Canada's North Klondike Highway winds through the southeastern part of Yukon, cutting through massive boreal forests and running along the clear mountain lakes and rivers of the area, such as Lake Laberge and the famous Yukon River. Hikers, road trippers, and sportsmen frequent the highway to travel through the campgrounds and pristine wilderness along its path.
Alongside the Takhini Hot Spring Road lies the Yukon Wildlife Preserve. The reserve features a variety of wildlife particularly Canadian mammals such as moose, elk, caribou, mule deer, stone sheep, mountain goat, bison, muskoxen, Dall sheep and lynx. This is a vast area for viewing with a stretch of over 300 hectares of wetlands, flat lands, steep rock cliffs and rolling hills.