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Tatshenshini-Alsek river use-study

Ethan Askey

Tatshenshini-Alsek river use-study

by Ethan Askey

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Published by Simon Fraser University in [Burnaby, B.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recreational use,
  • Rivers

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Ethan Askey [and] Peter Williams, Centre for Tourism Policy and Research, Simon Fraser University
    ContributionsBritish Columbia. Ministry of Tourism. Sustainable Development Branch, Simon Fraser University. Centre for Tourism Policy and Research
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various paging) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26573140M

      Float the Tatshenshini-Alsek River, Alaska See trip details for float the Tatshenshini-Alsek River in Alaska, one of best American adventure trips . The Tatshenshini-Alsek River valley, is a wild and pristine habitat for an abundance of wildlife including brown bears, wolves, wolverine, dall sheep, mountain goats, and bald eagles. Moreover, it offers trip members a glimpse into the time when North America was emerging from the Ice Age--a world of mammoth icebergs, iridescent glaciers and.

    Nahanni River Adventures provides an excellent guided expereince of wilderness yukon / alaska. i took the tatshenshini / alsek river rafting trip several years ago: guides knowledgeable, accommodating, and hard working; camping equipment first rate; food provided, excellent 5/5(5). Hamilton, Heather, A Naturalist's Guide to the Tatshenshini-Alsek. Careless, Ric, Ken Budd, and Johnny Mikes (Eds.), Tatshenshini River Wild. An excellent large-format book of photography and art of the Tatshenshini region, produced during the battle to save the Tatshenshini watershed. A .

    11 Day Tatshenshini and Day Alsek River Expeditions river rafting trips in Alaska. CRATE Since , Rated 5 Stars Cataract Canyon Rafting Trips. Call Today () The Alsek River (/ ˈ æ l ˌ s ɛ k /; Tlingit Aalseix̱') is a wilderness river flowing from Yukon into Northern British Columbia and into Alaska. It enters the Gulf of Alaska at Dry Bay.. Most of the Alsek River's basin is within protected wilderness areas and National Parks. The Alsek and its main tributary, the Tatshenshini River, are part of the Canadian Heritage Rivers System and a Mouth: Pacific Ocean.


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Tatshenshini-Alsek river use-study by Ethan Askey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Essential Guide Book. Including Upper Alsek River and Walker Glacier update supplement. Authors Lyman, Speaks and Ordonez distill their combined experience of over 50 years, with over trips down the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers, into this Tatshenshini-Alsek river use-study book and informative guide.

pages of trip logistics, geology and natural history, native and historical information, 21 maps and This book is in need of another update.

Since it was last updated inthe upper Tatshenshini has changed significantly and many of the camps and hiking locations (Silver Creek, Sediments, and O'Connor) were inaccessible due Tatshenshini-Alsek river use-study book changes in the river/5(3).

Description. The Complete Guide to the Tatshenshini River: Including the Upper Alsek River, by Russ Lyman, Joe Ordóñez, and Mike Speaks. Authors Lyman, Speaks, and Ordóñez distill their combined experience of over 30 years, with over trips down the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers, into this interesting and informative guide.

Terms & Conditions. Day Trips: TRIPS: Deposits are fully refundable if reservations are canceled verbally or in writing up to 24 hours before your activity date. We have done two rafting tripson the Tatshenshini - Alsek Rivers Trip 1 was a 6 day Upper Alsek trip and Trip 2 was a 12 day Tatshenshi- Alsek trip ending at the Pacific Ocean.

We did the trips with Canadian River Expeditions.5/5(5). T atshenshini-Alsek Park is a land where wild, vast rivers cut their way through ice clad peaks, creating lush valleys that are home to extensive wildlife populations.

Located in the northwestern corner of Canada where the boundaries of British Columbia, Alaska and the Yukon converge, the km (1 mi) wide Tatshenshini-Alsek River flows amidst nearly 5 km (3 mi) high mountains.

Originally, the Tatshenshini was known as the Allsegh River, but aroundit was designated as the Tatshenshini River by the Canadian government, and the lower Kaskawulsh River became the present-day upper Alsek River.

In the s, the Tatshenshini River was an. Tatshenshini-Alsek Park (British Columbia Parks) Fee is $ or $ (CAN) per person, depending on the date of the trip, for all Alsek and Tatshenshini trips.

Kluane National Park: For travel on the upper Alsek, through Kluane, private boaters must contact and register to obtain a put-in date. The Tatshenshini-Alsek is one of the North’s most prolific salmon habitats and commercial fisheries.

It has massive sockeye salmon runs and is a spawning ground for spring and coho salmon. However, because of the glacial run-off from the world’s largest non-polar ice fields, the fishing is not great.

Tatshenshini-Alsek Park Management Agreement, hosted a two-day workshop for CAFN members at Haines Junction where participants engaged in the task of setting a vision for the future use and development of the park, identifying park management issues and identifying Tatshenshini-Alsek River Use Study.

Find the perfect tatshenshini river stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now. The Tatshenshini-Alsek Expedition is a journey back to the ice age down a river forgotten by time. Cutting through the Earth’s largest non-polar ice cap and past some of its most active glaciers, the Tatshenshini- Alsek creates an intensely dramatic, overwhelmingly beautiful, and almost primeval river 5/5(3).

Grizzly Bears, Wolves, and Moose all call the Tatshenshini Alsek Provincial Park home. For decades The Tatsheshini River has been held up as the classic Alaska/Canada transboundary wilderness trip.

Its combination of stunning scenery and incredible wildlife make it. Deep in the Alaskan wilderness, the Tatshenshini River lays at the heart of the Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Park, encompassing over 27 million acres and five U.S. and Canadian parks and preserves. Bound by two towering mountain ranges—the Alsek and St.

Elias—the Tatshenshini is a river 5/5(3). Tatshenshini River, Yukon: See 5 reviews, articles, and photos of Tatshenshini River, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 96 attractions in Yukon.5/5(5).

The river of Glaciers and Grizzlies. Rated as one of the top ten river trips in the Tatshenshini is located in the largest preserve in the world which consists of Glacier Bay National Park, BC Tatshenshini Provincial Park, Kluane National Park and Yukon Game Preserve.

This is the largest non-polar ice field in the world. Carving its way through the St. Elias Range, the Tatshenshini. In the land of the midnight sun, this day river journey is a multi-activity adventure that takes you through the heart of the world's largest non-polar ice fields and bio preserve.

Rafting, hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, wildflowers, and more. Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi: Teachings from Long Ago Person Found by Richard J. Hebda, Sheila Greer, and Alexander Mackie (editors) Victoria: Royal British Columbia Museum, $ / Reviewed by Tom Koppel * The walker who came in from the cold is the subject of a new book that has already won the Pojar Award and was shortlisted for the Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize and the BCHF.

Book now. Tatshenshini-Alsek River Expedition With Brian McCutcheon. August 13 - 25, Book now. ROAM’s Tatshenshini trip starts in Whitehorse which allows us to use larger aircraft to fly out at the end of the river expedition.

This is not a trivial matter, as the larger aircraft have better track records for inclement weather but also. We left the Tatshenshini-Alsek rivers having renewed old friendships and created new ones; knowing we’d been blessed with one of the premier river trips in this part of the world, or any other.

Enjoy these photos from the trip, courtesy of Pam Rogers and Jenni Chaffin. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.The Upper Alsek River is an incredible journey through the largest contiguous protected park in the world.

The Alsek begins in Kluane National Park in Canada’s Yukon, winds through the Tatshenshini-Alsek Wilderness Provincial Park in British Columbia, and .The Tatshenshini River is located within the boundaries of Canada, but because it ends with a paddle out on the lower Alsek, with a take-out on Dry Bay in Alaska, the run is typically included in guides to both Alaskan and Yukon run from Dalton Post to Dry Bay is generally an approximately hour float, but is best stretched out over 8 to 10 days.