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Point of Information - Photo Stewart River, Yukon bridge
Crossing the Stewart River.
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0.0
Junction of Yukon Highway #11 - The Silver Trail scenic highway
The Silver Trail, a scenic highway that begins at Stewart Crossing on the Klondike Highway, travels through Mayo and leads to the mining camp at Elsa and the Hamlet of Keno. - Mayo, Yukon, was originally established as a river settlement. Silver, zinc and lead ores were loaded on sternwheelers at Mayo to be shipped to Whitehorse. East access to Five Mile Lake Yukon Government Campground (east of Mayo): Camping 20 camp sites, picnic tables, hiking trails, playground
0.4
0.6
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel. East side of highway.
0.6
1.0
Silver City Visitor Information Booth - Photo looking north at the visitor information booth
Roadside gravel turnout, west side of highway. Pit toilets. This is a excellent visitor information center, the staff are knowledgeable of the Silver Trail and area.
7.0
11.2
Access to Ethel Lake Yukon Government Campground
East of highway 24 kms. Ethel Lake Campground has 12 camping sites.
8.0
12.8
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway
8.2
13.2
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
8.3
13.4
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel, no services.
8.5
13.6
Point of Information
Crossing Crooked Creek, Yukon.
12.8
20.6
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
19.1
30.7
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout with garbage container. East side of highway.
19.7
31.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
21.6
34.8
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
27.0
43.4
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
29.3
47.1
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
29.7
47.8
Point of Information
Crossing Willow Creek, Yukon.
32.3
51.9
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
33.9
54.6
Roadside highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
36.9
59.4
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
37.0
59.5
View from highway - Photo Yukon's wild Sweet Peas - June 15th
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
41.6
67.0
Access to Selkirk Nations Heritage Center

42.6
68.6
Community of Pelly Crossing, Yukon - Photo Pelly Crossing highway welcome sign
Home of the Northern Tutchone. Originally, Pelly Crossing was used by Selkirk people as a campsite along the way to Ta'Tla Mun. The surrounding area started developing as a ferry crossing over the Pelly River and a construction camp for workers building the Klondike highway.
42.8
68.9
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
East side of highway.
43.1
69.3
View from highway - Photo looking at the Yukon, Pelly River
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
43.6
70.2
Point of Information - Photo Pelly River Bridge
Crossing the Pelly River, Yukon
43.7
70.4
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel. East side of highway.
43.8
70.5
Access to R V Park Campground
West of highway
43.9
70.6
R.C.M.Police Detachment
East side of highway.
45.4
73.1
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
50.6
81.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
56.2
90.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
60.4
97.2
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
60.9
98.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
63.2
101.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
64.0
103.0
Access to Air Strip
West side of highway.
64.7
104.2
Access to River Cruses to Fort Selkirk
Fort Selkirk is a former trading post on the Yukon River at the confluence of the Pelly River in Canada's Yukon territory. A a Hudson's Bay trading post was built in 1848. There are over 40 historic structures standing along a one kilometre stretch of river terrace at Fort Selkirk. There is no road access, most visitors get there by boat.
68.7
110.6
Point of Information
Crossing McCabe Creek, Yukon.
71.5
115.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
80.4
129.4
Point of Information
Crossing McGregor Creek, Yukon
83.6
134.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
84.3
135.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
84.6
136.1
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
85.7
137.9
Roadside highway turnout Rest Area - Scenic View Point Area
Pit toilets, garbage container. West side of highway. - Photo taken from view area, looking at the Yukon River.
89.3
143.7
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
92.7
149.1
Access to Tatchun Creek Yukon Government Campground
East side of highway. Camping facilities 12 campsites.
92.9
149.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
93.3
150.2
Point of Information
Crossing Tatchun Creek, Yukon.
93.8
150.9
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
94.7
152.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area- Photo taken from view area
Gravel turnout, pit toilets, information sign, picnic tables. NOTE: This is a must see, one can see great views of the Yukon's,Five Fingers Rapids. The Information sign indicates a one km hiking trail will take you to the waters edge view point, for a closer view of the rapids.
94.7
152.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area - View Area- Photo taken from view area
Photo - Looking at the Yukon 5 Fingers Rapids. During the gold rush, the inexperienced stampeders in their heavily-loaded home-made boats faced a real challenge when navigating 5 Fingers Rapids. Sternwheeler pilots had to use all their skill when navigating Five Finger Rapids. Although steamers could navigate downstream fairly easily, they required assistance coming upstream. For many years a set cable was in place that the boats. The cable was wound around a steam-powered capstan, and the boat essentially pulled itself through the channel.
95.8
154.1
Roadside highway turnout
Small gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
100.3
161.4
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
101.5
163.3
Roadside highway turnout
Larger gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
103.8
167.1
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
104.1
167.5
Point of Information
C.B.C. Radio 990 AM.
105.8
170.3
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
106.6
171.6
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
106.8
171.8
View from highway - Photo looking at the Yukon River
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
107.2
172.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
107.3
172.7
Junction of Yukon Highway #4 ' The Robert Campbell Highway'
East to the communities of Little Salmon, Yukon, Faro, Yukon, Ross River, Yukon, Tuchitua, Yukon, Whitehorse, Yukon. The Campbell Highway is mostly gravel, and the most improved section is between Carmacks and Faro, where it has taken the most abuse from trucks hauling ore to Whitehorse and beyond. This highway also intersects Yukon highway # 6 ' The Canol Road', at the community of Ross River and head south to the Alaska Highway at a point east of the city of Whitehorse. The other option is to stay on highway #4 which ends at the Alaska Highway at Watson Lake, Yukon
107.8
173.4
Community of Carmacks, Yukon
Access to lodging, fuel, The Overland Stage route from Whitehorse to Dawson City ran through Carmacks, as did a telegraph line. Carmacks roadhouse and stables were a welcome stop along the way, and when the steamboats started navigating the river, Carmacks was an established stop for wood, and then coal. Before moving on to their gold discovery,
108.6
174.7
Point of Information - Photo looking at bridge crossing the Yukon River
Crossing the Yukon River.
109.2
175.8
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel. West side of highway.
109.4
176.0
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel, R.V. Dump Station. West side of highway.
110.0
177.1
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Picnic tables, pit toilets, information sign. NEXT rest area 32 kms south.
111.7
179.8
Village of Carmacks southern limits.

112.4
180.9
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
112.5
181.1
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
117.4
189.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
121.4
195.3
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
122.1
196.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
123.9
199.4
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
128.4
206.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
130.1
209.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Gravel turnout with information sign. East side of highway. At this turnout are the remains of the 1900s Montague Roadhouse. There is an information sign explaining the history of roadhouses along this original stagecoach trail, from Whitehorse to Dawson City. NOTE; the next rest area is 51 kms south.
138.7
223.2
Twin Lakes Yukon Government Campground
West side of highway. Camping facilities: There are 18 camp sites, and a boat launching site.
139.4
224.3
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. Both sides of highway.
144.9
233.2
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Pit toilets, garbage container. East side of highway.
154.7
249.0
Access to airstrip
East side of highway. Braeburn Airport, also known as the Cinnamon Bun Airstrip
155.1
249.6
Community of Braeburn , Yukon
Services gas. diesel at highway. Access to Braeburn Lodge and access to RV Park Campground.
159.1
256.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
160.9
259.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Pit toilets, garbage container. West side of highway. NOTE: Next rest area 80 kms south.
161.6
260.1
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
163.6
263.3
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
163.9
263.8
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
166.2
267.5
Point of Information
Highway sign states access to 911 at this point.
166.5
267.9
Point of Information
Little Fox Lake, Yukon. West side of highway.
172.4
277.5
View from highway - Photo looking at Fox Lake, Yukon.
West side of highway.
174.5
280.8
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
174.6
281.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
174.9
281.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
175.4
282.3
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
175.5
282.5
Fox Lake Yukon Government Campground
West side of highway. Camping facilities: 33 camping sites, playground.
177.5
285.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
178.3
287.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
180.3
290.2
Cranberry Point Road
West side of highway.
180.7
290.8
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
181.0
291.3
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway. Access to Fox Lake, Yukon.
183.7
295.6
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
186.0
299.4
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
187.5
301.8
Point of Information
Crossing Fox Creek, Yukon.
189.3
304.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
189.8
305.4
Lake Laberge Yukon Government Campground
East side of highway. Camping Facilities: 16 camping sites, pit toilets, water.
189.9
305.6
Point of Information
Crossing Deep Creek, Yukon.
190.0
305.7
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
192.0
309.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
193.1
310.8
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
195.0
313.8
Access to Dog Sled Bed & Breakfast
West side of highway.
195.9
315.2
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
196.4
316.0
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
197.3
317.5
View from highway
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
197.3
317.5
Point of Information
Crossing Horse Creek, Yukon.
202.1
325.3
Durma Road
East side of highway.
202.3
325.6
Highway sign states free camping area
West side of highway.
206.1
331.6
Access to Takhini Hot Springs - Yakhini Road
West side of highway.
207.3
333.6
View from highway - Looking at the Yukon River
Driving south on the Yukon, Klondike Highway.
207.4
333.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Takhini River.
207.5
334.0
City of Whitehorse
Northern limits.
207.9
334.5
Point of Information
C.B.C. 101.1 FM.
208.0
334.8
Welcome to the City of Whitehorse - Photo Whitehorse highway welcome sign

209.8
337.6
Junction of The Alaska Highway - Yukon Highway #1
East to Whitehorse, Yukon 12 kms,East to Skagway Alaska, Teslin, Yukon, Watson Lake, Yukon. West to Haines Junction, Yukon, Beaver Creek, Yukon, Tok, Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska.
209.8
337.6
Junction of The Alaska Highway - Yukon Highway #1
Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - NOTE: For Highway travel east via Alaska Highway - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Whitehorse, Yukon to Watson Lake British Columbia / Yukon Border for driving directions and highway photos. - For Highway travel west via The Alaska Highway see Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide City of Whitehorse to the Alaska / Yukon Border for driving directions.