The Yukon Territory (and the Northwest Territories) lack the population to become Canadian provinces, despite their huge area, and are mostly roadless with vast tracts of wilderness. This is the true wild North as popularized by the stories of Jack London and the poems of Robert Service, the land of the lynx, grizzly, wolf, moose and caribou, of midnight sun and weeks-long winter night. Indigenous populations (Inuit and Athabascan) form important parts of the population and subsistence hunting, fur trapping, and fishing are common occupations.
I have traveled through the Yukon along the Alaska Highway six times, and north up to Dawson three times, including the Top of the World Highway to Chicken in Alaska.
I have chosen to present my panoramas of this vast area in two regions: