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Country
Canada
State
Northwest Territories
City
yellowknife
Type of Location
Multiple
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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By Air

Yellowknife Airport  is located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. The airport is part of the National Airports System, and is operated by the government of the Northwest Territories. The airport has regular scheduled passenger service, and is also used as a forward operating base for the CF-188 Hornet. Yellowknife Airport is the busiest airport in northern Canada. The Canadian Forces' CC-138 Twin Otter transport and utility aircraft are permanently based here, as 440 Squadron of 17 Wing Winnipeg.

By Bus & coach

Bus services use buses on conventional roads to carrying numerous passengers on shorter journeys. Buses operate with low capacity (i.e. compared with trams or trains), and can operate on conventional roads, with relatively inexpensive bus stops to serve passengers. Therefore buses are commonly used in smaller cities and towns, in rural areas as well for shuttle services supplementing in large cities. Bus rapid transit is an ambiguous term used for buses operating on dedicated right-of-way, much like a light rail. Trolleybuses are electric buses that employ overhead wires to get power for traction. Online Electric Vehicles are buses that run on a conventional battery, but are recharged frequently at certain points via underground wires

By Train

Passenger rail transport is the conveyance of passengers by means of wheeled vehicles specially designed to run on railways. Trains allow high capacity on short or long distance, but require track infrastructure and stations to be built. Urban rail transit consists of trams, light rail, rapid transit, people movers, commuter rail and funiculars.

Key places to visit
Fred Henne Territorial Park , Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Caribou Carnival, Bush Pilot's Monument, Yellowknife River


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Places to Visit

Fred Henne Territorial Park  

Set on Long Lake, near Yellowknife on Highway 3, the Fred Henne Territorial Park is a popular recreation area with a sandy beach, boat launch, kitchen shelter, BBQ pits and picnic tables. A network of trails connects Fred Henne park to other territorial parks located in the area. A well-serviced campsite is located at the park.

Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center in Yellowknife is exceptionally interesting.
As well as displaying its large mineral collection and finds from the Center's archaeological research, the museum explores in depth the culture of the Dene Indians and traces the pervasive influence of the fur trade, in operation here since at least the 18th c.

Caribou Carnival

The Caribou Carnival in Yellowknife is an annual winter event that takes place in late March and draws visitors from all over. The carnival features entertainment, unique games and contests, crafts, and other fun events.

Bush Pilot's Monument

Honors the pilots that opened up the far north and still provide essential transportation and delivery services to remote comunities. Situated near the float plane docks. This pillar stands six storeys high, and can be climbed for a terrific view of Yellowknife. Located on 'The Rock'peninsula.

Yellowknife River  

This river runs through the city of Yellowknife and empties into Yellowknife Bay. Its source is Great Slave Lake. The river is known for its clean water and is a popular spot for canoes and kayaks.

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