... and summitting Bush Pilot’s Monument, with the best views in town.
Righteously fatigued, dine on the deck of The Woodyard, where you can lift a pint (or two) of their locally craft-brewed suds.
And for a late-night taste of frontier spirit, head to the most celebrated saloon in the North, the Gold Range. Here, the dance floor is alive with two-stepping, and the patrons range from political elites to trappers just in from the bush.
... and to picnic at famous Cameron Falls.
In the evening, before your flight home, treat yourself to dinner at Bullock’s Bistro, where you sup on catch-of-the-day whitefish and toast the Northwest Territories, vowing one day to return.