Adventure by Type
Adventure by Region
B & B's*Cottages*Inns
Meetings & Incentives
Photo Gallery
About Us
Industry Partners
Contact Info
    The Great Canadian
  Adventure Company
    6714 - 101 Avenue
    Edmonton, Alberta
      Canada T6A 0H7
Toll Free Canada & USA
phone: (780)414-1676
fax:     (780) 424-9034

CALL US TODAY 1 888 285 1676


Remote luxury fishing cabin rentals in the Yukon

Explore the remote wilderness of the Yukon and access some amazing fishing from these newly built luxury lakefront cabins. If you are searching for an unforgettable independent fishing vacation in the true backcountry of the Yukon Territory, then you have found the right place. We provide luxury cabins and all of the equipment and gear necessary to accommodate you on a comfortable fishing holiday on a remote lake in the southwest Yukon. All lakes have fantastic fishing with Lake trout, Arctic grayling, Northern pike and Burbot available. We promote catch and release fishing with barbless hooks. You may keep legally caught fish that you plan on eating as a meal but the rest must be released. These cabins are a true wilderness adventure, accessible only by floatplane. You will fly through some amazing scenic country on your way to the cabins.

Remote luxury fishing cabin rentals in the Yukon

For the non-angler, there are many other activities available for your enjoyment. There are countless opportunities for day hikes in the mountains surrounding the lakes. The lakes are situated between 3000’ and 4000’ above sea level (1000m and 1400m) so access to the high alpine country is quite easily achieved. The scenery in the high country is spectacular and there are also great opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography. There is abundant wildlife throughout the area. Depending on the day, you can expect to see Dall sheep, Mountain caribou, Alaska/Yukon moose, Black bear, Grizzly bear, lots of smaller game species and many bird species. There are also options to fly to other lakes for other hiking, fishing or numerous other opportunities or take a Kluane Glacier flight-seeing tour if you wish.

Remote luxury fishing cabin rentals in the Yukon

Season: June 15, 2014 to September 30, 2014
Requirements: Groceries and personal items, liquor.
Suggested Items: Personal fishing gear, daypack, camera, water bottle, sunglasses, sunscreen, pocketbook, personal music player, insect repellent.
Suggested Clothing: Clothing for both warm and cool weather, rain gear, hat, gloves, waterproof hiking boots, sneakers.
Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate
Restrictions: Minimum stay of 3 days required. 3-day trip is 3 nights and 4 days. Two day trips can be arranged (2 nights / 3 days) but there will be a premium of $250 charged. Clients must be able to be comfortable in a remote wilderness environment for the duration of their stay. At least one member of the party must be competent to operate and boat and motor.
Maximum Number of People: 6
Equipment Provided: New Lund 16’ boats and 25 HP 4-stroke Yamaha motors and safety gear and fuel for your use, basic fishing gear, propane barbeque, outdoor fire-pit, bedding (pillows, sheets and duvets).
Transportation: Trip begins and ends in Whitehorse, Yukon. The cabins are located 60-70 miles west of Whitehorse. A charter flight is required for access in and out of the cabins. The exact charter fee will depend on your group size but you can expect to pay approximately $500 (plus 5% GST) per person. The charter fee gets you from Whitehorse to the cabin and back to Whitehorse at the end of your stay. The flight is 30-40 minutes in length.
Accommodations: New waterfront, fully equipped cabin with complete kitchen facilities, hot and cold running water, hot shower facility, propane fridge and stove, bedding, boat & motor & fuel, basic fishing gear, propane barbeque, outdoor fire-pit, clean outhouse and numerous other items to make your stay comfortable. Each cabin has two double beds with more single beds in the loft area. Your party will be the only group at that location. The cabins easily accommodate four adults and several children or more.
Meal Information: The cabins are newly-constructed log structures that are fully equipped with all of the necessary kitchen and cooking facilities. The cabins are stocked with basic staples such as salt, pepper, paper towels, dish soap, dish rags/towels. A complete list is available upon booking.
Weather Information: In a Yukon summer you can expect anything from hot weather to cool weather but the norm is 10C to 25 C with rain very likely.
Comments: $100 per person per day for any additional guests. All clients are required to fill out and sign a Liability Waiver Form and a brief questionnaire in advance of their trip.
Trip Duration Price
You choose the length $575.00* per cabin per day
Based on up to 4 people. 3 day minimum stay required. Charter flight cost extra.
*Please add 5% Goods and Services Tax

If you have any questions or would like more information about a particular adventure, please email us.

Remote luxury fishing cabin rentals in the Yukon


The Northwest Territories Starkly beautiful, powerful and immense, our northern world is still wild and pris- tine. Nature rules here, in a diversity of landscapes ranging from towering mountains to rolling tundra.

This Saskatchewan wilderness eco lodge package located in the heart of the Boreal Forest in Northern Saskatchewan. The log buildings and the surrounding gardens have been lovingly carved from the Precambrian rock over the last 3 decades.

Enjoy fascinating Haisla Cultural Tours and discover the wildlife and nature of The Canadian Pacific Inland Coast. Take part in exciting adventures with knowledgeable aboriginal guides.

As a remote fly- in lodge and polar bear viewing wilderness lodge, this lodge is unique in that it offers polar bear viewing in August & September. MORE INFO

As the premier remote fly- in lodge and confe-
rence centre in the Northwest Territories, guests from around the world take in the splendour of the great Canadian Taiga.

Nunavut is Canada’s arctic. Untamed, unspoiled and undiscovered. Nunavut is Canada’s largest and newest territory, and includes most of Canada’s arctic islands.