Category Archives: Canada’s territories

Carcross – last Yukon stop

I returned the car I rented in Whitehorse and bused to Carcross. On the way, the driver stopped at Emerald Lake where a chemical on the shallow lake’s floor along with sunshine, caused the iridescent greens. Continue reading Carcross – last Yukon stop

A fight for survival against the Yukon

Salmon travel from the Bering Sea, past Whitehorse along the Yukon River for close to 3 000 kilometres to spawn. I still can’t grasp how an animal could swim against the powerful Yukon current for what must take weeks. Continue reading A fight for survival against the Yukon

The Yukon’s mighty glaciers of Klaune National Park

I took an hour flight over some of Klaune National Park’s glaciers. The snow packed on top and between the mountains was hard to get a grip on, even while flying over the glaciers, Continue reading The Yukon’s mighty glaciers of Klaune National Park

Klaune National Park, Yukon Territory

Bald eagle near Klaune Lake, Yukon Territory
Bald eagle near Klaune Lake, Yukon Territory

I bused to Whitehorse. The Yukon’s capital lacked the atmosphere of Dawson City, but it still had the Yukon River powering past its door. Continue reading Klaune National Park, Yukon Territory