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Tatshenshini

Ric Careless

Tatshenshini

river wild.

by Ric Careless

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Published by Westcliffe Publishers in Englewood, Co .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tatshenshini River (B.C.),
  • Tatshenshini River Region (B.C.),
  • British Columbia,
  • Tatshenshini River.,
  • Tatshenshini River Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Natural history -- British Columbia -- Tatshenshini River.,
    • Natural history -- British Columbia -- Tatshenshini River Region.,
    • Tatshenshini River (B.C.) -- Description and travel.,
    • Tatshenshini River Region (B.C.) -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsCareless, Ric, 1951-, Budd, Ken, 1942-, Mikes, Johnny.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1089.T18 T38 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p. :
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1438459M
      ISBN 101565790413, 1565790405
      LC Control Number93060595
      OCLC/WorldCa30395834

      Ready for one of the greatest river journeys on earth? Born among the chiseled snow-clad mountains of the Yukon, the Tatshenshini River flows with a casual grace past fields of wildflowers and sweeping glaciers on its relentless path to the sea. Explore this remote, rugged habitat of grizzly and black bear, mountain goat, moose, bald eagle, and osprey. Start the trip . The Tatshenshini is a classic Alaskan expedition, a pristine alpine river and sister river to the mighty Alsek. Throughout the summer months, the Tatshenshini valley teems with an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty. The rainforest is emerald green and lush with hundreds of varieties of native plant species.

      The Alsek River is one of the most beautiful and legendary river trips in the world. It starts in the Yukon, flows through a narrow section of British Columbia, and then moves across a thin strip of Alaska before ending in Dry Bay on the Pacific Ocean. The Alsek is famous for many things. It flows through the largest non-polar ice cap in the world, it flows into incredible glacial lakes. National Geographic’s #1 rated river rafting journey. Visit one of the most remote and pristine wilderness areas remaining in the world. Over ten days you will separate completely from your daily lives and focus your energy on the sights, sounds and people around you.

      Cloudburst productions brings you the authoritative Complete Guide to the Tatshenshini River and hand-drawn maps of the Tat/Alsek river, Denali/Nenana River and the Chilkoot Trail. Drafting Services Cloudburst Productions can provide design assistance and building plans for your new construction, or remodel project, as well as site plans or. Our Tatshenshini rafting trip has great variety. A little whitewater, occasional wildlife sightings, varied hiking, glaciers, sublime campsites, and truly the finest scenery imaginable. As a true wilderness expedition it has challenges and the weather is not always very friendly, but with the help of our seasoned guides the trip is suitable for.


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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 interesting and informative guide.

pages of trip logistics, geology and natural history, native and historical. Tatshenshini. River Wild. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover Tatshenshini book retry" — — $ Hardcover from $ 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.

The Tatshenshini River, rated as one of the world’s top five scenic rivers, drains the northwest corner of B.C. and the southwest corner of the Yukon Territory. The river joins the Alsek River just before the Alaska border and continues through the top of the Alaska panhandle to drain into the Pacific Ocean at Dry Bay.

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. 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 important trade route for the coastal Tlingit people. Tatshenshini-Alsek Park or Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park is a provincial park Tatshenshini book British Columbia, Canada 9, km 2 (3, sq mi).

It was established in after an intensive campaign by Canadian and American conservation organizations to halt mining exploration and development in the area, and protect the area for its strong natural heritage and biodiversity Location: British Columbia, Canada.

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 forgotten by time.5/5(3).

The Tatshenshini and the Alsek run through the mountains and to the sea and from sunnier forested hill country to the glacier filled landscape and alpine climate of Alsek Lake. The trip begins in Canada where the Tatshenshini (or ‘Tat’) is a small river winding through heavily forested canyons and mountains.5/5(3).

The Tatshenshini River (/ ˌ t æ tʃ ɛ n ˈ ʃ iː n i /; Tlingit Tʼachanshahéeni, Southern Tutchone Shäwshe Chù) is a river in the Canadian boreal forest, in the southwestern Yukon and the northwestern corner of British originates in British Columbia, near Haines flows north into Yukon, then it turns west and south before it returns into British Columbia, ⁃ coordinates: 59°50′30″N °39′38″W /.

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 to changes in the river/5(3).

Find Tatshenshini River by Peter Jewett at Blurb Books. An Inflatable Kayak trip down the Tatshenshini River in AlaskaReleased on: J Tatshenshini DATE: July 30 – August 9 RATE: 11 – Day Trip ~ $ per person *All park fees included. Included: We provide transportation from Haines to the river, a flight from Dry Bay (take-out) to Yakutat, all meals from lunch day 1 to lunch dry bags for your personal gear, and use of our sleeping bags, pads, and tents.

Not included: We do not cover the cost of travel. The Tatshenshini is perfect for the whole family. This exciting class III/IV river runs through beautiful scenery. We can cater the excitement level based on how we rig the raft and how we run the river. This allows us to take guests that are just 6 years old, or have a rowdy day on the river.

Everyone that comes down has fun. The Alsek enters from the right and the Tatshenshini river ends and you are now on the giant Alsek River. Alsek Confluence to Dry Bay Campground: 54 miles From the confluence, the current in the main channel is 10 mph and if you had to you.

Tatshenshini River, Yukon: Address, Phone Number, Tatshenshini River Reviews: 5/5 there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date. My brother and I did the 11 day Tatshenshini/Alsek rivers trip with Tatshenshini Expediting and it was an amazing trip that we will 5/5(5).

Find The Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers by Peter Jewett at Blurb ed on: Ap Wilderness Adventures in British Columbia & Yukon since TATSHENSHINI RIVER GUIDED RAFTING – BRITISH COLUMBIA. National Geographic’s, Journeys of a Lifetime, ranks the Tatshenshini River rafting trip as the #1 river raft trip in the world.

Our Tatshenshnini River guided rafting tour flows through the St. Elias Mountains to the Alaskan coast. The mountains. 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.

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 ends in Alaska’s renowned Glacier Bay National Park.

Nahanni River – Experience the magic and mystery of a true Canadian wilderness river icon.; Tatshenshini River – Perhaps the wildest and most visually spectacular river in North America.; Alsek River – Travel through the world’s largest non-polar icecap.; Firth River – A hidden jewel deep in Canada’s north.

Experience tundra beauty, wildlife, wildflowers & hiking. Tatshenshini River Wild by Ric Careless (Editor), Johnny Mikes (Editor), Ken Budd (Editor) Paperback $ $ Save 13% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 13%.

Hardcover. $ Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® Author: Ric Careless.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 chinook and coho salmon.

However, because of the glacial run-off from the world’s largest non-polar ice fields the fishing is not great.