A glimpse at the tail of Canada’s longest river

My goal in 2012, was a trip to the Yukon and the Arctic Ocean. I booked a one-way flight to Whitehorse and another up to Inuvik in the very north of the North-West Territories.

Inuvik felt like the end of the earth and in a way, it was. The streets appeared desolate and I didn’t take long to walk from one side to the other.

What was spectacular, was the MacKenzie River delta running next to the town. The MacKenzie, Canada’s longest river, meandered into the Arctic Ocean and I flew over it, awestruck by its size and beauty.

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