Atlin

Atlin coffee is burning up the market

Having a wood-fired coffee roaster is more than just a gimmick—it’s good business sense for Philippe and Leandra Brient, co-owners of Atlin Mountain Coffee Roasters.

Dog Culture – Jen Sugden

I wanted to share this picture I took of my dog, Dexter, at sunset on Atlin Lake. [box] Meet our dogs, they live for us, we live for them, the Yukon would not be the Yukon without Dog Culture. Send photos of Yukon dogs and their people to [email protected]![/box]

Fete for the Feline

When Coralie Ullyett first saw him at the bar a few years ago, she thought he was cute. Ullyett and some friends were visiting Atlin, B.C., for a girls’ weekend, and before settling into their rental cabin, they stopped at the recreation centre lounge for a drink. “I hadn’t heard about Bob before, and I was …

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The Yukon’s Magnificent 11 – Part 4 of 6

For several years, the B.C. government had allocated funds to build a road from Atlin to the border, but the Yukon side remained unfunded despite pledges of support from just about everybody except the people signing the cheques.

Bridging the Divide

Author Kate Harris shucked her space dreams and, with her friend, Mel Yule, picked up the courage to embark on a different trip: to cycle the Silk Road from end to end.

Fishermen’s Tales: Mike Gustus

There are lies, darn lies and fishing stories. In the Yukon, fishing is a huge hobby and we’d love to share your big ones, but only if they didn’t get away!

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