Mountain bike adventure photos in the Yukon, Canada
Bikes, bears, eagles, and beers in the hot tub; all in a week’s Mountain bike adventure photos in the Yukon, Canada
Well, I think we just about had it all: sensational singletrack; spell-binding views; Northern Lights (sort of!); incredible food; bear and eagle sightings; and cold beers in the hot tub at the end of the day!
Our mountain biking adventure in the Yukon, Canada didn’t leave anything out – we even had a flurry of snow towards the end.
We started every day with the most fantastic breakfast – different every day – of local treats such as pancakes, waffles, omelettes, granola, and yoghurt with cinnamon. This set us up for the amazing riding in the Yukon, hundreds of kilometres of varied singletrack, from sandy and flowing like honey, to rooty and technical. We also had one perfect day paddling the turquoise waters of the Yukon River, spotting eagles all the way!
On one drive back to the lodge from Carcross we saw a family of three bears digging around for roots at the side of the road, which was just breath-taking. We said the Yukon was wild and it definitely lived up to that description on this adventure!
Here are a few mountain bike adventure photos (courtesy of photographer Dave) from our fantastic week of mountain biking in the glorious Yukon Territory in Canada. If you want to experience all this, join us in the Yukon – see you in the hot tub!
2 thoughts on “Mountain biking adventure in the Yukon: in pictures”
What a holiday! The Yukon lived up to all expectations and more… The countryside was beautiful, the trails varied and the accommodation just perfect after a great day biking. Not forgetting how well fed we were throughout.(with no problem catering for me being coeliac)
Thanks to the H&I team I’ve come back a better rider – more eager than ever to get back out on the trails in Scotland!
Think I’ll need to get planning another trip…
Thanks Audrey! We did have a fantastic week and it was great to ride with you. Looking forward to the next one!
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