About Us

Caribou Crossing Trading Post is found just north of the historic village of Carcross in Yukon Territory, Canada.  An area renowned for its roots in the Gold Rush, Caribou Crossing is just around the corner from historic Lake Bennett and the Chilkoot Trail.

 

This southern gate to Yukon's interior and the gold fields saw thousands of stampeders pass through during the heyday of the Klondike Gold Rush. Gold seekers used the Chilkoot Trail and crossed over White Pass, where they built rafts at Lake Bennett to float the Yukon River to the golf fields at Dawson City. 

Now it's your turn to experience the thrill of a trip to Yukon Territory where it all took place. Just 1½ hours north of Skagway, Alaska, and 45 minutes south of Whitehorse, Yukon, on the South Klondike Highway, Caribou Crossing is also the home of the "Museum of Yukon Natural History" and the new "Caribou Cafe".

 

Caribou Crossing, Yukon

Your chance to enter the Southern Lakes Region of the Yukon. We specialize in serving up a fresh, hot BBQ lunch daily.  Be sure to stop by and join us for a homemade meal and stick around for one of our many onsite activities.  We offer dogcart rides with a fleet of local huskies, gold panning, an antique photo studio, mini golf, and an extensive gift shop featuring the finest local Yukon-made artwork and gifts.


As you explore the pristine surrounding area and the numerous vibrant glacial lakes, stop by our ‘Caribou Café’ for a cup of made-to-order espresso and chat with our friendly staff about the area.  We’ll hope to see you soon!

 

Helpful Links

TravelYukon.com

Visit the Yukon - it's Larger Than Life.

Robert Postma

Check out local photographer Robert Postma and find his work in our Gift Shop.

Skagway.com

Gateway to the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898.

SouthernLakesYukon.com

Our Southern Lakes region is composed of never ending space and distance to explore.  The mountain peaks of the Canadian Rockies form our backbone. 

VisitWhitehorse.com

Complete visitor information about Whitehorse and the surrounding areas.