ed­i­tor’s pov


The phrase “a river runs through it” came to mind as I hiked along the Firth River canyon, which cuts through 150 kilo­me­tres of alpine tun­dra in Iv­vavik Na­tional Park near Yukon’s north­ern tip. It’s dif­fi­cult to get here—only 113 peo­ple set foot in the 10,000-square-kilo­me­tre park in 2015—but that’s part of the at­trac­tion. It’s easy to dream big when you have such a far-flung and far-reach­ing part of the world all to your­self.

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