Experience the thrill of swaying 65 feet above the raging rapids. Feel the exhilaration of the fresh mountain air and vast Canadian wilderness. Enjoy the excitement of of navigating the rapids as you watch rafters maneuver the rollercoaster canyon below.
This is the call of the wild. This is where your wilderness adventure begins. Are you ready?
The Yukon Suspension Bridge will take you on a dramatic journey. Take in the scenic beauty of the wilderness and experience the height of Canada’s beauty. Breathe the fresh air, hear the rage of the roaring rapids and tick another experience off your bucket list.
The center has been designed for adventurers of all types. Young or old, experienced mountaineers or casual hikers, the centre provides a starting point where visitors can learn more about the area. Many will simply fall under the spell of the churning river and majestic mountain backdrop. Others will want to raft the rapids or zip line through Grizzly country.
Whatever you want to do, this adventure belongs to you.
Outdoor Interpretive Museum
There are three distinct interpretive areas at the site to help you learn more about the surrounding land.
Explore the Trails, Traditional Life, Glaciers and Geology.
The first interpretative site consists of a large scale 3 dimensional map to give you an understanding of the areas from Skagway to Whitehorse.
Learn about the Human History
The second area provides information on First Nations and stories of the gold rush that ran from the top of the White Pass down the rivers and lakes, and into the gold fields.
Expand Your Knowledge of the Natural History and High Country
The third area explores how and why High Country nature at 3,000 feet above sea level differs from the coastal environment at Skagway.
Each interpretative area contains extensive graphics, 3 dimensional displays, and panels of informative text.
Enjoy the spectacular views from the main viewing platforms.
Take some time to cross the bridge and trek the easily accessible trails to explore the authentic trapper’s cabin.
The facility is wheelchair accessible up to the beginning of the bridge.
What was “The Land of the Living Sun” like for those who came before? Enrich your historical knowledge of the White Pass and the natives and first settlers to the area. Our outdoor interpretive exhibits combines nature and knowledge, bringing a museum quality experience to the natural setting.
There’s nothing like fresh mountain air to work up an appetite. Take a break at the Assayer’s Cafe and enjoy organic coffee and snacks. If you’d like to experience Canadian cuisine, visit the Cliff Side Restaurant for a hearty meal of Free Range Grass Fed Organic Bison; it’s a long-standing favourite of many visitors.
Take home a souvenir or unique gift. The Tutshi Gift Shop offers a collection of authentic First Nation and Yukon Art, Unique Canadian souvenirs, gifts and clothing. All have been carefully chosen for their quality, allowing you to bring back a lasting memory of your Yukon adventure.