By Gurdeep Pandher – I took these photos of attractive Yukon beauties during 2016 Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Festival. According to the Reader’s Digest, “For people who really know winter, head north to Whitehorse, where residents have been celebrating winter since 1945, when Yukon Carnival Week was born.”
Place: Top of the World Highway at the Yukon-Alaska border crossing Photo: Gurdeep Pandher The tall grass bowed to the force of the oncoming wind, admitting their inferiority with low rustling murmurs travelling towards the horizon, where the mountains sit patiently in their half-sleep, observing the world lazily with one eye open. High above, the…
Muncho Lake in the Northern British Columbia (Canada) is a beautiful area. Not only the lake, but mountains around it takes your imagination to new heights. When you drive on Alaska highway from Fort Nelson (BC) to Watson Lake (YT), you meet this spectacular area.
When you drive about half an hour from Whitehorse on Alaska Highway towards west, you find a classy signboard directing you towards a beautiful lake. Further driving on up the gravel road, you meet an extremely beautiful area called Kusawa Territorial Park.
Super serene Wye Lake at the south-east town of the territory of Yukon called Watson Lake attracts every nature lover.
The International Snow Sculpting Challenge is held every year in Whitehorse (Yukon) in the month of February as part of the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous. Carvers from around the world participate in this challenge and crete eye-catching sculptures. This photo was taken on February 22, 2015. This features a sculptures made by Team Alaska members Peter Lucchetti, Ken Graham, Philip Clark, and Michael Yee.
The Yukon Quest is a 1000-mile international sled dog race that runs every month of February between Whitehorse (Yukon, Canada) and Fairbanks (Alaska, USA). This is the most celebrated winter sports event in the Yukon that attracts thousands of people from all walks of life.