Alayuk Adventures Yukon Dog Sled Adventures
Alayuk Adventures Yukon Dog Sled Adventures



A Hiker's Haven & Rest for the Weary


At Raven’s Rest Inn, we are passionate about our visitors experiencing the very best that the Yukon has to offer. Our community of Haines Junction and the surrounding area is so rich in natural beauty and local traditions and it is our desire to provide our guests with everything they need to fully enjoy the wonders that surround us.

With a population of about 600, Haines Junction stands at the crossroads of the Haines and Alaska highways. It is also the headquarters for Kluane National Park Reserve (part of the biggest internationally protected area in the world) and provides an access point to Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Provincial Park in British Columbia. Overlooking the community are the towering peaks of the St. Elias Mountains. This makes Haines Junction an ideal base for wilderness adventures such as hiking, camping, fishing, rafting, and flightseeing. You’ll find a range of services such as hotels, B&Bs, cabins, campgrounds, restaurants, and more. Haines Junction was born during the Alaska Highway project, serving as a U.S. army base to house engineers working on the road’s construction. It was named after the community of Haines, situated on the Alaska coast. The 257-kilometre Haines Highway connects Haines and Haines Junction via the 1,065-metre-high Chilkat Pass. This highway was originally constructed to provide a direct route for transporting supplies shipped into Haines to the Alaska Highway project.

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Haven in the Willows
Alaska Highway

Mount Logan Lodge
Haines Junction, Yukon

Wanderer’s Inn Backpacker’s Hostel

(867) 634-5321

[email protected]

Yukon Visitor Information Centre: Haines Junction