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Yukon, Canada

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 64.000000, -135.000000.

Yukon Territory is the smallest and westernmost territory of Canada. It is bordered by Alaska to the west, the Northwest Territories to the east, and British Columbia to the south. The territory's capital city, Whitehorse, is the largest settlement of all three territories. The territory of Yukon was named after the Yukon River. Yukon is home to several points of interest such as Kluane National Park and Reserve, Ivvavik National Park, MacBride Museum of Yukon History, the Alsek River, historical landmarks, hiking trails, glaciers, lakes, etc. Mount Logan in Kluane National Park and Reserve is the highest mountain in the country and the second-highest on the continent.

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Yukon, Canada Lat Long Coordinates Info

The latitude of Yukon, Canada is 64.000000, and the longitude is -135.000000. Yukon, Canada is located at Canada country in the Territories place category with the gps coordinates of 64° 0' 0.0000'' N and 135° 0' 0.0000'' W.

Yukon, Canada Geographic Information
DMS Lat64° 0' 0.0000'' N
DMS Long135° 0' 0.0000'' W
UTM Easting500,000.00
UTM Northing7,097,014.16
Country CodeCA
Zoom Level5

Coordinates of Yukon, Canada is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.

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Barbara Davison 2024-05-18 19:54:59

Error found. Yukon has always been a Canadian territory. It was the Northwest Territory that was split and a new territory Nunavet was established. Yukon was not affected by the division of the Northwest Territory which had its boundaries changed on the eastern side when Nunavet came into being.

Carol Hartley 2020-06-28 17:37:42

I question the statement in your introduction, the the Yukon only came into existence in 2002. We visited in 1983, and it was an established territory then. Nunavut is the place that became a territory in 2002, having before then been part of the NWT. Yukon pre-dates that considerably.