Nahanni River Guide

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Rocky Mountain Books Ltd, 2003 - Canoes and canoeing - 240 pages
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A completely revised and updated edition of our comprehensive guidebook to the South Nahanni and Flat rivers, Nahanni River Guideis an invaluable resource for anyone planning a trip into this unique wilderness area of the Northwest Territories. As well as providing a careful description of the river, including rapids ratings and advice on handling the more challenging whitewater sections, the author's travel tips tell you all the information you'll need to make your trip a success.
 

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Contents

Foreward
8
Getting There Back
30
River Description
43
Moose Ponds to Rabbitkettle
61
Seaplane Lake to South Nahanni 119
119
The Nahanni Story
154
Fur Feathers and Fins 183
183
Flowering Plants
206
Past Peoples and Early Explorers 219
219
Index of Place Names
233
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About the author (2003)

Neil Hartling is the founder of Nahanni River Adventures, which for over 20 years has guided and outfitted river expeditions across northern Canada. As president of the Nahanni River Outfitters Association and the Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon, Neil is convinced that adventure travel will play a key role in environmental issues. He has authored two books that reflect his views: Nahanni: River of Gold, River of Dreams and Alaska to Nunavut, the Great Rivers . Neil lives in Whitehorse, Yukon, with his family.

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