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Secluded Forest Getaway: Black Spruce Cabins in Whitehorse, Yukon

by | Mar 7, 2024

In the heart of Canada’s Yukon lies a hidden gem for gay travelers seeking tranquility amidst nature’s embrace. Welcome to Black Spruce Cabins, a secluded forest getaway nestled amidst the rugged wilderness near Whitehorse. Let’s delve into why this eco-friendly retreat is the perfect escape for those craving a blend of serenity and adventure.

Fairylights illuminate the pathways to the Black Spruce Cabins on a winter night in Whitehorse, Yukon.

Location and Setting

Tucked away just minutes from downtown Whitehorse, Black Spruce Cabins offer a serene haven away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Surrounded by towering black spruce trees, these cabins seamlessly blend into the natural landscape, providing a true sense of seclusion and tranquility for LGBTQ+ travelers.

Experience Tranquility at Black Spruce Cabins in Whitehorse

Accommodation Overview

Each boutique cabin at Black Spruce is meticulously designed to offer a balance of rustic charm and modern comfort, ensuring an intimate and exclusive experience. From plush queen beds adorned with luxurious organic cotton sheets to forest views through large windows, every detail is thoughtfully curated to immerse guests in the captivating natural surroundings.

The cozy, eco-friendly interior of the Black Spruce Cabins in Whitehose, Yukon.

Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship

One of the most notable features of Black Spruce Cabins is their unwavering commitment to sustainable living and environmental stewardship. Built using locally sourced materials and powered by renewable energy sources such as solar power, these cabins epitomize eco-friendly hospitality without compromising on comfort.

The cozy, eco-friendly interior of the Black Spruce Cabins in Whitehose, Yukon.

Outdoor Activities and Exploration

For LGBTQ+ travelers seeking outdoor adventures, Black Spruce Cabins serve as the perfect base camp. Whether it’s exploring hiking trails that wind through dense forests, casting a line into pristine waters for a catch of Arctic grayling, or indulging in winter activities like ice skating, snowmobiling, dogsledding, and cross-country skiing; there’s no shortage of exhilarating experiences to be had in the Yukon wilderness.

A group of gay travelers on a dogsledding adventure with MukTuk Adventures in Whitehorse, Yukon.

Booking Your Stay

Reserving your cabin at Black Spruce Cabins is seamless, allowing you to immerse yourself in the tranquility, wonder, and splendor of the Yukon’s wilderness effortlessly. Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway or a solo adventure, let Black Spruce Cabins be your home away from home in this captivating corner of Canada.

The Black Spruce Cabins in Whitehorse are your secluded forest getaway for LGBTQ travelers.

Escape the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary with a stay at Black Spruce Cabins. Whether you’re seeking solitude in nature’s embrace or craving thrilling outdoor adventures, this secluded forest getaway promises an unforgettable experience for LGBTQ+ travelers in the Yukon. Book your stay today and embark on a journey of discovery and rejuvenation amidst Canada’s untamed beauty.

Plan Your Trip to Whitehorse, Yukon Today with Travel Yukon

The Yukon is home to epic landscapes, the tallest mountain in Canada, and nature’s most coveted light show, the aurora borealis. Moose, caribou, mountain sheep, black bears, grizzlies, and wood bison roam the sweeping expanses. Indigenous culture, a burgeoning culinary scene, thrilling outdoor adventures, historic sites, and welcoming communities abound in the Land of the Midnight Sun.

HomoCulture founder, Brian Webb, waves a HomoCulture flag while standing on a snowmobile with the Yukon wilderness in the background.

Known as the “Wilderness City”, Whitehorse has the great outdoors at its doorstep. Beautiful, energetic, and entertaining—Whitehorse has all the makings of a big city. Exciting outdoor adventure, live theatre, a variety of dining options, deep roots, and riveting gold rush history.

The Pride crosswalk in downtown Whitehose on a winter day.

Whitehorse is a captivating mix of coffee shops, museums, and quirky heritage buildings, blended with a capital city going about its business. Creativity runs deep—with public art, inspired cuisine, live performances, and inviting cultural explorations. Small shops offer everything from fine local artwork to fireweed jelly.

The Yukon welcomes LGBTQ+ travelers year-round, including for epic winter vacation experiences.

Plan your trip with the help of Travel Yukon.

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Brian Webb

Brian Webb


Brian Webb is the founder and editor-in-chief of HomoCulture, a celebrated content creator, and winner of the prestigious Mr. Gay Canada – People’s Choice award.An avid traveler, Brian attends Pride events, festivals, street fairs, and LGBTQ friendly destinations through the HomoCulture Tour. He has developed a passion for discovering and sharing authentic lived experiences, educating about the LGBTQ community, and using both his photography and storytelling to produce inspiring content.Originally from the beautiful Okanagan Valley in the southern interior of British Columbia, Brian now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. His personal interests include travel, photography, physical fitness, mixology, drag shows.

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