Experience a once in a lifetime northern Canada adventure! Drive the Mackenzie Highway, boat the Mackenzie River and fly into the Nahanni National Park Reserve.
Northern Nature is owned by Geri Sigl - a photographer who explores the wilderness taking extraordinary photographs.
You will find on his website listed below several galleries (photo albums).
If you find an image you particularly like, you can purchase the picture. You will receive the print resolution (300 dpi - 4300 x 2900 px - JPG) The price depends on several factors, in particular the desired application. In a purely private use (for personal use) costs much less than an image for commercial purposes
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times.
Ask what brought someone to the Northwest Territories and you’re probably going to get a version of that olda very familiar story: I came for a week and here I am, 10 or 20 or 30 years later.
National Indigenous Peoples Day, formerly known as Aboriginal Day, is celebrated every June 21st all across Canada. In the Northwest Territories, it's a statutory holiday. In every community in the territory, you'll find festivities that include cultural demonstrations, live music, artwork and traditional food, all to honour and recognize the Métis, Inuit and First Nations people who've made the North their home for centuries.
It’s a legendary land blessed with towering peaks, blanketed with dense forest and teeming with roaming giants. It’s home to warm hearts, smiling faces and outsized stories. And the Mackenzie River runs through it all. Fortunately, so does the Deh Cho Connection—a highway route that takes you through the scenic southern Northwest Territories.
Here’s what awaits you along a truly wild highway this summer.
Booking agent for wildlife tours - caribou, wolves, muskox. Guided wilderness tours from tent camps or comfortable lodges with modern conveniences. Cultural and historical sites, photography. Canoe and rafting trips, sport fishing, Aurora Borealis, snowmobile and dogsledding adventures. English and German spoken.
There’s a secret among Northerners in the NWT – yes, for much of the year the territory is chilly with frozen lakes and blanketed in snow, but there’s a region that heats up quicker than the rest of the territory, maybe even quicker than the rest of the country. We’re talking about the Banana Belt of the North – the Dehcho.
Want to see what’s at the end of the road? Here are a few places that'll take you there in the Northwest Territories.
Why the Northwest Territories is spectacular from above.