Highways Coverage

YARA maintains voice repeaters in Carcross, Faro, Haines Junction, Johnson's Crossing, Stewart Crossing, Whitehorse (4) and White River in Yukon as well as Bennett and Atlin in British Columbia. You can print a map of the entire system of repeater coverage along the highways.

By 2014 all repeaters in Yukon will require a 100Hz Tone to be activated.

All highway KM markers increase from south to north or east to west unless otherwise stated.

The NO COVERAGE designation does not mean a total lack of coverage. The repeaters may work beyond the listed points but the coverage will be spotty (hilltops usually) and the signal very noisy.

Alaska Highway (Hwy 1)

The linked repeater system now provides 759 km (470 miles) of continuous Alaska Highway coverage. The coverage will be approximately 1,076 km (650+ miles)!

147.06+Watson Lake (KM 1008) to Logjam Creek (KM 1210)
146.52Simplex Drop Repeater between Watson Lake and Swift River '14)
147.06+Swift River, through Teslin, past Johnson's Crossing to Jakes Corner (Alaska Highway and Atlin Road Junction)
146.82-Squanga Lake to Yukon River
146.88-Whitehorse area, south to Jakes Corner, west to Takhini River Crossing, north to Lake Lebarge (not linked to network)
146.94-Jakes Corner to Whitehorse and Whitehorse to Mendenhall Subdivision (KM 1550)
146.82 Kusawa Lake turnoff to White River (including Haines Junction, Destruction Bay and Burwash Landing)
146.52Beaver Creek (Horsecamp Hill) Remote Base - Burwash to Tetlin Jct (In Alaska)
See Arctic Amateur Radio Club .The Northway Junction Alaska repeater (103.5 PL) can be used from Snag Junction (KM 1913) north into Alaska. Be aware that you may still "hear" the Mt. Decoli repeater on the same frequency and this may cause noisy interference on receive.

Klondike Highway (Hwy 2)

Full coverage on the South Klondike Highway and most of the North Klondike Highway

146.52 simplexSkagway to Canada Customs (Remote base and simplex)
147.24+ US/Canada border to Bove Island pull out
146.82-South end of Tutshi Lake to Carcross and north to Robinson. Also covers Tagish Road (Hwy 8) from Carcross to Jakes Corner
146.88-Robinson to Whitehorse, to Lake Labarge turnoff (also, IRLP. Not Linked, local Whitehorse only)
146.94-Robinson to Twin Lakes (greater Whitehorse area)
146.82-Little Fox Lake to 10 kms south of Pelly Crossing (KM 450)
146.82-Pelly Crossing, west to Dempster Highway Junction (KM 678), including Stewart Crossing, and east to Mayo
146.52 Simplex Dawson City including from Dempster Highway to Dawson, to Clinton Creek turnoff (Remote base connected to repeater system)
147.06+Dempster Highway Junction to Dawson, to Canada / US Customs (Top of World Highway) Note: this has been temporarily turned down to conserve battery power - use 146.52 simplex

Haines Highway (Hwy 3)

146.940 T100Haines, AK - Chilly Ridge, connected to Yukon network
146.52 SimplexHaines (from the drop north of Skagway, but it has limited coverage up the Haines Highway)
146.82-Canada /US customs to BC / Yukon border
147.06From Chilkat Pass to Kathleen Lake
146.82-Haines Junction

Juneau, AK

147.360 + offsetJuneau (from Eagle-Crest), connects to Yukon repeater system

Robert Campbell Highway (Hwy 4)

147.06+Watson Lake, to Km 50
NO COVERAGE from (KM 50) to Ross River (KM 373)
146.82- (100 PL)Ross River (Including Faro) to Little Salmon Lake
146.82-Little Salmon Lake to Carmacks

Dempster Highway (Hwy 5)

NO COVERAGE except lower 20 KM on 146.82-.

Canol Road (Hwy 6)

147.06+Johnson's Crossing (KM 0) to Quiet Lake
NO COVERAGE from Quiet Lake to Ross River
146.82- (100 PL)Ross River area
NO COVERAGE from Ross River to YT/NWT Border (KM 463)

Atlin Road (Hwy 7)

147.36+Atlin area north to Mt Minto and Jakes Corner (Linked to the repeater system)
146.82- & 147.06+ Sporadic coverage from the BC/Yukon border to Jakes Corner on these frequencies

Tagish Road (Hwy 8)

146.82- Jake's Corner (KM 0) to Carcross (KM 55).

Dawson Boundary Road (Hwy 9)
(Top of the World Highway)

147.06+From Dawson almost to the US/ Canada Border
146.94- (103.5 PL)The Alaskan side of the border is covered by the repeater in Eagle. This repeater may cover some of the Canadian side of the border as well. This has NOT been tested to our knowledge, let Ron know if you can work this repeater in Canada

Nahanni Range Road (Hwy 10)

NO COVERAGE on the Nahanni Range Road.

Silver Trail (Hwy 11)

The KM markings go from west to east on this road!
146.82+Stewart Crossing (KM 0) to Mayo Flight Strip (KM 55) including Mayo.
146.94-Mayo to Keno (KM 111)