Colourful main streets celebrate Yukon’s past.
Photos courtesy Government of Yukon
Until this past spring it had been many generations since a qaggiq (or giant iglu) was built in Iqaluit. These master builders put one together in four days.
Photo courtesy Qaggiq Festival/Shawn Innuksuk
Amos Nachoum spent 40 years trying to snap the perfect underwater photo of the Arctic’s deadliest predator. It was worth the wait.
Photo courtesy Amos Nachoum
The Yukon’s Carcross Desert may not be an actual desert, but it is an area that thrives on a careful balance.
Stanley Aryanto From The Wicked Hunt Photography
Tour guides from across the territories share their favourite places, activities, and memories of these unforgettable lands.
Photo courtesy Weber Arctic
Climbers face a perilous journey even before their ascent on northern mountains. That challenge is also what keeps these adventurers reaching for the top.
Photo Courtesy Bronwyn Hodgins
These Yukon hot springs give a whole new meaning to frosted tips.
Photo Courtesy By Takhini Hot Pools
Send your loved ones some uniquely northern cheer with Up Here’s 2020 gift guide.
Photo courtesy of Spectacular NWT