Yukon

Bennett Lake, Marsh Lake and Tagish Lake. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Paddling: Bennett Lake, Tagish Lake, Marsh Lake (north of Tagish) and Taku Arm of Tagish Lake. Ed note: Tutshi Lake (in BC; access from Klondike Highway?) is not mentioned.
Access: Bennett BC (by RR), Carcross YT, Tagish YT, points on Klondike Highway, points on Alaska Highway.
Title at source: Southern Lakes.

Big Salmon River. Information.
Karpes, Gus. Exploring the Big Salmon River; Quiet Lake to the Yukon River. Hancock House, Surrey (1998).
Rourke, Mike. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1996).

Big Salmon River. Features.
Quiet Lake (from Canol Road), Sandy Lake, Big Salmon Lake, Big Salmon River, creek confluences (Caribou, Scurvy, Sheep, Moose, Bat, Souch, Dycer), South Big Salmon River confluence, Teraktu Creek confluence, North Big Salmon River confluence, creek confluences (Headless, Illusion), Yukon River junction, with settlement of Big Salmon River just downstream.

Big Salmon River. Quiet Lake to Yukon River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Quiet Lake, Big Salmon River features, Yukon River junction.

Big Salmon River and Yukon River. Quiet Lake to highway above Carmacks. Online, Journal.
Author: Hank Hays.
Ed note: The report is from 1997 and the logistical information is possibly outdated.
Caution: The Big Salmon changes course frequently.
Route description: Quiet Lake, Sandy Lake, Big Salmon Lake, Yukon River, take-out at highway (upstream from Carmacks).
http://www.canoebase.com/bsy/index.htm

Big Salmon River and Yukon River. Quiet Lake to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Author: Robert Pavlis.
Route description: Quiet Lake (off Canol Road, by road from Whitehorse), Sandy Lake, Big Salmon Lake, Big Salmon River, South Big Salmon River confluence, North Big Salmon River confluence, Yukon River and Big Salmon settlement, Small Salmon River confluence and settlement, Robert Campbell highway, Carmacks, Klondike highway, Five Finger Rapids, Tatchun River confluence, Rink Rapid, McCabe Creek, Minto, Hellsgate Rapid, Fort Selkirk, Pelly River confluence, Selwyn River confluence, White River confluence, Stewart River confluence, Dawson.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/bigs ... eport.html
Comment by erich at CCR:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 11&t=31911

Big Salmon River and Yukon River. Quiet Lake to Carmacks. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: Nestor Lewyckyj.
Route description: Quiet Lake, Sandy Lake, Big Salmon Lake, Sheep Creek, Yukon River junction, Little Salmon River confluence, Carmacks.
Title at source: Canoeing the Big Salmon River in the Yukon, 2009.
http://www.lewyckyj.com/Nestor%20Rostys ... 202009.htm

Big Salmon River and Yukon River. Quiet Lake to Carmacks/Dawson. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/bsalmon/bsal0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/bsalmon/yallerbsal.htm

Big Salmon River and Yukon River. Quiet Lake to Carmacks. Online, Photos.
Author: Nestor Lewyckyj.
http://lewyckyj.com/Nestor%20Rostyslaw% ... 202009.htm

Donjek River. Alaska Highway to White River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Alaska Highway, Donjek River, Kluane River confluence, creek confluences (Mackinnon, Grayling, Wellesley), Nisling River confluence, creek confluences (Dip, Doyle, Tom), White River junction.

Hess River. Porter Lake to Stewart River junction. Notes.
Ed note: Significant ww river.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Porter (not Potter) Lake, Hess River, creek confluences (Hawthorne, Keele, Elmer, Emerald), Rogue River confluence, creek confluences (Canoe, Pleasant), Stewart River junction.

Klondike River. Dempster Highway bridge to Yukon River at Dawson. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Dempster Highway bridge 9 (< 1 km east of the Klondike Highway), Klondike River (paralleled by the Klondike Highway), creek confluences (Leroy, Dognose, Gilcher, Goring, Germaine, Rabbit, Hunker, Rock, ... ) and gulches, Yukon River junction just above Dawson.

Kluane River. Online, Notes.
Source: Kayak Yukon library.
Route description: Burwash Landing (Alaska highway, on Kluane Lake) or Dalan campground, to Glacier Creek or Alaska highway.
Comment: Day trip, 30-36 km, significant ww.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/kluane/index.html

Kluane River. Alaska Highway to Donjek River junction. Notes.
Ed note: River not paddled by the authors, so scout everything.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Ed note: River not paddled by the authors, so scout everything.
Route description: Burwash Landing on the Alaska Highway, Kluane Lake, Kluane River, Duke River confluence, Burwash Lake, CIII+ rapid, turn to north, Toshingermann Lakes, Swanson Creek confluence, Donjek River junction.

Koidern River. Between Alaska Highway bridges. Notes.
Ed note: River not paddled by the authors, so scout everything.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Alaska Highway bridge, Koidern River (White River tributary), Long’s Creek confluence (alternate egress point), Pickhandle Lake, Wolverine Lake, Alaska Highway bridge.

Kusawa River. Unnamed BC lake to Kusawa Lake. Notes.
Ed note: Serious ww river, CIV-V plus falls.
Kusawa Lake campground.
http://www.campscout.com/campground/YT0023/
http://www.kusawapark.ca/assets/files/r ... ources.pdf
http://www.yukonheritage.com/Sign/south ... alley.html
http://www.woodalls.com/campground/camp ... =RVCamping
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Float plane from Whitehorse to unnamed lake (from the write-up, almost certainly the BC lake at 59° 50' 5" N 136° 2' 55"; UTM 8V 441208 6633484; Topo 114P16), Kusawa River, Hendon River confluence (from same lake?), Kusawa Lake, float plane to Whitehorse or continue on the lake, Takhini River junction, Primrose River confluence; exit at the campground (road access); continuation down the Takhini River (Yukon River tributary) possible?

Lapie River. Online, Notes.
Source: Kayak Yukon library.
Route description: South Canol Road to Ross River settlement.
Comment: Day trip, 10 km, serious ww.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/lapie/index.html

Lapie River. Notes.
Ed note: Tributary of the Pelly River.
Harris, Yvonne. A Guide to White Water Canoeing and Outdoor Cooking on Yukon's Lapie River. Publisher? Year? Ed note: I didn’t find it at Amazon.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Three ww reaches off South Canol Road.

Little Salmon River. Little Salmon Lake to Yukon River junction. Notes.
Little Salmon Lake campground.
http://www.campscout.com/campground/YT0036/
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Little Salmon Lake (campground, accessed from Robert Campbell Highway), Little Salmon River, creek confluences (Snowcap, Bearfeed), Yukon River junction and Little Salmon settlement.

McQuesten River. Mayo-Elsa area to Klondike Highway and Stewart River. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: South McQuesten River (from road off Mayo-Elsa road), creek confluences , North McQuesten River junction and start of the McQuesten River, Ortell’s Crossing, creek confluences (Johnson, Sunshine, Boulder, Forty Mile, Vancouver). Exit at the Klondike River bridge (2 km upstream from the Stewart River) or continue down the Stewart and the Yukon Rivers.

Morley River. Alaska Highway to Teslin Lake. Notes.
Ed note: Rapids up to and including CV.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Alaska Highway bridge, Morley River, Strawberry Creek confluence (egress), Hays Creek confluence, Morley Bay of Teslin Lake; egress by dirt road to the Alaska Highway.

Nisutlin River. Information.
ALLAN: Nisultin Reserve
Karpes, Gus. Exploring the Nisutlin River: Mile 40 South Canol Road to Teslin. Hancock House (1982).
Rourke, Mike and Jocelyn. Rivers North Publications, Houston (2005).

Nisutlin River. Canol Road to Teslin. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/nisutlin/nisut0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/nisutlin/yallernisut.htm

Nisultin River. South Canol Road to Teslin. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Access from two points, the Rose River bridge and another point on the South Canol Road; Nisultin River, creek confluences (Hundred Mile, Cottonwood, Sidney, Thirtymile), Wolf River confluence, Colwell Bay of Teslin Lake, Teslin.

Overland Route to the South Nahanni River. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Bridge on the North Canol Road, down the South Macmillan River, up a stream, down to the Ross River and up it, portage to the Moose Ponds.

Pelly River. Information.
Rourke, Mike. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1995).

Pelly River. Features.
... , Woodside River confluence (from Pelly Lakes, lake and settlement), outlet from Fortin Lake, Slate Rapids, creek confluences (Campbell, Mink), Hoole River confluence (access point from Robert Campbell Highway), creek confluences (Starr, Horton), Hoole Canyon and Million Dollar Falls (portage!), Blackfox Bend, Ketza River confluence, Ross River confluence, Ross River settlement (access/egress), Lapie River confluence, creek confluences (Danger, Grew), Orchay River confluence, creek confluences (Excell, Blind, Buttle), Faro (access/egress), Anvil Creek confluence, Little Fish Hook Rapids, Big Fish Hook Rapids, Glenlyon River confluence, creek confluences (Fishook, Hodder?), Tay River confluence, creek confluences (Little Sheep, Harvey), Earn River confluence, Tummel River confluence, Macmillan River confluence, Granite Canyon, Needlerock Creek confluence, Klondike Highway and Pelly Crossing (access/egress), Gull Rocks and Grayling Creek confluence, Mooseskin Rock, creek confluences (Caribou, Crosby, Benot), Yukon River junction (between Hellsgate Rapid and Fort Selkirk).

Pelly River. Hoole River bridge to Yukon River junction; via Ross River, Faro and Pelly Crossing. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Hoole River bridge on the Robert Campbell Highway, Pelly River features, Yukon River junction (between Hellsgate Rapid and Fort Selkirk).

Pelly River. Faro to Pelly Crossing. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/pelly/pelly0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/pelly/yallerpelly.htm

Pelly River and Yukon River. Pelly Lakes to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Source: Kayak Yukon library.
Author: Al Ekholm.
ALLAN: Edit Route description (features).
Route description (14 days, 916 km): Pelly Lakes and Inconnu Lodge outpost (by float plane from Finlayson Lake), Woodside River, Pelly River, Slate Rapids, Campbell Creek, Mink Creek, Robert Campbell highway on river left, Hoole River confluence, Horton Creek, Hoole canyon, Ketza River, Ross River confluence, Faro, Fishhook Rapids, Big Fishhook Rapids, Macmillan River, Granite Canyon, Pelly Crossing (Klondike highway), Yukon River, Fort Selkirk, White River confluence, Dawson
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/pelly/index.html

Primrose River. Notes.
Ed note: Serious ww river.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Primrose Lake (by float plane), Johns Lake outflow, Rose Creek confluence, Rose Lake, Primrose Falls, Primrose Canyon (CIII, ... , CV), rapids (CIII-CV), Sandpiper Creek confluence, Kusawa Lake, 12 km, Kusawa Lake campground.

Rose River. Canol Road bridges to Nisultin River. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Put-ins and take-outs at six Canol Road bridges over the Rose; river may be blocked between the lower two; continuation possible to and down the Nisultin River.

Ross River. Information.
Rourke, Mike and Jocelyn. Rivers North Publications, Houston (2005).

Ross River. Itsi Lakes to Pelly River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Ed note: River has not been paddled by the authors.
Route description: Itsi Lakes (by float plane), John Lake, Sheldon Lake (access from Hwy 6), Field Lake, Lewis Lake, Prevost River confluence, Prevost Canyon (CIII in and after), Otter Creek confluence, ledge, Big Timber Creek confluence, False Canyon, Pelly River junction and Ross River settlement.

South Macmillan River. North Canol Road to Pelly River junction. Information.
Rourke, Mike. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1996).

South Macmillan River and Macmillan River. Macmillan Pass area to Pelly River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Ed note: Bridge numbering is unclear.
Route description: “First” bridge (North Canol Road), rapids, “second” bridge (near “vehicle graveyard”), ... , Riddell River confluence, North Macmillan River junction and start of the Macmillan River, Russell Creek confluence, Moose River confluence, Little Kalzas River confluence, Pelly River junction (above Granite Canyon and Needlerock Creek).

Stewart River. Information.
Wikipedia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stewart_River

Stewart River. Hess River confluence to Yukon River junction. Features.
Hess River confluence, Wilson Slough, Rockfork Creek confluence, Nogold Creek confluence, Five Mile Rapid, Three Mile Rapid, Fraser Falls, creek confluences (Watson, Two Buttes, Williamson, Janet), Big Island, Mayo (access/egress), Mayo River confluence, Talbot Creek confluence, U Slough, Devils Elbow, Silver Trail, Stewart Crossing (access/egress), creek confluences (Airstrip, Parallel, Reverse, Moose), New Crossing, Ash Bend , Stirling Bend, Diversion Creek confluence, McQuesten River confluence, creek confluences (Partridge, Clear, Gravel, Pigue, Independence, Lake, Valley, Rosebud, Deep, Porcupine, Black Hills, Maisy May, Scroggie, Barker, Telford, Copper, Simmons, Three Kings, Tenderfoot), Yukon River junction.

Stewart River. Hess River confluence to Yukon River junction; via Mayo and Stewart Crossing. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Hess River confluence, Stewart River features, Yukon River junction.

Stewart River and Yukon River. To Dawson. Online, Notes, Photos.
Access: several points are given; the one used is not specified.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/stewart/stewart0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/stewart/yallerstewart.htm

Takhini River. Online, Notes.
Wikipedia stub.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takhini_River
Source: Kayak Yukon Library.
Ed note: The Takhini joins the Yukon River between Whitehorse and Lake Laberge.
Author: Jillian Rogers.
Newspaper article. Yukon News, 4 August 1999.
Access and egress points not given. Significant ww. No river information.
Entry is made in the hope that more content will be added.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/takhini/index.html

Takhini River. Kusawa Lake to Mendenhall Landing. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Kusawa Lake, Takhini River, “Jaws of Death” (at Toporama??), Mendenhall Landing.

Teslin River. Features.
To be expanded.
... , Johnson's Crossing, Swift River confluence, Mary River confluence, Boswell River confluence, Indian River confluence and Roaring Bull Rapids, Yukon River junction.

Teslin River. Johnson’s Crossing to Yukon River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Johnson’s Crossing, Teslin River features, Yukon River junction.

Teslin River and Yukon River. Information.
Karpes, Gus. The Teslin River: Johnson’s Crossing to Hootalinqua, Canada. KUGH Enterprises, Whitehorse (1994).
Rourke, Mike. Johnson’s Crossing to Carmacks. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1996).

Teslin River and Yukon River. Johnson's Crossing to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Author: scouter Joe.
Route description: Johnson's Crossing, Teslin River features, Yukon River junction, Big Salmon River confluence, Little Salmon River confluence, Carmacks, Tatchun River confluence, Minto, Pelly River confluence, White River confluence, Stewart River confluence, Dawson.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... f=11&t=301

Teslin River and Yukon River. Johnson's Crossing to Carmacks. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Coal Mine Campground.
http://www.coalminecampground.com/photogallery.html
Author: marcjboudreau.
Title at source: Teslin River - A Paddle in the Terror-tories! -Now with pics.
Route description: Johnson's Crossing, Teslin River features, Yukon River features, Coal Mine campground at Carmacks.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 22&t=37409

Teslin River and Yukon River. Johnson’s Crossing to Carmacks. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site and Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Author: blucruisin.
Route description: Johnson's Crossing, Swift River confluence, Mary River confluence, Boswell River confluence, Indian River confluence and Roaring Bull Rapids, Yukon River junction, Big Salmon River confluence, Little Salmon River confluence, Carmacks.
Title at source: Teslin and Yukon Rivers – August 26 to September 2, 2010.
CCR discussion:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 22&t=36670
Report and photos:
http://www.clubtread.com/sforum/default.asp?CAT_ID=9

Teslin River and Yukon River. Johnson's Crossing to Dawson. Notes.
Source: Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Kirk Wipper.
Route description: Johnson's Crossing, Teslin River (features), Yukon River (features), Dawson.
Title at source: Yukon River: Finding the Real Gold.

Teslin River and Yukon River. Teslin to Carmacks/Dawson. Online, Information, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/teslin/teslin0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/teslin/yallerteslin.htm

Teslin River and Yukon River; Johnson’s Crossing to Carmacks. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: paddling.net
Author: lackge.
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?2204

Yukon River. Information.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System, Thirty Mile section only.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Yukon/Yukon_e.htm
Ed note:
Consult also entries filed under Big Salmon River, Pelly River, Stewart River and Teslin River.
Yukon River Routes, folded map.
http://www.yukonbooks.com/shop/customer ... =48&page=2
Baldino, Megan and Matt Hage. Two in a Red Canoe: Our Journey down the Yukon. Publisher?, year?. Ed note: YT coverage uncertain; may be AK only.
Batchelor, Bruce Trelawny. Yukon Channel Charts: sternwheeler-style strip charts of the historic Yukon River. Publisher?. Year?. Ed note: YT coverage uncertain; may be AK only.
Fredston, Jill. Rowing to Latitude: Journeys Along the Arctic's Edge. North Point Press (2002). Ed note: YT coverage uncertain; may be AK only.
Hildebrand, John. Reading the River: A Voyage down the Yukon. Publisher?, year?. Ed note: YT coverage uncertain; may be AK only.
Karpes, Gus. Exploring the Upper Yukon River: Part 1 – Whitehorse to Carmacks. KUGH Enterprises, Whitehorse (1996).
Karpes, Gus. Exploring the Upper Yukon River: Carmacks to Dawson City. Hancock House, Surrey (1998).
O’Neill, Dan. A Land Gone Lonesome: An Inland Voyage along the Yukon River. Counterpoint, Perseus Books Group (2006).
Rourke, Mike. Carmacks to Dawson. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1995).
Rourke, Mike. Dawson to Circle. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1996).
Rourke, Mike. Marsh Lake to Carmacks. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1995).
Rourke, Mike. Marsh Lake to Dawson City. Rivers North Publications, Houston (1997).
Satterfield, Archie. Exploring the Yukon River: A history and guide to the great river of the North. iUniverse.com (1979?).

Yukon River. Features.
In progress.
Lindeman Lake BC, Bennett Lake and YT boundary, Carcross, Nares Lake, Tagish Lake, Tagish River, Tagish, Marsh Lake, M’Clintock River mouth, formal start of the Yukon River, Alaska Highway bridge, creek confluences, Miles Canyon and Canyon Crescent (Canyon City of yore?), Schwatka Lake (really reservoir), hydro dam, perhaps playboat area, Whitehorse,
... , Big Salmon River confluence and settlement, Small Salmon River confluence and settlement, Robert Campbell highway, Carmacks, Klondike highway, Five Finger Rapids, Tatchun River confluence, Rink Rapid, McCabe Creek confluence, Minto, Hellsgate Rapid, Fort Selkirk, Pelly River confluence, Selwyn River confluence, White River confluence, Stewart River confluence, Dawson,
... ,
Yukon River. Minto to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Author: yukonkev.
Route description: Road to Minto (not the one near Carcross), Pelly River confluence, White River confluence, Stewart River confluence, Dawson.
Title at source: Yukon River Trip Minto to Dawson TR.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... =11&t=2360

Yukon River, Whitehorse to Dawson. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/yukon/yukon0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/yukon/yalleryu.htm

Yukon River. Whitehorse to Dawson. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Ed note: The author has made an extra effort to provide information on logistics, gear, maps, supplies, etc. Brava!
Author: e2holmes.
Route description: Whitehorse, Yukon River features, Dawson.
Title at source: Yukon River, Whitehorse to Dawson City, August 2011.
CCR thread:
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 22&t=38855
Also:
http://northernwaters.shutterfly.com/yukonriver
Photos:
https://plus.google.com/photos/11452252 ... banner=pwa
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Yukon River, Whitehorse to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Yukon River Quest, 740 km race.
Author: Darin Zandee.
http://www.darinzandee.wildrec.net/Yuko ... 0Quest.htm

Yukon River. Whitehorse to Dawson. Online, Journal.
Source: Warren and Peter Long library.
Ed note: Yukon River Quest, 740 km race.
Author: Brent Clark.
http://www.longsworld.net/CanoeTrips/BrentYukon2006/

Yukon River. Marsh Lake, Whitehorse, Carmacks, Dawson. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Marsh Lake, Yukon River features, Dawson.

Yukon River. From Whitehorse. Online, Notes, Photos.
Whitehorse to the Alaska Pipeline / Dalton Highway.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Ed note: Yukon 1,000 Canoe and Kayak Race ( http://yukon1000.com/ )
Author: nessmunk.
Route description: Whitehorse, Carmacks, Dawson, Eagle, …
Title at source: Yukon 1000 Canoe Race 2009.
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 22&t=33739

Yukon River. Tagish Lake? to Emmonak AK. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/yukon2007/yukon20070.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/yukon2007/yalleryuk2007.htm

Yukon River. Tagish Lake and Marsh Lake. Online, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/Marsh/marsh0.htm

Yukon River. Whitehorse Rapids. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Yukon River, upstream from Whitehorse, below dam.

Watson River. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: CII-III day trip from Spirit Lake area to Bennett Lake and Carcross.

Wheaton River. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Annie Lake Road, lower Wheaton bridge, Bennett Lake and Carcross.

White River. Alaska Highway to Yukon River junction. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Alaska Highway, White River, Koidern River confluence, creek confluences (Sanpete, Dry, Snag, Ten Mile), Donjek River confluence, creek confluences (Caledonia, Hungry, Green, Home, Kennebec, Moose, Flat, Big, Katrina, Mickey, Seven Mile, Wolf), Ladue River confluence, creek confluences (Eighteen Mile, Twelvemile), Yukon River junction.

Wolf River. Notes.
Source: Kayak Yukon library.
Author: Yvonne Harris.
Newspaper article: Trapped on the Wolf River in Yukon News, 1 August 2000.
Route description: Wolf Lake, Wolf River, Red River confluence, Caribou Creek confluence, bad dump, helicopter evacuation. The lower part of the river was not paddled. The Wolf joins the Nisutlin River just upstream of Nisutlin Bay of Teslin Lake. Take-out is at Teslin.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/wolf/index.html

Wolf River and Nisultin River. Wolf Lake to Teslin Lake. Notes.
Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Wolf Lake by float plane, Wolf River, outlet from Leaf Lake, Red River confluence, outlet from Fish Lake, English Creek confluence, Caribou Creek confluence, rapids, falls, more rapids, Nisultin River junction, Nisultin Bay, Teslin settlement and Teslin Lake.