A - Carcross Art House
B - Caribou Crossing Café
C - Bearpaw Gifts
E - Yukon Art and Craft
I - Visitor Information Centre
R - Bistro on Bennett
S - S.S Tutshi
T - Carcross/Tagish First Nation Carving Centre
X - Park’s Canada Mc Bride Museum
#1 - Shelley MacDonalad Jewellery Designer
#2 - Yukon Originals
#3 - The Maple Rush
#4 - Whoa Bear
#5 - A Pocket of Posies
#6 - Yaxkasei Art House
#7 - Nomada Galeria Artisan
#9 - S2S/Montana Mountain Boutique
#10/#11 - Icycle Sports
#13 - Butterfly Dreams - Quilting/Sewing
#14 - Rooksgard Art
#15 - Bear's Paw Quilts
A friendly community within the Traditional Territory of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation.
Surrounded by big skies, soaring mountains and emerald-coloured glacier-fed lakes our little community is alive with Indigenous art and Culture.
Discover some of Carcross’s treasures: the only one-way street in the Yukon, the oldest hotel in the territory, the smallest desert in the world and the Yukon’s strongest bridge.
Visit the Haa Shagóon Hídi Learning Centre(our Ancestors’ house), guarded by eight towering totem poles to admire its unique art and learn more about our community’s storied history.
Take the short interpretive walk along Nares Lake to reach downtown Carcross and enjoy shopping at the Carcross Commons, an artisans’ hub, and sip gourmet coffee while the kids have fun at the Game Mother playground.
Take a trip back to the days of the Gold Rush and visit the historic White Pass and Yukon Route Railway train station.
Carcross also boasts the world-class Montana Mountain biking and hiking trails, built and maintained by local Indigenous youth since 2006, through the Single Track to Success (S2S) program. Retrace the steps of a century-old mule trail on the Mountain Hero Trail, explore the re-purposed old mining trails and climb to the top of Montana Mountain for an incredible view shared with the caribou, and enjoy the exhilarating return to the bottom!
Caribou Hotel - Carcross, Yukon
The Caribou Hotel, located in Carcross, Yukon is a Designated Yukon Historic Site that is over 100 years old. The hotel has undergone a meticulous refurbishment from top to bottom. At present the hotel is open seasonally offering bar/saloon service. The boutique hotel rooms are planned to open later in the season.
The Surly Bird Saloon