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Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
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Archive for the ‘Nahanni River Articles’ Category

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Secrets of the Nahanni by Melanie Siebert

Check out the Canadian Geographic article that our amazing guide Melanie Siebert wrote about the Nahanni. You can also check it out here. Or read the story below! “I don’t tell secrets. Secrets are meant to be stowed. Tended. Carried. Well, maybe if you’d fished me and my boat out of the drink, lent me a […]

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Nahanni Stamp Created in Commemoration of UNESCO Heritage Site Status

Nahanni National Park was the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. This beautiful postage stamp features, Virginia Falls, nearly twice the height of Niagara. The original photo was taken by Park Warden Jackie Zinger. You can visit the Nahanni UNESCO website here

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Memorable Wildlife Sighting

It was 1985 and Neil Hartling was on an upriver Nahanni trek, following in the footsteps on Raymond Patterson, author of Dangerous River. In the midst of that arduous journey was one of his most memorable wildlife sightings. The story is on the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society web site celebrating the 50th anniversary of CPAWS. Follow the […]

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Nahanni National Park – Grizzly Bear Trail Camp Clip

This is excellent footage showing a grizzly at a rubbing tree, leaving hair and scent. Biologist Dr. John Weaver used DNA from grizzly hair samples to gain amazing data about the bears of Nahanni National Park. For more information about the Nahanni National Park bear, see this PDF.

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Nahanni – Nat Geo’s Best Trips in 2014

Here is our shortened blog version of an article recently written by Liz Beatty for National Geographic online. We have to admit, we’re pretty happy to hear more kudos for a river we know to be a gem among gems. To read the full article, click here Nahanni   Quintessential Canoe Country By Liz Beatty No one […]

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Nahanni Neil’s Wildlife Sighting – Wolves, Moose & Unbearable Caribou

The Firth River trip in June saw more caribou than mosquitoes and we enjoyed high temperatures and blue skies. One wildlife sighting featured a grizzly trying to sleep off a feed of caribou. We watched as four caribou swam across the river and marched directly past the bear, who demurred at the opportunity. His posture […]

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Looking Back 30 Years – A Rescue and Dramatic Beginning

  Screams for help lead me to the shore of the Liard River where a haunting spectre appeared through the early mist of a cool September morning. A man, woman, and child were standing in a broken down aluminum boat, looking hypothermic from drifting downriver in the night. Laying across the bow of the boat […]

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‘The Whisper of Legends’ by Barbara Fradkin, A Nahanni-based Mystery Thriller

When his teenage daughter goes missing on a summer wilderness canoe trip to the Nahanni River, Inspector Michael Green is forced into unfamiliar, dangerous territory. Unable to mobilize the local RCMP to begin a search, he enlists the help of his long-time friend, Staff Sergeant Brian Sullivan, and together they fly up to the Northwest Territories […]

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