>>1065218 >Interesting wilderness, few people What is generally interesting to most people relates to a topographical change (mountain ranges) and anything maritime or around water features. So...maritime provinces and coastlines, major lakes and streams, and interesting hiking/waterfalls and what nature created when tectonic plates smash together. When you "get it" about these things, you'll find what >>1065216 said is true. People live very west or very east in Canada, as close to the American border as possible, or around the shipping and navigation that was possible around the Great Lakes regions. I'm not sure exactly what you wish to see, but national parks and state parks tend to have set aside beautiful features early on. Any newer sites probably have more to do with protecting a watershed or preserving some bit of nature that is important to scientists seeing a bigger picture, but isn't visit-worthy. So, head to either coast, or a sea town, or visit your better cities. Any remote idea is based on BORING plains, or was a trade stop between coasts during fur and fish trade days (ohh, like Whitehorse).
>>1065645 Yellowknife has no redeeming qualities at all. It is nothing but drunk indians and drunker, nasty miners. NWT has one highway that ends at Yellowknife so if you want to travel anywhere else, you fly and it is very expensive. It is flat, rocky, mosquito ridden and the weather is horrid.
The Yukon otoh has a number of quite interesting highways, lots of mountains and even a highway that travels to the Arctic Circle.
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