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North Canada: Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut

The Bradt travel guide to the 'wild north' of Canada highlights the attractions of each of northern Canada's three territories, as well as the fringes of Alaska and the polar-bear capital of the world, Churchill.

In-depth practical information on every aspect of travel in this region is complemented by essential details of the gateway cities of Vancouver, Toronto, Montréal, Ottawa and Edmonton. Whether you are fascinated by bears, drawn by the mysteries of the Northern Lights or simply seeking adventure, this is the guide you need. This guidebook covers:
  • Natural history and conservation in depth
  • Planning and preparation
  • Health and safety, including survival advice
  • People and culture
  • Adventure activities from dog-sledging and snowmobiling to kayaking and heli-skiing
Written by: Geoffrey Roy. Published by: The Globe Pequot Press, 2000.
North Canada
Catalogue No. 1-84162-0033
Price $29.95
Format Softcover
Pages 276
Language English only
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Last modified: January 3, 2001

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