, on-site laundry & housekeeping services.
Wildlife viewing & photography trips by either canoe or kayak, allow you to encounter a haven brimming with wildlife including moose, bear, wolves & a wide range of bird species, to name a few. Once the lake freezes, come and ski, snowshoe or ice fish. We cater to smaller groups & families to give you a personalized experience in the unspoiled wilderness of the Yukon.

Float Plane Pilots – Need a stop over? Bed & breakfast lodging includes dinner, breakfast and boat & motor access. Contact us for more details.

 

Location and Access: Tagish - Flyin
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
English

Peacock's Yukon Camps

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Photography

Fishing in the remote lakes of Canada's Yukon Territory remains one of the great adventures in the last frontier. Let Peacock's Yukon Camps fly you and your friends to one of 8 secluded lakes, 60 to 115 miles north of Whitehorse, in the Yukon River basin to enjoy some of the best fishing in the world. Most guests catch at least one fish over 20 pounds. Our lakes have produced lake trout up to 50 pounds and northern pike up to 45 pounds. Three of the lakes also have Arctic Grayling and all have whitefish and burbot. While regulations allow one trophy of each species for mounting, our guests prefer to have a taxidermist produce a replica. Only small fish may be kept for eating in camp. Fly fishermen have discovered great sport catching trout, pike, and whitefish.

Coghlan Lake Lodge is a 'three bedroom house in the wilderness'. The downstairs is log with a rustic living room area plus dining and kitchen areas. The frame upper floor has the three bedrooms and an indoor bathroom. 3 deep 14' boats with 9.9 hp motors. 20' pontoon Boat with 25 hp motor, life jackets, landing nets, and you provide groceries, personal gear, fishing tackle, and license. The lodge has a caretaker living in a separate cabin to ensure you of a trouble free vacation.
The Outpost camps can accommodate parties of from two to 12 with only one camp per lake and only one party in a camp at any time. Deep 14' boats are supplied based on two fishermen per boat. All the camps are housekeeping and the lakes are small enough so that guides are not necessary.

Our forest-surrounded lakes are located in scenic settings, where under the 24 hours of daylight in early summer, avid fisherman can cast or troll to his heart's content or just relax and enjoy nature. There are bald eagles, loons, ravens, arctic terns, beavers, lynx, mink, marten, caribou, moose and bear to watch and photograph in their natural setting.

Location and Access: Coughlan Lake - Float Plane
Accommodation: Lodge, Outposts
Dining Room -No
Store - No
Open June - September
Children - Yes
Playground - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
English

Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Canoeing, Nature, Photography, Dogsledding,

Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge - one of Yukon's premier wilderness getaways - is situated in beautiful southeastern Yukon on a secluded lake nestled in the northern foothills of Canada's famed Rocky Mountains. Accessible only by water or air, the lodge offers a true respite from traffic, computers, headlines, and other stresses of modern-day life. Flora and fauna abound and the surrounding wilderness teems with wildlife invites exploration. Open summers and winters, Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge provides unparalleled opportunities for fishing, canoeing, hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, snowshoeing, and aurora viewing, Whether you stay close to the lodge or venture farther afield, your visit to Frances Lake will seduce your senses, rejuvenate your body, invigorate your spirit, and nourish your soul.

The lodge consists of the main log cabin and five lovingly-crafted log guest cabins. Meals are served in the main lodge—where our chef will gladly prepare your catch for dinner—and guests are welcome anytime to peruse the many northern books in the library or simply relax in the bright, cozy living room. Guest cabins strike the perfect balance between rustic pleasures and modern comforts: wood stoves and kerosene lamps provide heat and light the old-fashioned way, yet each cabin is equipped with portable flush toilets and comfortable beds with fresh linen and warm quilts. All guest cabins afford beautiful lake views and are within easy walking distance of the main lodge. Guests—and there are only a few at a time—also have access to a hot shower and a four-person wood-heated sauna, located in a separate log building.

Frances Lake Wilderness Lodge & Tours offers great escapes, interesting nature tours, dogsledding and wilderness excursions at our secluded location in the Yukon's southeast region.
The Altherrs offer a variety of all-inclusive packages ranging from lodge-based getaways to guided, multi-day excursions that explore the waterways and backcountry of the highly scenic Frances Lake area. Canoe enthusiasts appreciate the opportunity to explore waterways that are rarely explored by other people with vista after vista of mountains, forests, lakes and rivers, as nature intended them.

Location and Access: Frances Lake , - Drive To or Flyin
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - Yes
English

Tin Cup Wilderness Lodge

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Photography, Hiking

Tincup Wilderness Lodge is a fly-in only, luxury lodge nestled in an area of unrivaled natural beauty deep in the heart of the Yukon's Ruby Range Mountains. In this incredible landscape, offering every imaginable recreational, wildlife and wilderness experience, we strive to provide our guests with every possible amenity and unforgettable vacation of exceptional relaxation, adventure and indulgence. Tincup Lake itself is best known for its exceptional fishing - in particular, lake trout and Arctic grayling. Other species include whitefish and northern pike. We promote the use of barbless, single hooks and advocate catch, photograph and release but also enjoy meals with freshly caught fish at the lodge.

Our main lodge offers sweeping views of the lake and surrounding mountains, and features a dining room, bar, kitchen and large outdoors deck with a hot tub for our guests. The duplex cedar-log guest cabins each have their own cozy wood stove, covered verandah and private bathrooms. Following dinner, our resident Yukon First Nations guide will entertain guests with own true life experiences in the Yukon as well as First Nation history and life in the Yukon. Movies , a VCR and monitor are available. After an exhilarating day, relax in the hot-tub overlooking the lake, read a book on the veranda and then conclude the day in the private lake-front sauna.

Tincup Wilderness Lodge is much more than just a great fishing experience. Learn more about the incredible flora and fauna as you ramble down wilderness game trails followed for centuries by migrating caribou ,moose, Dall sheep and grizzly bears. Experience the tranquility of Tincup Lake's pure waters from a canoe or kayak. Guided day hikes range from nice ,easy treks to more strenuous hikes up any one of the 1500 to 2000 metre high mountains offer guests the opportunity to see and photograph wildlife, flowers and panaramic vistas of unspoiled Yukon wilderness.The Lodge provides it's guests with unlimited use of it's cedar canoe, rowboat and one person kayaks to glide up guietly and observe at close range, moose and other animals grazing at the waters edge.

Location and Access: Tincup Lake - Float Plane
Accommodation: Cabins
Dining Room -Yes
Store - Yes
Open June - September
Children - Yes
Sauna - Hot Tub
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
English


 
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