Is skiing in the Yukon like skiing somewhere else? you could find an answer in the following video. Click on the link below and enjoy.
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Some great footage. Unfortunately it constantly mentions the Yukon. Most of the skiing filmed is in British Columbia, always has been and will continue to be. Let’s not confuse where the boundary lies, so Log Cabin, Summit and the Haines Pass are in British Columbia.
You are right, administratively White Pass is in British-Columbia because years ago when the boundaries were set-up from a map somewhere in Canada, people have no clue about this area.
Historically, White-Pass and the Chilkoot Pass are the gateway to the Yukon. It is so far from the closest BC community that Yukoners take care of it ;-).