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It’s Vacation Time for Your Four-Legged Friend, Too

Dogs used to stay at home when their owners went on vacation, but not anymore. Overall, about 37 percent of travelers bring their pooches along on the trip compared to just 19 percent a decade ago, and that trend doesn’t seem like it’s going to subside as more and...

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Christmas Presents Made with Love

I'm busy focusing on gifts for family and friends. I have more to sew but here is a sneak-peak of a couple of the items. Baby Blanket   Circle Scarf     Must press on to the next tasks before Christmas.  A little more sewing to complete. Then...

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Making Pierogies for the Holidays

Each year, we get together as a family to create a batch of homemade pierogies with many fillings.  All pierogies are made from scratch in the Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast commercial kitchen.

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Preparations for Christmas 2018

No lack of activity here at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast. We are busy upgrading two rooms before Christmas. New end tables, bed covering and decorative cushions for the bed and new matching cushions for the couch make The Cappuccino Room look even more elegant and the new bed covering in The Ivory Room really adds a splash of Christmas colour.

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Finter Season

Finter is the shoulder season between Fall and Winter.  Have a look at our family adventures during Finter. We have a funny season, it really isn’t Fall, it really isn’t Winter, in fact it’s No Season At All, We call it Finter , it’s like our world is lying dormant...

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Halloween & Fall Decorating

At Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast, we are decorating the property with fall and Halloween trimings. We are looking forward to the last few days outdoors before the snow blankets our courtyard. This is our welcome to Hidden Valley guests during the Halloween season....

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2018 Harvest – Organic Vegetables

Harvest time is a busy time here at Hidden Valley B & B For weeks already we have been harvesting rhubarb, saskatoons, raspberries and hascap berries on a daily basis, eating and serving them fresh to our guests, and putting them away in the freezer for future...

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Breakfast To Go

Exclusive To Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast, we offer a take out breakfast. Anything we can do to make life easier and more convenient for our Guests at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast is of utmost importance to us. Quite often we have Guests who must leave at...

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Spring Clean Up & Planting 2018

I checked my gardening book for entries from last year and it said ”Spring arrived on May 10”…..and that is exactly what it did this year. This is when the increase of light becomes very dramatic and reaches its apex on June 21, the longest day of the year.  On the 10...

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Renovated Blue Room – Twin Beds

Yukon is a land of extremes. Dark and cold in the Winter, and constant daylight and warmth in the Summer….however…we have two seasons besides Spring and Fall….these are “non-seasons”, I call them Sprinter and Finter.  Finter is not fall and it is not winter. Sprinter...

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Why We Live in the Yukon

After a busy, Event Filled Winter Season at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast, we all look forward to a well-deserved break out at our cabin.  It is a special, magical time for us with no telephones, no calendars, no clocks, no radios pumping out bad news, and no...

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Fun in February

So much has been happening at Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast! We have received so many wonderful travellers from all over the world, and we have been cooking up a storm! Over the past weeks, we have seen many visitors from Mexico, Japan and China and everyone has...

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Sourdough Rendezvous 2018

Sourdough Rendezvous was its usual joyous and hilarious time with ice sculptures, flour packing, ax throwing (travellers coming all the way from Germany just to compete!), chain saw chucking and other zany events like “The Hairy Leg Contest” for ladies. Here is peek...

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Winter in the Yukon

Enjoy the warm from Hidden Valley in the cold winter months. At one time, before Hidden Valley ever existed, January , February and March were quiet months. Often we went away through January or February, viewing them as cold and dark. Owning and operating Hidden...

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Best Wishes for 2018

We really enjoyed our holiday season and wish you the best for 2018. Well Christmas is over and I had the pleasure of gifting several of the quilts that I made prior to the Christmas Season.  It is always such a pleasure to give something that is made “by hand”.  We...

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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...

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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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