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North of 60 Aurora Adventures

Enjoy an exciting dog-sledding adventure along pristine frozen lakes by secluded and well-maintained dog trails, ending the tour at the heated trapper’s camp with hot beverages and freshly made bannock. Our tours embrace Indigenous culture and traditions, sharing our stories of true northern family heritage.

We offer two adventures
  • Traditional dogsled ride where you are guided by an experienced musher while taking in the amazing views
  • U-Drive dogsled ride where you drive your own dog team with a guide on a snowmobile

Cameron Falls and Cameron Ramparts Tour

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Explore the Ingraham Trail, this 5-hour tour will highlight some of the best views, Dene history with legends of the area and hiking, Cameron falls and the Ramparts being the finale to this excursion.

Pick up from your hotel/ accommodations at 10am, this trail is considered easy to moderate. The path is a series of boardwalks, rocks, staircases, and hardened pathways. There are variations in the terrain, steep embankments to boulder passageways but the views are spectacular. It is 1.2km into the falls, approximately 20minutes, do not worry though, your guide will adjust the pace of the trek based on fitness level.

Recommendations; wear good hiking boots/ shoes, please bring a water bottle, a hat, and sunglasses

Further east, we will venture to the Ramparts, this trail is a little easier in terrain. This trail is mainly hardened pathways, boardwalk and a staircase/bridge that leads to the falls, this hike is shorter in length.

Tour Duration: 5 hours, Lunch provided.

*This hike is not recommended for those with issues walking.

Van Tour

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ (Fort Simpson), “the place where the rivers come together” is a village on the Dehcho Region of Canada’s Northwest Territories. The community is located on an island where the Dehcho (Mackenzie River) and the Nácháh Dehé (Liard River) meet.

Learn more with our van tour through Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́/Fort Simpson and showcasing the landmarks of the community!

We have two options:

1 Hour – $200

2 Hours – $400

Call 867-695-3131 or email us at to book.

Canoe Rental

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ Tourism - Canoe Rentals

Price includes 1 Canoe, 2 paddles, 2 life jackets, 1 throw rope, and 1 spray deck.

We make it easy! We will drop off and pick up the canoe for you.

2 Hours – $40

Half Day – $60

Full Day – $100

Call 867-695-3131 or email to book a rental canoe!

Walking Tour

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ Tourism

A walking tour through Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́/Fort Simpson and showcasing the landmarks of the community.

We have two Walking Tour options:

1 Hour – $50

2 Hours – $100

Call 867-695-3131 or email us at to book!

Half Day and Full Day Pike Fishing Trip

Half/Full Day Pike Fishing

This half day or full day adventure takes us onto Great Slave Lake in search of the great Northern Pike. During the trip there are opportunities to see local birds and wildlife in addition to some local sights. We’ll enjoy a fabulous shore lunch of your freshly caught fish! All fishing gear is provided.

Half Day:

Tour Duration: 4 hours
Tour Start Time: 8:00 am
Tour End Time: 12:00 pm
Tour Capacity: Minimum 4 persons per tour, maximum 5 persons per tour

Full Day:

Tour Duration: 8 hours
Tour Start Time: 8:00 am
Tour Capacity: 4 persons per tour

*Booking requests for less than 4-persons will not be confirmed until a minimum total of 4-persons requests for this tour on this specific date.

Yellowknife City Tour + Nature’s North Wildlife Gallery

Yellowknife City Tour + Nature's North Wildlife Gallery

We live locally in Yellowknife and that makes a huge difference in understanding the history, local communities and landscape of Yellowknife. We have Cantonese, Mandarin and English-speaking tour guides.

Immerse yourself in the rich northern culture of Yellowknife City with a comprehensive tour. Explore iconic landmarks such as the Legislative Assembly, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, and Frontier Visitor Centre. Take in the charm of downtown and old town on a scenic drive, pausing at Pilot Monument for breathtaking city views. In winter, venture onto the Dettah ice road, and don’t miss the enchanting Snowking’s Ice Castle experience in March.

Enhance your City Tour experience with a visit to Nature’s North Wildlife Gallery, a tranquil oasis in Yellowknife. Whether you’re a fervent nature enthusiast or not, prepare to be enchanted by a captivating world of Arctic flora and fauna brought to life through meticulously preserved taxidermy exhibits. Join us as we delve into the breathtaking diversity of Northwest Territories wildlife and immerse yourselves in the allure and charm of the enchanting wilderness!

Náįlįcho Flight Seeing Tour

Simpson Air

Embark on a thrilling flightseeing tour aboard our Cessna 185 or DeHavilland Beaver on floats, departing from Fort Simpson for a day of discovery in Nahanni National Park Reserve. As the engine purrs to life and the aircraft gracefully lifts off the water, excitement fills the air.

Flying over vast expanses of untouched wilderness, your pilot provides captivating commentary, sharing the region’s history and natural wonders. Within the hour, the iconic Náįlįcho (Virginia Falls) comes into view, its thunderous cascade a testament to nature’s power. Circling above, you’re treated to unparalleled views of the falls, capturing photos to cherish forever before landing for a guided hike with Parks Canada staff.

After your visit to Náįlįcho, the return trip has you touching down on the tranquil waters of Little Doctor Lake, you have the chance to explore the pristine shoreline, encountering wildlife and savoring a snack amidst breathtaking scenery.

As the day unfolds, you’re immersed in the rugged beauty of Nahanni, from towering peaks to hidden valleys. Each moment is a reminder of the park’s untamed splendor and the privilege of experiencing it from above.

Reluctantly, you bid farewell to Nahanni, the memories of your aerial adventure etched in your mind. As the floatplane gently touches down back in Fort Simpson, you disembark with a sense of fulfillment, grateful for the opportunity to explore the wilderness from the skies.

Glacier Lake Flight Seeing Tour

Simpson Air

Embark on a breathtaking journey through the pristine wilderness of Nahanni National Park Reserve aboard our Cessna 185 or DeHavilland Beaver on floats. Your adventure begins in Fort Simpson, where you’ll board your rugged yet comfortable aircraft, ready to explore the wonders of Canada’s Northwest Territories.

Your first stop is Náįlįcho (Virginia Falls), a majestic cascade that plunges dramatically into the depths below. As you soar overhead, marvel at the sheer power and beauty of nature, capturing unforgettable aerial views of the roaring falls and surrounding rugged terrain. We will land at the top of the falls where Parks Canada staff will be ready to take you on a interpretive guided hike.

Next stop, you’ll glide over Glacier Lake, a serene oasis nestled amidst towering peaks and ancient glaciers of the Mackenzie Mountains. From your bird’s-eye vantage point, soak in the tranquil blue waters and granite spires, feeling a profound sense of awe at the raw, untouched beauty of this remote wilderness.

Last stop on the return flight to Fort Simpson will have you touching down on the tranquil waters of Little Doctor Lake, you’ll have the opportunity to step ashore and take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and perhaps even dip your toes in the lake.

After a day filled with exploration and wonder, your pilot will guide you back to Fort Simpson, where you’ll reflect on the memories made during your 8-9 hour flightseeing adventure. Whether you’re captivated by the thundering power of Náįlįcho (Virginia Falls), enchanted by the pristine wilderness of Glacier Lake, or rejuvenated by the serenity of Little Doctor Lake, this unforgettable journey promises to leave you with a deep appreciation for the natural wonders of Nahanni National Park Reserve and the Northwest Territories.

Above Yellowknife – Helicopter Tour

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Gain a whole new appreciation for the city’s layout, landmarks, and a glimpse at the vastness of Great Slave Lake from the safety and comfort of a rotary-wing aircraft.

Take flight for extraordinary photo opportunities that can be only be captured above Somba K’e (Yellowknife) during your helicopter tour. Tours accommodate up to three passengers for the best views.

Please block 90-minutes for the entire experience – your tour includes the following:

  • Ground transportation and a condensed city tour with photo opportunities.
  • 15-minutes of flight time with Great Slave Helicopters.
  • A complimentary souvenir, courtesy of Great Slave Helicopters.