Hiking in Yukon Territory | Outdoor Explorer

A man and a woman stand in the snow in front of a large mountain.
Marko and Meghan Marjanovic in front of Mount Logan, Canada’s tallest mountain. (Courtesy of the Marjanovics)
Book cover featuring mountains and bodies of water.
Meghan and Marko Marjanovic’s book features 80 hiking routes in the Yukon. (Courtesy image)

This week on Outdoor Explorer, we visit our neighbors to the east in Whitehorse, Canada, to speak to Meghan and Marko Marjanovic about hiking in the Yukon Territory. The Yukon is a land of long rivers, big mountains and vast wilderness, but there aren’t a lot of marked hiking trails. Sometimes you need a little guidance in a wild landscape, and we’ll discuss Marko and Meghan’s book and their website that describes many of their favorite hikes in the Yukon Territory.

HOST: Adam Verrier

Meghan and Marko Marjanovic, authors, Yukon hiking enthusiasts

Yukon Hiking website
“Yukon Hiking: A little Guidance in a wild landscape”

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