Carmacks is a beautiful riverfront community surrounded by spectacular wilderness, wildlife and world class parks.
The community has an interpretive boardwalk and numerous trails that extend out from and through the community that are used for walking, running, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Others provide access to specific features such as Coal Mine Lake, the First Nation cemetery and local berry picking sites. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the scenic trails linking key services, neighborhoods and attractions.
The ridge between the Klondike Highway and Nordenskiold River are linked by this network. Carmacks has much to offer for the indoor as well as outdoor recreation enthusiasts alike.
National and Territorial Operating Parks
The incredible National and Territorial Operating Parks provide a multitude of things to see and do. Encompassing wilderness and wildlife, activities and heritage and culture and many more.
Below is a list and links for more information of Territorial and National Parks:
Yukon Territorial Parks
- Herschel Island - Qikiqtaruk
- Ni'iinlii Njik (Fishing Branch)
- Coal River Springs
- Kusawa (Park in progress)
- Agay Mene (Park in progress)
- Asi Keyi (Park in progress)
- Kluane National Park - Parks Canada
- Ivvavik National Park - Parks Canada
- Vuntut National Park - Parks Canada