Takhini is located slightly north of downtown Whitehorse and is a hub for students and first time buyers starting out in real estate due to it’s location near the Yukon College.

There is a blend of real estate to be found in Takhini from fixer uppers to brand-new construction.

Takhini is a great choice for those who want to be connected to nature but who also enjoy taking in a concert or event as it is also home to the biggest standalone arena in Whitehorse.

If softball and baseball are your thing, then there are also 3 baseball diamonds in this neighbourhood.

Takhini is walkable to downtown and the Canada Games Centre, but with access to regular public transit most people would prefer the ride.


  • Takhini arena-Takhini Arena is a multi-purpose facility located at 345 Range Road. With 1,535 seats, Takhini Arena is our largest spectator seating venue and is available for ice and dry floor bookings.
  • Whitehorse Pepsi Softball Centre- Located on range Rd.
  • Yukon Arts Center- Located at 300 College Dr. The 428 seat proscenium theatre boasts outstanding acoustics and top-of-the line technical support to provide an exceptional experience for performers and audiences alike.
  • YAC is increasingly a major presenter in Canada. The Art Lover’s Series showcases some of the most rewarding performances from the national art scene, but we do not stop there. From hip-hop to dance, from cutting edge theatre to national and international headliners, each new season surpasses the previous one.
  • Downtown Days 2- Located at 475 Range Rd. For children infant to after school age.
  • Nakwaye Ku- Located at the Yukon College. For children toddler to preschool.
  • Normandy Park- located on Normandy Rd.
  • Ortona Park- Located on Ortona Rd at Antwerp St.
  • Dieppe Park-Located on Dieppe Dr, just past Vimy Pl.

Sorry there are no Bus Routes for this area.