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Rent Apartments and Houses in Whitehorse Yukon

Whitehorse is Yukon 's capital and only port, and is the largest city in the north of Canada. Before the river was dammed, the community was named after the White Horse Rapids because of their similarity to the mane of a white horse, near Miles Canyon. The atmosphere is milder than similar northern cities such as Yellowknife due to the city 's location in the Whitehorse valley and relative proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Winter days are brief at this latitude and summer days provide up to around 19 hours of sunshine. Whitehorse is also the city with the least air pollution in the world, as recorded by Guinness World Records.

The proximity of Whitehorse to the wilderness and the mountains encourages its inhabitants to experience a very active lifestyle. Inside its borders, the city has a vast trail network, measured to be 850 km, including portions of the Trans Canada Trail. For a number of non-motorized and/or motorized operations, these trails are used. The Yukon River has numerous kayaking and canoeing experiences in and around Whitehorse. If you’re looking for an isolated yet lively place to call home, do consider houses for rent in Whitehorse.

Average Rent Prices in Whitehorse, Yukon

Bedrooms Average Median Sampled
Apartments
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1
room
$2,500
$2,500
1 units
Condos
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1
room
$1,600
$1,600
1 units
2
rooms
$2,500
$2,500
2 units
3
rooms
$900
$900
1 units
Townhouses
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2
rooms
$3,100
$3,100
1 units
3
rooms
$950
$950
1 units
Rooms
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1
room
$1,084
$968
4 units
Basements
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1
room
$1,750
$1,750
1 units
2
rooms
$2,350
$2,350
2 units