Beaver Creek is a community in Yukon, Canada. Located at kilometre 1870.6 of the Alaska Highway, 1 nautical mile southeast of Beaver Creek Airport and close to the Alcan - Beaver Creek Border Crossing, it is Canada's westernmost community.
This small border town is the westernmost community in Canada, and is a natural stopping place for travellers entering or leaving Alaska. Long before the Alaska Highway provided a continuous link from Alaska to British Columbia and beyond, the First Nations people of the area travelled, traded and lived for millennia. The White River First Nation continues to preserve a rich cultural heritage and ageless tradition of respecting the land.
Situated about a half-hour drive from the Alaska border, today Beaver Creek is a convenient stop for travellers. Pull in for gas, road snacks, helpful info and friendly smiles from the locals. Or stay longer and enjoy a hot meal, plug in your RV or get a cozy room. Once on your way again, you may spot more Yukon wildlife along the highway—ironically probably not a beaver.
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