2021 Expeditions: Seven Sacred Rivers of the Peel

This summer, return to a wild river with Nahanni River Adventures and allow the wondrous landscape and summer winds of the Seven Sacred Rivers of the Peel Watershed to wash over you. 

These exclusive, small group expeditions will see us journey deep into the Peel watershed and reconnect with the natural world. 

Flowing from stunning alpine landscapes the Wind and the Snake Rivers are renowned for their intact ecology, fascinating geological and cultural history, storied sub-arctic wildlife and abundant hiking opportunities. 

Approved by the Chief Medical Officer of the Yukon, these journeys of discovery will be a safe and comfortable and learn upon our decades of experience to create a celebration of wilderness and an experience unlike any other in 2021! 

Snake River: June 30 – July 13 (Sold Out)
Snake River: July 19 – August 1st (canoe/raft)
Wind River: July 18 – August 1 (Sold Out)
Wind River: July 22 – August 5 (canoe) 

Contact our office for details and availability, see you on the river! 

A mountain caribou bull grazing the alpine meadows of the Snake River
The Peel is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the Dall Sheep who make their home amongst the rugged mountains

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