Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Y1A 5P7
A variety of wilderness expeditions through the arctic tundra of Canada can provide an experience you will never forget. These remote locations are the heart of Canadian backcountry and are home to some of the most magnificent and unique canyons, falls, wildlife and landscapes.
If its wildlife you seek, then the Nunavut Territory will give you what you want. Think wide, open, tundra. The most secluded region is home to caribou, muskox, grizzly and wolves, to name a few. Wild flowers abound under the midnight sun! The rafting trips in this area on rivers like the Coppermine and Burnside will bring you closer to nature and give you a real few of the Arctic tundra.
Flowing to the Arctic Ocean, the Coppermine is famous for Gyrfalcons, Peregrine Falcons, Rough-legged Hawks, and eagles. Experience the wildlife and beauty of the "Land of the Midnight Sun.”
Only offered every other season, the Thelon River trip offers excellent opportunities for viewing caribou, the gorgeous fall colors of the tundra and maybe even the legendary northern lights.
The Firth is a wild and remote Arctic river that flows through the centre of Ivvavik National Park. You'll see muskox, caribou, wolves, eagles, falcons and beautiful Arctic plants on this amazing journey.
The Burnside is known as "the wildlife river" – you’re guaranteed a fascinating Arctic adventure on this remote wilderness gem.
Combine the best of cultural exploration on Baffin Island with paddling on the Soper River in northeastern Canada!