If you make the effort to get yourself (and your sled) to the Yukon Territories to snowmobile, you won’t be disappointed. Towering mountains—Canada’s tallest peak (5959-metre Mt. Logan) is in the Yukon—plenty of powder, a limitless number of backcountry trails and beautiful scenery all await any adventurer who doesn’t much like to share the snow with many people. The Continental Divide takes a wild ride through the Yukon, but, ironically, the territory’s tallest mountains aren’t even nestled in the Continental Divide. They are in the southwest corner of the territory.