Three Rivers

[[Missing Image]]The Wind, Snake and Bonnet Plume rivers flow north from the remote mountains of northeastern Yukon through an unroaded wilderness the size of Austria. This trio of wild rivers forms part of the Peel River watershed, a pristine northern landscape promising inspired views, wildlife and complete solitude.

"The Wind is a crystal-clear river lined with a rainbow of rocks. As we paddled through the Wernecke Mountains, we spotted woodland caribou, moose, a pack of wolves and plenty of raptors. The views in the Upper Snake are breathtaking. We spent four days camped on a gravel bar, watching the light and hiking to this ridge each evening."

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