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Looking for the best places to Sup in and around Whitehorse? Below are some great routes, trips and resources to help you Sup in and around Whitehorse.

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The Yukon is one of the more under-rated paddling destinations in Western Canada. This territory has 20 + hours of daylight in the summer, you will need to to explore the many wilderness trips, whitewater runs and playspots on offer. Whitehorse is a great base to start from, be prepared to paddle in world class waterways in breathtaking scenery and being largely 'away from it all'. It is remote and big country up there, a fantastic place for an adventure!

Sup Trips or Routes

Whitehorse

Lower - Tahkini River Rd. to Yukon River Bridge
Tahkini River - Current is slow in most places and paddling is recommended. During low water it may be necessary to stay in the main current. The speed of the current does pick up for a short distance as you are nearing the take out.
Whitehorse to Dawson City
Yukon River - A multi-day wilderness canoe trip down a classic Northern Canadian river, rich in the history of the Gold Rush. This 715km trip includes the 50km crossing of Lake Laberge made famous by the poet, Robert Service in "The Cremation of Sam McGee". There are many historic sites to visit along the route. A minimum of 2 weeks is recommended and it is very approachable with only one class 2 section at Five Finger Rapids.