Yukon River, Marsh Lake to Dawson - Guide Book - Printed Book
247 pages, includes Table of Contents, Index, Bibliography, maps, history and dozens of current and historical photographs. Ringbound along the top for ease of following maps downriver. Color cover. Map scale approximately 1:65,000. Size: 7" x 8-1/2"
Travelers from around the world return annually to run this colorful river, and with their new found canoeing experience return to canoe its tributaries. This wide, fast river, with its well-spaced supply centers, lends itself to family, school and outdoor groups. You will paddle through the Thirty Mile section (Canadian Heritage River), across Lake Laberge (made famous by Robert Service's poem The Cremation of Sam McGee), run the famous Five Finger and Rink Rapids and visit the historic town of Fort Selkirk on your way to Dawson. Detailed maps, historical information and many photographs make this a must have for any Yukon River traveler. Color, laminated cover and ring bound along top for ease in following maps downriver.