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River Recipes: Blueberry Pie

I hail from a family renowned for its delicious homemade pies. We are talking flaky crusts and run-down-your-chin-fruit-filled deliciousness. So, what do you do when blueberries are this plentiful? Make blueberry pie!

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Dietary Concerns

We can accommodate food allergies or dietary needs with advance notice and our meals can be tailored for vegetarians, vegans and gluten-free diets. Just let us know when you register for your trip if you have any special nutritional needs.

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That is a wrap!

As our last expedition of 2021 returns to Whitehorse, Yukon we would like to thank each guest who joined us

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Mary and Gus Kraus on the Nahanni River

Mary Kraus, First Lady of the Nahanni

The Nahanni watershed is widely recognized as a place of global significance. Its diverse geology boasts landforms that include Canada’s deepest river canyons, some of the largest tufa deposits in the world, as well as hot springs, karsts and pseudo-karsts. For those travelling the Nahanni River, it is the stories of the people who spent time in the Nahanni that add dimension and colour to the magnificence of the landscape they’re immersed in. Read on for a bio of Mary Kraus, First Lady of the Nahanni.

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Recipe: Lunch 5 Glory Bowl

Lunch five on our expeditions is a constant favourite. Glory Bowls; a delicious, fresh and filling lunch is almost as good at home as it is deep in the Canyons of the Nahanni!

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