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Cozy comfort in a wilderness setting

Barbecue on the deck

Cook in the kitchen

Read a book indoors

Or on a bench overlooking the lake


The cabin is mainly a log building with an addition for a modern bathroom (shower, toilet and washhand basin) made of pine.  The bedroom area was also extended.  There is hot and cold running water.

The cabin is fully furnished and equipped with everything you need to move in and enjoy the Yukon landscape.  The kitchen is integrated with the living area and is equipped with a large fridge, a microwave and a two-burner hotplate, as well as a kettle, coffee pot and all dishes.  The bedroom area has twin beds so is suitable for one or two people. I stock the kitchen with coffee, tea, sugar, oil and vinegar.


The cabin is available from mid-May to mid-October.

The rental rate is $125 per night with a minimum of 3 nights rental.  There is no GST.

Check in is after 3 pm (earlier by special arrangement) and check out is by 11 am.

To book, please email me using the form on the right.  In the message, let me know the date you would like to arrive and how many nights (minimum 3) you want to book for.  Also, let me know if this is for one or two people.  You can add any questions you might have and I will do my best to answer them.

Photos of cabin

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The cabin is situated on my property called the Lodge at Lake Laberge.  It is 50 kilometres from downtown Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory in Northern Canada and the only way to reach here is by renting a vehicle.  It is a lovely 30 to 40 minute drive, depending on how quickly you drive. Of course, if you stop to take photographs of our pristine wilderness, it could take a lot longer.

There are lots of things to do in the immediate vicinity.  Scroll down to the bottom and click on Attractions Nearby to see what is available.

Directions from Whitehorse

You can fly to Whitehorse from Vancouver, Calgary or Edmonton via Air North, Yukon’s own airline.  You can also fly on Air Canada from Vancouver.  Once you are in Whitehorse, you can follow these directions to get to the cabin.  If you get lost, call me (633-2747).

  • North from Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway and travel 12 km
  • Turn right onto the Klondike Highway, which leads to Dawson City, and travel 34 km
  • Turn right onto Deep Creek Road, which leads to the Lake Laberge campgroud, and travel 4.5 km
  • Just before the campground (you will see the campground sign), turn left on to Fossil Point Road
  • The cabin is 1.9 km along Fossil Point Road.  There is a flower box at the top of the driveway by the road with a sign ‘The Lodge’ and Lot 100.

Attractions Nearby

There are lots of interesting things to see around Whitehorse. Click on any of the images below, to open the images in a larger size in a lightbox.  You will be able to see what is in store for you.

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© Janet B. Webster