With mountain bike tours already running in Ecuador, Mexico, Nepal, Scotland and Spain, Worldwide MTB Adventures has added a little something closer to home.

And by closer, we do mean a little. Tucked way up in the north west section of Canada, the Yukon is remote, but at least accessible by car for North Americans, making it a bit more affordable of a trip if you carpool a decent sized group of riding buddies. That, or airport transfers are included from the Whitehorse airport. If the scenery in the video doesn’t make you want to book now, check your pulse.

The Yukon tour packs in six days of activity -five riding and one paddling- and is fully supported with guides, food, transportation and “luxury yurt” accommodations. It’s BYOB for beer, wine or whatever spirit strikes your fancy, though. Prices are #2,560 per person based on double occupancy. Norco bike rentals are available for an extra charge. Two tours are on tap for 2013: July 14-21 and August 11-18.

Want more? There’s a Whistler, BC, extension trip to tack on another five days of shredding the parks and singletrack.

What do you think?