Book this entire cabin in the remote wilderness of the Mackenzie Mountains located in Canada's Spectacular Northwest Territories!
This cabin is accessible by float plane. There are no roads, no traffic, and no other inhabitants other than the local wildlife! This is a self sustaining cabin with solar power, washing and cooking facilities, and endless outdoor amenities!
Come join award-winning Canadian creative landscape and wildlife photographer, artist, and educator, Dave Brosha for an action-packed five-day workshop in late August and early September to capture the vibrant colours and Aurora Borealis in one of Canada's most beautiful northern settings. Explore the world of nature photography through a series of slideshows, talks, demonstrations, and hands-on shooting experiences. The workshop will be held at Aylmer Lake Lodge.
Aylmer Lake Lodge explodes with bird life. Arctic Peregrines, Sandpipers, Red Throated Loons, Parasitic Jaegers, Bald Eagles, Golden Eagles, Geese, Ducks, Yellow Billed Loons, and the list goes on the birds seem to be everywhere. Watch Loons running across the water. See the adult birds pushing their young out of the nest and chasing them back up to the nest to strengthen them for long journeys.
Learn and experience the Northern way of life while surrounding yourself in the stark beauty of the Arctic tundra. Visit a herd of 3000 reindeer alongside the herders who have done this for generations. Drive up the only highway in Canada to Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean.
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.
The trip of your lifetime.
Pack extra adjectives. This is a land of extremes.
Talking to the elder statesman of Western Arctic tourism.