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Canada - Northwest Territories (PDF Chapter)
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This is the Northwest Territories chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canada guidebook.
More people orbit the earth each year than visit lonely Aulavik, one of the territory’s four national parks. What they’re missing is something unique: a potent combo of epic, remarkably beautiful, accessible terrain, singular aboriginal culture and a vibrant, cosmopolitan regional capital.
- canoe past gorgeous hot springs and gorging bears in Nahanni National Park Reserve
- pack two spare tires and a camera for the gob-smacking Dempster Highway
- drive your own sled with a husky team beneath the aurora borealis in Yellowknife
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Yellowknife & Around, Ingraham Trail, North Slave, Highway 3, South Slave, Mackenzie Highway, Hay River, Fort Smith, Wood Buffalo National Park, Deh Cho, Fort Simpson, Nahanni National Park Reserve, Liard Trail, Sahtu, Norman Wells, Western Arctic, Inuvik, Tuktoyaktuk and Banks Island.
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