Unique Trips in the Rockies with Timberwolf Tours

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Written by Banff Hitch Hiker posted on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

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Unique Trips in the Rockies with Timberwolf Tours

Banff National Park, Alberta

If you are coming to the Canadian Rockies and you want to do something a little out of the ordinary, you have come to the right place. The more you push yourself on vacation, the more memorable it becomes it seems. Companies like Timberwolf Tours are made for exactly this type of person. As well as having tours based around the touristy areas of Banff and Jasper National Park, they also have some superb activities as far north as the Yukon. The five day guided canoe trip in Alberta and the Yukon is a perfect example of this.

With Timberwold Tours, you will see some great wildlife.

Canoes and Kayaks just seem to go hand in hand with all things Canadian. One trip provides five days of fun, thrills and action on a downriver (thank goodness) trip in open Canadian canoes. As well as learning to “read” the water, you will also practice minimum impact wilderness camping.

Another trip lets you follow the trails of the voyageurs and fur traders during a canoe journey on the Athabasca River and experience daily life on a working cattle ranch. The Yukon River Classic is one of the most unique options where you travel 700km down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Dawson City following the gold rush trail of 1898. This is an incredible trip and can last as long as 20 days. North Western Canada has so much to offer naturally that you can’t help but have a great time whether it be Banff, Jasper or the Yukon – you are guaranteed a great tour with Timberwolf Tours.

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  • For more info about Dawson City visit http://www.dawsoncity.ca or become a fan of Dawson City,Yukon on Facebook from a local perspective. Have fun on your adventures!

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