Part of my recent trip to Yukon was a trip up the Dempster Highway (think of a gravel road that gradually gets worse as you go north) from Dawson City to the Arctic Circle. Let's just say there are many photos, but these are the ones from the Tombstone Park. The trip up was on the 8th, and back the next day, so there might be some similar shots with different light. We were a little past the peak of the colour this year, but it's still pretty spectacular, especially if you love a brutally rugged landscape replete with golds, browns, and yellows.
This first one is the iconic valley heading toward Tombstone Mountain in late morning light. This panorama is 15490 px wide by 4098 high, or about 3.8 wide x 1 tall. It would print out about 5 feet wide or so. Perfect for that big space over one of your windows.
Here's a closer view with a big lens. This is the least hazy I've ever seen it.
A medium view from the next day, in late afternoon light. You can already see the smoke rolling in.
It's a big empty place. Look for the transport truck for scale.
There are more Tombstone photos on my daily blog, here.