Landforms:
Yukon is home to many physical features, such as Mt Logan, the highest peak in Yukon, and some national parks. They are:
The Kluane 
The Ivvavick
and the 
Vuntut National Parks. 
Yukon also houses the Carcross Desert, the Old Crow Flats, and  the Komakuk Beach.
Also, some of the Mackenzie mountains and the Coast Moutains are in this territory. From the Mackenzie mountains, the Yukon Plateau is also in the territory. 

Waterways:
Random facts:
The Yukon River is the 5th largest river in North America.
Steamboats used to carry miners and frieght to and from gold camps of the Yukon and Alaska.

In Yukon, two of the many lakes major enough to show on Yukon's map, I found Watson Lake and Lake Laberge. Also, there is the Rock River.
Besides these lakes, one of the other major waterways in Yukon is the Yukon River. The Yukon river was formed by the joining together of the Lewes and Pelly rivers in the southwestern part of Yukon. It then flows northwest across Yukon to Alaska, then southwest across Alaska into the Bering Sea. The Yukon River is 1,980 miles long, making it the 3rd largest river in North America. This river first attracted attention when rich gold strikes were found  in 1896 in the Klondike River. 

Because Yukon is not in the United States, it does not have a state quarter.

Yukon is found mostly in the Cordilleran Region, but a small section of Yukon lies in the Interior Plains region.