Boréale Ranch is a lodge and property located 40 minutes from Whitehorse at the base of the Seven Sisters mountain range. The lodge has 6 rooms, all decorated with a modern twist and colourful local art. Delicious food, gorgeous mountain views and a relaxing atmosphere are a part of all of our packages.
We’ve taken on the most popular question we get, “What do the locals do up here?” and answered that in all aspects of our lodge. We want to share our local experiences with you: breathe deep the clean, fresh air during your outdoor activities, relax in the blanket by the fire or relax in our outdoor spa hot tub while you gaze at an incredible night sky.
Our team at Boréale are passionate about living the good life in the Yukon and are keen to share these experiences with you. We believe in eating delicious food, playing outdoors and enjoying each sunset with a toast to the day.
We are just updating this bit and Marsha isn’t as quick on the computer as she thinks she is. Come say hi as we add some faces and some of their words!
My uncle James says this about me: Ziggy has the happy demeanour of a person who loves what she does.
I love my job, I love the people I get to meet.
Life is about experiences, adventures, laughter, hard work and good fun. We spend most of our lives working and playing, so we’d better enjoy both.
I enjoy riding my bike in the summer and sliding around on skis in the winter. the Yukon is a pretty special place where we can live an active lifestyle. There’s a reason the folks you’ll meet here live and work here.
My name is Marsha. I love bicycles, crazy ideas and laughing a lot.
My name is Sylvain. I’m still improving my SUP skills.
– British import via whistler
– teaches bike mechanics when not guiding
– blows things up and puts on band-aids in the winter (Blackcomb ski patrol)
– particularly likes to ride and explore in the alpine
– favourite local trail is McDonald creek
Hello! The question I get the most often is “Do you prefer David or Dave?” For the record it’s Gary. I like ridiculous ponderous thoughts like “what’s the weirdest job you’ve ever had?” Mine was as a door to door salesman for wheelie bins, for curbside garbage collection in New Zealand. I found my calling in guiding and I want to share with you the locals experience so that you too can be a local, even if it’s for a stay.
My name is Egle.