Do North

From the heart of Jack London country to Quebec, the best of 60 degrees latitude and higher

May 1, 2003
Outside
Outside Magazine

Touchdown: welcome to McEvoy Lake, Yukon Territory.    Photo: Galen Rowell/Corbis




The undiscovered wilds of the Yukon and Alaska harbor North America's supersize multisport paradise: pristine rivers to fish and raft, snowcapped peaks to climb or heli-hike, and even a highway to the end of the Arctic Sea.

YUKON GOLD
Raft, heli-hike, ski, climb, fish, and mountain-bike in the land of big
By Sam Moulton

HIGH TIMES
Drive the Dempster on North America's loneliest road
By Sam Moulton

TEN EPIC WILDERNESS ESCAPES
Multisport mayhem in Alaska and points east
By Tim Neville

Filed To: Alaska, Denali National Park and Preserve
From Outside Magazine, May 2003

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