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Firth River – Arctic Tundra Beauty and Wildlife Under the Midnight Sun

Canadian River Expeditions

Float to the Arctic Ocean enjoying wildlife, wildflowers, hiking and culture beneath the midnight sun!

Overview

Issuing from the British Mountains of the Brooks Range, this wild and remote Arctic river flows through the center of Ivvavik National Park to the Arctic Ocean. From striking mountain spires, through an exciting canyon and out across the coastal tundra plain, the scenery is stunning and diverse. Excellent hiking abounds. Wildlife, including muskox, caribou, wolves, eagles and falcons are enhanced by the beautiful Arctic plant life. Your friendly, experienced guides will share with you the secrets of the land, while treating you to unbelievable meals in a beautiful setting. Check out all the details at our award-winning website Nahanni.com.

Highlights

  • Ivvavik National Park
  • Stunning Twin Otter flight
  • Wildlife, wildflowers
  • Arctic Ocean
  • The most hiking of any Yukon river trip
  • Arctic wildlife: caribou, muskox, wolves, raptors
  • Arctic wildflowers
  • Whitewater
  • Hiking
  • Friendly knowledgeable guides
  • Indigenous culture
  • Exceptional cuisine 

Details

Duration
12 River Days
Level
Moderate
Dates
June–August
Price
$11,575