• RACE RULES 2022 – please study these and we will update information below in February-March 2022
  • IMPORTANT – For the 2021 race, all support crew members must be part of their team’s bubble. No exceptions. See details in the Briefing below.
  • Current Health & Travel Mandates (check for updates weekly): Yukon: https://yukon.ca/en/covid-19-information  Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html
  • YRQ 2021 Racers & Support Crew Briefing (UPDATED 6/17/21 Downloadable Powerpoint).  View before coming to Whitehorse. One support crew from each team is still required to attend this mandatory virtual briefing with their team. There will be three opportunities: Zoom meetings will be June 15 at 6 & 7:30 pm, and June 17 at 7:30 pm.  Invites will be sent to teams. Also, see Schedule link below.
  • ALSO SEE: Carmacks Briefing Notes (updated 6/6/21).
  • 2021 Race Event Schedule (updated 6/17/21 with new COVID protocols)
  • IMPORTANT! – YRQ asks for the cooperation of all those involved in following the race to keep the highways safe. There is no stopping along highway shoulder to view the race. Near the Carmacks checkpoint please do not use the highway shoulder for parking: watch for parking areas.
  • Dawson City bus information:
    The Klondike Experience Husky Bus offers transportation back from Dawson City following the race. They depart at 4 pm following the awards. Reserve at http://www.klondikeexperience.com/huskybus/ or call 1-867-993-3821, or email info@klondikeexperience.com
  • Setting Up SPOT Tracking Devices
  • First Aid Kit Information. Make sure your team has all these items at boat checks. See complete list of required gear posted in current rules.
  • Unfortunately, for this year only, support crews must remain in their bubble and are not encouraged to volunteer a shift at Carmacks and/or Dawson. But we’d love your help in 2022.  It’s fun! See more info on how to sign up on our Volunteer page!