Contrary to its Alaskan neighbor, Yukon’s great wild open spaces are little known to European naturalists and photographers. This journey emphasizes discovery of the fauna, flora and landscapes of Canada’s Far North. Travelers will be able to observe grizzlies, black bears, caribou, lynxes, Dall sheep, silver foxes, bald eagles and many other wild species. The elusive grey wolf also haunts the entire territory covered by our itinerary; you will have to keep your eyes peeled if you hope to spot one and capture it on film.
The entirety of the stay will plunge you into a northern biotope consisting of mountains surrounded by boreal forest (a.k.a. taiga), arctic tundra and glaciers. You will also have a chance to explore the rainforest bordering the Alaska fjords where the highest peaks of the coast mountains rush headlong into the Pacific Ocean.