The Yukon territory is in Canada’s northwest south of Alaska. With only 0.07 inhabitants per square kilometer Yukon has more bears tha human beings.
Each year Philippe Heitz (Voyageur Outdoor Services) and Michel Hemmerlé (Alsace Canoës) are planing a canoe trip in this wonderful country. During 12 days we are paddling our canoes down the Big Salmon River, a tributary to the Yukon river. We sleep in tents under the stars and enjoy Canada’s wilderness and remoteness.
This expedition is suited for every one who likes the outdoors, far from modern world. We are expecting help from the participants. The cooking is on open fire. The paddling skills will de trained during a training day in Elsass in spring.
We are making a break in 2020 and are offering this trip again in 2021.
Interested? Please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Day 1: Flight from Frankfurt to Whitehorse. Transfer to the Campground along the Yukon river. Visit of the city, of the fish ladder, groceries shopping for the expedition.
Day 2: Transfer to the start: First strong impressions of the wilderness.
Day 3 to 13: Paddling the Big Salmon river. We still have time to fish, relax, read, write, hike, meditate.
Day 14: Transfer to Whitehorse. Overnight stay on the campground.
Day 15: Free morning in Whitehorse. Transfer to the airport. Flight to Frankfurt. Arrival on day 16.
Price: 1’835.- Euro includes
Guiding, canoes and equipment, campground fees in Whitehorse, food during the stay on the river, training day in Elsass.
Flight to Whitehorse around 1’400€