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Holiday Quilt

We wanted to show our friends the beautiful handmade quilt that has been made for Christmas. You can see a few of the details on the reverse side in this image....

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ユーコン:エンチャントの国

あなたが子供のように感じたことを覚えていますか?新しい経験がそれぞれあなたの想像力と好奇心を吹き飛ばしたとき。あなたの創造性が自由に走った時? ホワイトホース、ユーコンのヒドゥンバレーのベッド&ブレックファーストで、その驚異の感覚を体験し、完璧な冬の休暇として私たちの宿泊施設をお楽しみください。 あなたの頭の上にあるノーザンライツのダンスを見ることはすばらしい経験です。...

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Yukon: Tierra de encantamiento

¿Recuerdas la sensación de maravilla que sentiste cuando eras niño? Cuando cada nueva experiencia disparó tu imaginación y curiosidad. Cuando tu creatividad se ejecutó gratis? Te invitamos a experimentar esa sensación de maravilla en Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast en...

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Preparing for Holiday Season

Tis the season!  We are busy here at Hidden Valley making gifts, decorating the yard, and baking in preparation for the Christmas Season. Hidden Valley is a very special place and is unlike any other because not only are we surrounded by so much Natural Beauty, but we...

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Explore Whitehorse in Winter—and Prepare to be Enchanted

Northern Lights, Dog Sledding, Snow Shoeing, Snowmobiling, Cross Country Skiing, Ice Fishing and Much More   Do you remember that sense of wonder you often felt as a child? When each new experience fired your imagination and curiosity? When your creativity ran free?...

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Great Reasons to Visit Whitehorse from January to March

There is a lot to do and see in Whitehorse in late winter to early spring. January and February are great for ice fishing, dog sledding, snow shoeing, snow mobiling, skiing and anything else you can think of to do in the snow! Do not forget about the Aurora. This spectacular light show put on by Mother Nature is one of the key draws to the Canadian north during the darker months. There are also some exciting events in late winter—most notably the Yukon Quest and the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous.

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Sample Breakfast Fare at Hidden Valley B&B

Service, cleanliness and comfy beds are things we all expect to be on par or above when we stay at an accommodation. But when we think of the regular breakfast fare offered at hotels or B&Bs, we tend to think of buffets consisting of bagels, toast, cereal and fruit—perhaps a rubber egg or two thrown in as well. We’re happy to say that you will never walk into the dining room at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast and see a buffet of cold carbs. We take pride in serving a hot two-course breakfast every day.

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Air North–Yukon’s Airline

Air North Charter and Training was founded in 1977 by Joe Sparling and Tom Wood, with the intent to offer charter flights to the mining industry, and flight training services. In 2002, along with new branding, the airline changed its name to “Air North—Yukon’s Airline”.

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Dawson City, Yukon

Getting to Dawson City, Yukon from Whitehorse is an easy 5.5-hour drive on the well-maintained Klondike Highway North.

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Tara’s Famous Buttermilk Pancakes

We get rave reviews at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast from guests at the breakfast table, and online, about our pancakes. So we thought you’d enjoy having the recipe for yourself! Have fun by adding different flavourings (raspberry/dark chocolate, or banana/nut...

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Visit Carcross During Your Yukon Adventure!

The village of Carcross—originally called Caribou Crossing—is located on the South Klondike Highway, between Whitehorse and Skagway. It is 74km (46mi) south of Whitehorse. The elevation is 662 metres (2,170 feet). The population is around 500 people, comprised of an even mix of First Nations and white people.

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Hidden Treasures at Yukon B&B

Hidden Treasures at Yukon Bed & Breakfast Guests at the Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast will come upon many hidden treasures, whether it be while they stroll in the gardens, relax in their room or enjoy the shared living spaces. Here are a few of the treasures you...

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Welcome Guest Chef Scott to Hidden Valley B&B

Guest Chef at the Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast There is a guest chef working at Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast for the summer! Meet Scott, a chef with a bend toward the creative and unusual food pairings! As always, your breakfast will be delicious and hearty, and...

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Hidden Valley B&B Wins Certificate of Excellence for 2015

Trip Advisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence   Recognised as a Top Performing Bed & Breakfast as Reviewed by Travellers on the World’s Largest Travel Site Whitehorse, Yukon - May 22, 2015 – Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast today announced that it has received a...

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Two Piano Tornado – May 9th

Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast is hosting another inspiring performance. Two Piano Tornado - Annie Avery and Grant Simpson   Read further information about the performers. Saturday, May 9, 2015 Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast 40 Couch Road Whitehorse, Yukon 7:30 pm...

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Releasing Chinese Lanterns

We didn't just work on our trip to the remote winter cabin during Spring Break.  We also had fun with the family. On one of the starry Yukon nights we released a series of Chinese lanterns from the nearby frozen lake. Quite spectacular!         It was such a fun...

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Yukon Wilderness Cabin Renovations

Well, we finally made it to the cabin.  We were lucky the weather cooperated so it wasn't too cold or snowy on the trip. We spent the remainder of the trip overhauling and renovating many aspects of the cabin.  Here are a series of images documenting our progress. The...

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Loading the Supplies for the Cabin

The trip to our remote cabin was made by seven snowmobiles each with sleds to carry all the supplies we needed.  This was not only family time at Spring Break but cabin renovation time.  We had to transport doors, windows, cabinets not to mention all the family...

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Travelling to the Cabin

During Spring Break in March, we had a family trip to our cabin.  It is located in a very remote location - about 25 miles from Hidden Valley B&B.  Most of this distance was travelled by snow mobile and some of our supplies were brought in by plane. One of the major...

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Northern Light 2015

Here are some great shots of the Northern Lights (aurora borealis) from Whitehorse, Yukon this year.         Thank you to Tammi for these images....

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The Last of Winter

As we are treated to these warmer near spring temperatures.  Here is a look back of signs of winter.   The sun sets on Grey Mountain, Yukon.   Rosehips covered with snow.   Frozen sunset.   Thank you to Tammi (TJ Photography) for sharing these images....

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Fall Colours in the Yukon

Here are a few images of fall colours in the Yukon Territory.           The colours along the Ten Mile Lake.   Sunset on the Yukon River.   A big thank you goes out to Tammi (of TJ Photography) for providing us these images. Eva...

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