Seasonal Rentals

Availability in Winter: November to March, minimum stay 3 nights
Lynx Cabin: Two-storey cabin, accommodates 4-5 guests


Rates per cabin for 1 or 2 guests:

3 nights $550 + GST | 4 nights $690 + GST | 5 nights $820 + GST
6 nights $950 + GST | 7 nights $1060 + GST

*Additional guests are $100 to $200 per person per stay


Our wilderness cabins are situated on secluded Dalayee Lake, nestled in the rolling hills of southern Yukon. Accessible by skiplane or on skis or snowshoes, the rustic log cabins offer a true respite from the stresses of modern-day life. The lake is at an elevation of about 970 meters / 3200 feet and is ice covered from December to May. This is an awesome place to relax and explore winter solitude at its best. The Lynx cabin is available year-round and the recently completed wood fired sauna gives it a special touch.

The two story LYNX is the one we rent in the first place, offering room for four to five people. On the main floor you will find a sofa, table with chairs and a kitchenette equipped with everything you need for your cabin adventure. The upper floor has one queen size bed and a 3-bed bunk bed. There is no electricity and no phone service on the property.

The Grizzly cabin is only available in the summer

A cozy wood fired SAUNA is available for all guests.

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Details about Dalayee Cabins
Explore the area

Covered with a thick layer of ice and sparkling snow, the lake and region offers many opportunities for winter activities. Look for signs of passing moose, caribou, lynx and snowshoe hare. Gaze at the stars and it is very likely to spot the amazing northern lights dancing across the sky. Enjoy snowshoeing, skiing, ice fishing or build a Quincy on the lake or ashore – another wonderful way to experience Yukon Winter

Location and winter access:

Dalayee Lake lies – as the crow flies – 85 km / 55 miles southeast of Whitehorse. Fly-in by skiplane gives you a great birds-eye view of the region and is a choice you will not regret. On the road it is 110km / 70 miles to the trail head. From there you can ski or snowshoe the 9 km / 5.5 miles to the cabins. The trail follows a gentle slope thru a winter-fairytale forest. Elevation gain is approximately 200 meters / 650 feet.


Cabin rental, sauna, firewood and propane, kitchenette with utensils and dishes (bring your own food), and comfy beds (bring your own sleeping bag). For the milder days there is a propane BBQ on the deck. Water is hauled from a nearby creek which is part of the simple lifestyle this place has to offer. The beds have comfortable mattresses, however we recommend you bring a sleeping bag with you.The clean outhouse is just a few steps away.

Rates for transportation:

Road transfer to the trail head, up to 4 guests is $300.00 + GST, one-way.
Ski plane from Whitehorse is available from $675.00 + GST, one-way
If you would like to go in on skis or snowshoes we offer snowmobile support for your luggage for $450.00 + GST, one-way.

Gear Rentals (check for availability prior arrival):
  • Satellite phones can be rented from one of these stores in Whitehorse
For armchair travelers
  • Pure Yukon tales and poems, by Robert Service (
  • The shooting of Dan McCrew
  • The cremation of Sam McGee
  • The Men that don’t fit in
Humorous reading
  • Bill Bryson, A walk in the woods
  • auch auf deutsch: Picknik mit Bären
First Nation Culture
  • Velma Wallis
  • Two Old Women, an Alaska legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival
  • Zwei alte Frauen, eine Legende von Verrat und Tapferkeit


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