Famous for its history from the "gold rush" era, the Yukon is the smallest of Canada's three Northern Territories and is one of the least inhabited. It offers visitors the opportunity to experience an abundance of fish and wildlife, pristine rivers and lakes, rugged mountains and spectacular beauty. The name "Yukon" is derived from a native language which has the meaning of "Great River". This no doubt is in reference to the mighty Yukon River which flows across the Territory, into Alaska and into the Bering Sea. Much of this vast territory is only accessible by wheel plane, float plane or helicopter and several professional air charter operators are available throughout the territory to take fishermen, hunters, geologists and outdoor enthusiasts into regions where few others have travelled. To make it easier for you to locate your perfect outdoor adventure and then discover how to get there, we have developed this special feature section which we call Yukon Charter Flights To Adventure. It features a directory with links to top attractions and activities available throughout the Yukon Territory as well as links to wheel plane, float plane and helicopter charter services who specialize in transporting passengers, cargo and goods into many of these remore regions.