Join us as we travel overland on a fascinating route to the Arctic, along untouched wilderness and ancient wildlife corridors, and traditional trading routes of First Nations traders - later used by Klondike Gold Rush prospectors and NWMP patrolmen.
The route offers some of the greatest geographic diversity in the country; the Tombstone Mountains in the central Yukon are among the youngest mountain ranges in North America, while the low rolling Ogilvie’s with their naked spines were not glaciated during the last Ice Age, and thus are among the oldest. North of the Ogilvie Mountains, the landscape gradually flattens to low tundra and just after crossing the Arctic Circle the Richardson Mountains, the Northern-most extension of the Rocky Mountains, come into view.
From there, the roadway will begin it’s descent into the impressive Mackenzie River Delta; 12th largest in the world, to arrive at Inuvik, known as the Place of Man. The tour finishes with a thrilling excursion to the Inuvialuit village of Tuktoyaktuk, on the Arctic coast, accessible by a gravel road along the Mackenzie River and the Arctic Ocean, where we have the chance to ‘dip our toes’ in the Arctic Ocean.
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Tour Duration :8 days
Tour Price :CAD 3,757.00
Child Discount :7 - 17 years (25% off regular adult rate.)
Double Room/person :Included in tour price
Single Room/person :+CAD 700.00
All rates per person plus 5% Tax (GST)
Group Size :4 - 20 participants per tour
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