Dunroamin’: (verb) finished traveling, convinced to unpack one’s bags when the ideal location presents itself, in a place that hums with creativity, in balance with nature, planting roots for the searching, roaming, restless bohemian/gypsy type.
The Dunroamin’ Retreat is also a Bed and Breakfast, specializing in personalized visits in a vibrant and creative community within Yukon’s wilderness.
During your stay the guest cabin and grounds are completely yours to explore and enjoy!
To the curious adventurer, Crag lake is central to nearby attractions and interesting destinations. The Dunroamin’ Retreat is located one hour south from Whitehorse, 10 minutes from Carcross and the smallest desert in the world. Skagway Alaska is just over an hour drive away on the South Klondike Highway, over the spectacular White Pass, which parallels the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Railway. Atlin, B.C. known as “the little Switzerland of the North”, is a scenic drive 2.5 hours away. In spring time, the annual migration of trumpeter swans are visible just down the road at Tagish or a larger population can be viewed at Marsh Lake, 45 minutes away.