2 edition of Yukon River found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Mike Rourke.|
|Series||Rivers of the Yukon Territory|
|LC Classifications||GV776.15.Y8 R68 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
Overview. The Wind River is one of northern Yukon's true jewels. Starting at McCluskey Lake, there is a short portage to the Wind. The upper section has no mighty rapids, but there is definitely some fun maneouvering in its crystal clear waters. Nisutlin River. The Nisutlin River is one of the few south-flowing rivers in the Yukon River watershed, which starts in the Pelly Mountains and flows southeast towards the Village of Teslin. The Nisutlin River is gentle flowing and picturesque as you paddle through the Yukon’s amazing landscape! Nisutlin landing to .
Canoeing the Yukon River. The Yukon River is one of the most iconic rivers in Canada and North America and is known for its access to one of the world’s last unspoilt wilderness areas. The Wind River, part of the Peel Watershed, represents true Canadian wilderness. Float plane rides in and out from the river highlight its remoteness. The Wind is mostly a Class 1–2 river making it one of the more accessible northern rivers for all abilities.
Going down the Yukon River is an experience not to be missed. On top of all the history from the Gold Rush era you will enjoy beautiful sceneries and relaxing time on the river and on land. Every night we will setup a comfortable camp and cook delicious meal over the campfire! Oct 29, · Paddling the Yukon River and its Tributaries covers more than 4, miles of watery trail. The Yukon, Tanana, Porcupine, Koyukuk, and Kuskokwim Rivers are the five longest rivers in Alaska, extending into the Yukon Territory. This water flows freely, almost entirely undammed. Salmon surge against current. Moose, bears, and wolves wander the simplicityhsd.com: Dan Maclean.
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Wilderness Adventures in British Columbia & Yukon since Yukon River Guidebooks. All our Yukon Teslin River guidebooks have been researched and prepared by Len Webster, an adventure river guide who has led countless tours over the 25 years that he worked in the Yukon.
At Yukon Books we carry a wide selection of books about the people and territory of Northern Canada. Our selection contains both fiction and non-fiction in new and out of print titles and the classic northern works by authors like Robert Service, Jack London and Pierre Berton.
We are among the top independent sellers of Canadian books on the Internet. Feb 23, · Paddling the Yukon River and its Tributaries is the only guide book to paddling the entire Yukon River from beginning to end.
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state of Alaska. It measures 1, miles (3, km) from the headwaters of the McNeil River (a tributary of the Nisutlin River).
The Yukon discharges into. Yukon River book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Boyds Mills Press publishes a wide range of high-quality fiction and non /5.
The Yukon River originates in the coastal mountains of Canada and flows 1, miles in a wide arc to the Bering Sea. The river flows northwest through Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve for miles. The river is silt laden in summer due to glacial runoff, and it is. Jun 19, · The Yukon river is 2, miles long, the longest stretch of free-flowing river in the United States.
In this riveting examination of one of the last wild places on earth, Adam Weymouth canoes along the river's length, from Canada's Yukon Territory, through Alaska, to the Bering Sea/5(31).
Just down river of town is the Eagle Bluffs that force the Yukon River book into a big turn and is a spot where spring breakup sometimes forms ice dams and floods the river valley. There is a strong 5-mile an hour current all through here. This stretch of the Yukon is a classic bit of wide, huge river with islands and channels.
Explore Yukon Territory holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | This vast and thinly populated wilderness, where most four-legged species far outnumber humans, has a grandeur and beauty only appreciated by experience.
Few places in the world today have been so unchanged over the course of time. Aboriginal people, having eked out survival for thousands of years, hunt and trap. Limited Edition - Picture Book Yukon: Mein gehasster Freund Joey Kelly and Till Lindemann sail in a narrow canoe on the Yukon through Alaska and defy the rough nature.
Nearby to a close friendship. The magnificent landscape photos by Thomas Stachelhaus show the original adventure on a grim, cold river. With poems and text fragments by Till Lindemann.
This special edition is limited to Brand: RAMMSTEIN. Hop in the boat for a short ride on the Yukon River. Keep your eyes open for wildlife and birds on islands near the lodge and stop to check out mud/gravel bars for animal tracks. This is a fantastic opportunity for people with limited time availability to be immersed in the.
The company was formed in with Jocelyn Rourke as Proprietor. We published our first book that year with Mike combining his previous years of research and river travel experience to create the Yukon River: Marsh Lake, Yukon to Circle, Alaska.
RNP has grown and evolved over the thirty plus years and continues to grow as the popularity of our. A foot canoe loaded with food, miles of wilderness ahead of us, camping on islands under the stars: paddling down the Yukon River remains one of my favourite adventures.
Here is my account. One of the worst fire seasons in history hung over the Yukon like a pall. The Top of the World Highway was closed due to smoke. Your canoe trip starts on the legendary Yukon River.
During the next two weeks, we’ll paddle along this wonderful wilderness river passing old trading posts, modern off the grid cabins, and relics of the Gold Rush. The put-in is located at the confluence of the Takhini River and the Yukon River.
At the mouth of the river, near the town of St. Michael's in Alaska there is a large delta. All this I never knew even though many years ago, This was an interesting, simply-written book on the history of steamboats on the Yukon River in Alaska, the Yukon Territory, and British Columbia/5.
Jun 05, · The mighty Yukon River is a major watercourse through northwest North America. During our Holland America Yukon/Alaska land tour we followed a large portion of the Yukon River. The river had a huge impact on transporting Klondike gold stampeders, tourists, Indian tribes, /5(19). Sep 03, · Canoeing the Yukon is a magical experience, where wildlife is part of the shifting panorama on the river and the soft light of the Arctic sun has a way of getting under your skin.
Relics of the audacious Gold Rush times are everywhere, from rustic cabins being reclaimed by the earth to giant sternwheelers imagining their golden past. Come experience the Mighty Yukon.
Join Sam & Tamara for an awe-inspiring custom journey into the heart of Alaska's Yukon River Wilderness, the Amazon of the North. Float her wild shores. Spot birds & wildlife.
Fish for the regal Sheefish, Monster Pike and elegant Grayling. Explore the Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge and hike to remote hot springs. The Klondike Gold Rush was the seminal event in the Yukon's history. A party led by Skookum Jim Mason discovered gold in Bonanza Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River, in August An estimated 30, to 40, people braved numerous hardships to reach the Klondike gold fields in the winter and spring of after the discovery became known in Title devised from content of atlas.
Holograph. Accompanied by typed letter to George H. Wallace which describes the work of river pilots on the Yukon and Stewart rivers. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. From prehistoric times until the late s when all-weather roads arrived, the Yukon River was the region’s highway for settlement and development.
At its peak during the Klondike gold rush, nearly 30, gold seekers in 7, boats travelled the river on their way to the goldfields in Dawson City.Dec 28, · Tanana, Alaska usually sees 50 below each year and sometimes colder. Here's a run around the village and down onto the Yukon River at 52 below so you can see for yourself.
And here is .Soft cover. Condition: As New. This guidebooks covers the mi / km route of the Teslin River from its start at Johnsons Crossing Yukon to its confluence with the Yukon River at Hootalinqua.
Book contains detailed map, personal history of some of its early settlers .