About Old Crow
Where is Old Crow?
Old Crow is the North-west most community in Canada and the Northern-most community in the Yukon. Old Crow is located at the confluence of the Crow and Porcupine Rivers.
How do you get to Old Crow?
We are only accessible by flying Air North, Yukon's Airline from Whitehorse, Inuvik, and Dawson City. There is one flight in and out of Old Crow almost everyday. Main modes of transportation in our community are snowmobile, ATV, boat, and dogsled.
How big is Old Crow?
Old Crow is a small community of about 240 people. It is the traditional territory of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.
What are some places of Interest around Old Crow?
Because Old Crow is a remote, fly-in only community, we do not have many cars in the community. Historically, the primary mode of transportation was dogsled. Now, people also use ATVs, Skiddoos, boats, and there are some trucks in the community. There are no rental cars, no taxis, and no public transit buses in Old Crow.
Is there electricity and running water in Old Crow?
Yes! Old Crow has electricity powered by a diesel generator and the new solar farm. Each house in the community is on water delivery, meaning that water is delivered by a large truck 2-3 times per week.
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Where Can I stay in Old Crow?
Old Crow has a few B&Bs in town and motel rooms located on top of our grocery store. There are also options to camp or enjoy a home stay in our community. As of 2022, we now provide accommodations at our own B&B, Edith Josie House. You can find a list of other accommodations and contact information here. Please note that all accommodations in Old Crow are rustic.
Are there any restaurants?
Guests in Old Crow can purchase food at the local grocery store or we can work with local cooks to cater your visit. Our local caterer provides meals at $100/per person/day.
What other activities can I do in Old Crow?