Watching the sky, the blue ocean, the mountains, the deserts and forests reminds us how incredibly fascinating our planet is, and how little we know. We naturally fall in love with places that prove how small we are, that we have so much more to learn; that we are part of something bigger than ourselves!

The Sky

‘’There is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. ‘’ Into the Wild


''Travelling through Alaska, I was continuously observing the clouds. They were changing and reforming, in every second. I’ve never seen a vaster sky before!''

Alaska sky

Kluane lake research center

One of best-kept secrets of the North: Tombstone Territorial Park

If you love to experience a unique wilderness of permafrost landforms and abundant wildlife plan a backcountry adventure in the Tombstone Territorial Park! The park is a legacy of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in (formerly known as the Dawson First Nation) land claim agreement and lies within their traditional territory. Start your visit at the Tombstone Interpretive Centre which is 1.5 hour drive from Dawson City. The friendly staff will provide you a cup of ‘’wild tea’’, trail maps and info of camping permits.

View of Dawson: The Gold rush town in the Middle of Nowhere!

Dowson city is a place unlike any other, with endless summer daylight, sunken buildings, dusty streets and the constant flow of the Yukon River.

Alsek River

Alsek River: "The wildest river in North America"

There are few places left in North America where the untouched beauty of the wilderness is as inspiring as it is on the Alsek River. It is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, travels along the edge of the largest nonpolar ice field in the world and it crosses 4 major tectonic fault lines. The Alsek River valley is home to both grizzly and black bears.