8 Truly Adventurous Things to do in Dawson City

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Dawson City is the embodiment of Yukon adventure. Even the journey to get here is exciting – drive through virtually untouched forest and awe-inspiring mountains (be sure to switch drivers so you can both take in the scenery!). Or fly over it all for views that cannot be matched. Once you’re here, the excitement really…

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The 2014 Arctic Winter Games Returns to Fairbanks!

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Join us at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel this March 15-22 in Alaska’s Golden Heart City to celebrate the 2014 Arctic Winter Games! The weeklong sporting event is the world’s largest northern multi-sport and cultural event, hosted every two years by northern communities such as Alaska, Greenland and Canada. The Arctic Winter Games brings together more…

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Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Celebrates 50 Years of Festivities in Whitehorse

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Courtesy of the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous. The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous is a winter festival in Whitehorse, Yukon, featuring fun-filled activities for locals and visitors alike. If you’ve never been to Whitehorse, this is a great time to visit this gem of a town, situated right along the Yukon River and surrounded by mountainous beauty. Whitehorse…

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Westmark Hotels – Conventions Made Easy

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Most conferences and work gatherings take place in large, busy urban settings with few opportunities for relaxation outside of the hotel or meeting room after a long day of work. But what if we told you your next conference could offer a completely different experience for attendees? What we have in mind is more of…

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Five Must-Sees Around the 2014 Iditarod

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This photo is used under a Creative Commons license by AlaskanDude. “Away up in Alaska The state that stands alone There’s a dog race run from Anchorage into Nome And it’s a grueling race with a lightning pace Where chilly winds do wail. Beneath the northern lights, across snow and ice It’s called the Iditarod Trail.”…

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