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Nash Creek Hot Springs

The Nash Creek Hot Springs are the most remote in Yukon and the northernmost in Canada. The springs and surrounding area are part of the settlement lands covered by the final agreement between the Na-Cho Nyak Dun First Nation people, and public recreation access is permitted under the government agreement settlement.
The Springs are 120 kilometres northeast of Mayo in central Yukon. They’re roughly 12 kilometres upstream from where Nash Creek falls into the Wind River, on the south side of the creek. At the springs, there is a small private airfield that is now inaccessible to fixed-wing aircraft, as well as a private cottage near the airstrip.

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