Close to famous Kluane National Park, this cozy log cabin is nestled between spruce trees and cotton woods. Endless wilderness right behind it envelopes a well equipped authentic log cabin, that will give you peace and tranquility. Accessible by car.
The cabin sleeps 4 people. A fold-out futon bed for two people and a double bunk bed for another 2 people. The log house features an open concept with table and chairs and the couch in the living area and a closet and cabinets to provide space for your gear. Windows along two sides of the building provide for a fantastic view of the back country and “King’s Throne” summit can be viewed from the kitchen area window. The kitchen area is separated by a counter. It comes with complete kitchen equipment like pots and pans, cutlery, water containers and dishes as well as a 2 burner propane stove. There are propane lights, which you won’t need in the summer and a wood stove to heat up the cabin if need be. An outhouse serves as your bathroom facilities
An earth cooler keeps your perishables and drinks in top shape.
Behind the cabin a campfire setup with seats and benches and lots of firewood allows for memorable evenings outside.
Guest have access to their own personal log cabin with deck and BBQ place behind -
then all the world beyond.
Общение с гостями
This wilderness cabin will allow the traveler to retreat into nature and solitude. We would leave our guests to explore just that. A 2 hour drive to and from the cabin can be booked by our drivers or a vehicle can be rented in Whitehorse, Yukon, which will give the guests more flexibility.
We are here to help guests prepare for their stay and offer a multitude of activities around the cabin.
Другие важные подробности
We have no power and no running water but nature galore ...
Please refrain from smoking inside the cabin.
Keep our wilderness cabin as clean and neat as possible.
Noise is no issue, you are in the wilderness after all.
Having been born and raised in Germany I traveled, traveled - and then traveled some more …
I was looking for another place on this planet that should fill me with happiness and peace I was not feeling in my homeland.
I skied, sailed and surfed in Europe, I trekked in Nepal. I visited Hong Kong, Thailand and Syria.
Always returned to be back on the search again next year.
Then came Canada. My fist canoe trip in Algonquin Park, Ontario, took 3 weeks and hooked me for the rest of my life. After 5 years of returning every summer to Canada and meeting my future husband I finally immigrated to this wonderful land that answered to all my hopes and wishes. I had found my “Promised Land”.
Went straight to the North and settled in the Yukon. A husky, Shadow, and a horse, Amigo, were added to my life.
Operating a Highway Lodge in the Kluane Area for two years I took my first steps in the ever so colorful tourism trade. The learning curve was exponential, the countryside unimaginable and the possibilities unlimited.
So we moved on and started our own Tour Operator Business. For 15 years I helped guests to explore and enjoy the Yukon on canoe trips, trekking tours and horseback adventures as well as winter activities such as ice fishing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. My work place offered immense diversity whether it was at home with phone and computer or out in the bush with horses or canoes.
I loved it with wild abandon and became a happy and proud Canadian.
2013 I started another tourism businesses "Black Bear Wilderness Adventures Inc.", an transportation company that helps people venture all over the Yukon. Later that summer I bought Tom’s Touring Service, a company offering sightseeing trips in the greater Whitehorse area. The combination of both units opened up new venues to help guests to come to the Yukon and discover it at its very best.
Today Black Bear Wilderness Adventures Inc. offers Yukon-wide Transportation, Wilderness Cabin Rentals and Sightseeing Tours as well as back country Wilderness Tours.
Living 30km outside of Whitehorse on my much beloved and huge chunk of land, I hunt, trap and fish when possible and skijoor with my dog or take my horse into the hills close-by.
To this day I am still crazy to share my passion and wisdom of this amazing country with any guests willing to see, experience and enjoy all the wonder& beauty of the Yukon.
Over the years another passion of mine has created two printed Publications about personal adventures in the Yukon. If you like to hear more about a 2000 mile canoe trip down the Yukon River or a 7 month long isolated winter in a self-built cabin in the Coast Mountains – the link My Northern Books on our website will get you there. So far these publications are only available in German, but that can change, too … or maybe you know somebody that reads German …
“Let’s start every day as if it were on purpose”