The seeds of yoga were germinating in Whitehorse, Yukon when I arrived in 1970. Jeannie Stevens was one of the pioneers of yoga and began teaching in the Yukon at Hellaby Hall, Riverdale Dance Studio, and a variety of make-do venues.
Tombstone is a Yukon territorial park which is located in central Yukon, near the southern end of the Dempster Highway. Established in 1999, the Tombstone Territorial Park has always been a part of the cultural and traditional lands of the Inuit and First Nation people of the Yukon.
Sunset at Tagish, Yukon, Canada. Photo submitted by: Kit Logan Wells
Chadden Lake is another Yukon beauty which is very close to the city of Whitehorse. It is reached from the Chadburn Lake Road in the Riverdale subdivision, across the bridge from downtown Whitehorse.
Lake Laberge is a widening of the Yukon River north of Whitehorse, Yukon in Canada. It is fifty kilometres long and ranges from two to five kilometres wide. It is about 30-40 minutes drive from the city of Whitehorse. Its water is always very cold, and its weather often harsh and suddenly variable.