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Adventure & Explorer


Adventure & Explore

 

Does your spirit of adventure yearn for something new and exciting?  Or perhaps you’re seeking that hassle free trip that rejuvenates the soul? Can you be that authentic explorer you dream about?

These adventures will satisfy your need to explore, but also leave you wanting more than you could have ever expected.

This phenomenon is what we locals call the “Spell of the Yukon”.

“It’s the great, big, broad land ’way up yonder,
It’s the forests where silence has lease;
It’s the beauty that thrills me with wonder,
It’s the stillness that fills me with peace.”
– Robert Service (1907)

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Adventure & Explorer


Adventure & Explore

 

Does your spirit of adventure yearn for something new and exciting?  Or perhaps you’re seeking that hassle free trip that rejuvenates the soul? Can you be that authentic explorer you dream about?

These adventures will satisfy your need to explore, but also leave you wanting more than you could have ever expected.

This phenomenon is what we locals call the “Spell of the Yukon”.

“It’s the great, big, broad land ’way up yonder,
It’s the forests where silence has lease;
It’s the beauty that thrills me with wonder,
It’s the stillness that fills me with peace.”
– Robert Service (1907)

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The Gold Rush by SUP


The Gold Rush by SUP

The Gold Rush by SUP


The Gold Rush by SUP

 

Your Adventure

Join us on this once in a lifetime journey through Yukon history. Experience the era of the “Gold Rush.” An era in Canada history that made the Yukon the last frontier unto this day. Let our guides tell you about the history of the gold rush era and how the lure of gold brought thousands of people to the Yukon. History not you your reason to travel? Immerse yourself in Canada last frontier of wilderness. Enjoy the therapeutic highway of traveling on water. You will not find a better way to reconnect with yourself then surrounded by the Yukon endless forests and mountains. See our wildlife in its untouched natural environment. Revel in the idea that you could not see anyone for days, and finally get a chance to unplug from the world.

 
 

Day 1

Arrival in Whitehorse a day before the tour begins.
Individual arrivals in Whitehorse, and transfer to your hotel. After you check in we’ve have planned a group paddle with your fellow group members and a get to know your local Yukon guide. We’ll review our plan on the river and if you need to you will be able to pick up any missing item you may forgotten. Your evening will be free for some local sightseeing and shopping. Then back to your hotel for a great sleep.

Day 2

We pick you 6:00am fro you hotel. We drive to meet our local and crazy busy pilot, crazy? Well to fly in the Canada true north you have to be a bit crazy. Upon arrival we unload the gear from our vehicle and load the plane for a short flight to lower Lake Lebarge, where we debark at one of the Yukon oldest gold rush supply towns. If your lucky will let you drive the truck that has been there since the 1920. After our plane leaves us in the Yukon wilds, we load our gear on our SUP boards and start our amazing journey down the historic Yukon river.


Day 3 & 4

An early rise and departure will have our group ready to encounter the wonderful world of the famous Yukon River ever-changing landscapes, and abundant wildlife will be your companions as we SUP down the Yukon River. Keeping an eye open for wildlife, with potential sightings of black or grizzly bear, wolf, moose, caribou, wolverine, mink, bald eagles. All day long you will encounter beautiful mountain vistas and relics of the old Gold Rush Days as you pass through Hootalinqua, a historical NWMP outpost and Big Salmon Village at the joining of the Big Salmon and Yukon Rivers. Camping in tents and sharing stories by the campfire under the “midnight sun,” provides the foundation for a truly unique wilderness experience.

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Day 5

After our time on the river passing by the salmon fishing camps of the Northern Tutchone peoples. We arrive at the small native village of Carmacks, which was founded by Klondike Gold rush co-discoverer, George Carmacks. We’ll return to Whitehorse by road, a journey of just under 3 hours. Transfer to your post tour hotel, the airport, or your next tour.

 

Look to our contact page for more details about our adventure.

 
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