Great Canadian Parks

SN 2 | EP 5 | Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park (British Columbia)

The Tatshenshini has become known as one of the wildest rivers in the world. On its 140 mile journey to the sea it cuts through a variety of terrain, from dense forest to deep canyon to broad glacially-scoured valleys. A trip down the Tatshenshini is a journey into the soul of the park. Communities of Klukshu and Shawshe catch and smoke salmon, in the same way they have for generations.

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Great Canadian Parks