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Photo Credit: Bruce Kirkby
Photo Credit: Bruce Kirkby
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Terry Parker
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Bruce Kirkby
Photo Credit: Terry Parker
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham

Archive for the ‘Northbound’ 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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Neil’s Cool Wilderness Links

Conservation and Science Future Arctic Field Notes from a World on the Edge by Edward Struzik is a landmark and readable piece on the multitude of real and mostly profound changes occurring in the north due to climate change. Ed is an award winning science journalist and past participant of our expeditions. Bill McKibben, author […]

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Nahanni Stories with Neil Hartling – Videos

During the filming of the Oasis Channel Nahanni show, Neil Hartling was captured on camera with stories of the grand river with the beautiful name. Check out these short clips: Story of Deadmen Valley How it all began Nahanni Highlights Nahanni Conservation  

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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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Videos from Our Journeys

Check out these stunning panoramic views. Beautiful as they are, they are nothing compared to the real thing! Alsek Lowell Lake & Glacier Tatshenshini / Alsek Lake from Gateway Knob Firth River Hiking

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The Best of the Best in the Yukon! Including the Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers

They flow through the St. Elias mountain range, along the border of British Columbia, Alaska and the Yukon. It is an area of superlatives — containing the largest nonpolar icefield in the world, the highest number of surging glaciers, the most seismically active mountains on earth, the largest protected area on the planet, and the […]

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Outstanding Northern Images by Peter Mather

We have worked with many gifted photographers over the years. Yukon based Peter Mather is among the best. A picture is worth a thousand words so check out these incredible images. Peter uses them as powerful tools for conservation. They are all available for purchase on Peter’s web site. Or check these quick links for […]

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26 Whitehorse Facts

Want to come to Whitehorse?! Read these cool facts first by following this link.

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