Wilderness Through The Lens
What will you capture in the boreal?
Photographers looking for dynamic landscapes and intimate waterways will be well-served with this 8 day journey through the heart of the Woodland Caribou National Park. Focusing on some of the most remote regions of this wilderness, the photographer will experience ever-changing forest types, waterfalls, creek travel, and some of the top campsite locations we offer.
For the Northern Lights hunter, the campsite locations along this route have been strategically chosen to offer uninhibited views of the north sky's aurora borealis.
This route is best taken at a leisurely pace, allowing the photographer an opportunity to explore the creeks and portages throughout the journey. This country is rich in wildlife—moose, wolves, black bears, caribou—and offers those with telephoto lenses an unparalleled opportunity to capture naturally occurring behaviours.
As the terrain varies, landscape photographers are offered unsurpassed subjects to create stunning works. Whether capturing before sunrise, or working well after sunset, the waterways that comprise this route allow for infinite options and creativity for the photographer.
- Logistics: Fly in/boat out
- Distance: 92 km
- Physical Rating: Moderate
- Camping Style: Backcountry / tent
- Accommodations: First & last night hotel in Red Lake, Ont.
- Highlights: Dynamic landscape, waterfalls, intimate creeks, wildlife.
- Duration: 8 Days
- Group Size: 2 to 9 people
Irvine, Royd, Constellation, Lightning, North Prairie, Indian House, Crystal, Bell, Page, Peterson, Hatchet, Douglas, Red Lake
This package features our Complete Outfitting package. Included is an in-depth route consultation and trip plan, all camping equipment, ultra-light kevlar canoes, safety equipment, all meals, satellite phone, park permits, float plane drop off, boat pickup, maps, first and last night hotel, pre/post trip dinner.
8 Day Trip
Add A Guide + $900 / person