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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2011, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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Have completed a two year project to produce a guide for paddlers who are interested in doing the Yukon River. If you are interested in finding out more about it, just send me an email and I'll forward a link.
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pm me the details, I think the Yukon river would be a superb paddle. When I visited i felt the urge to travel by canoe so badly but it never panned out, really a fantastic river!
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I'm hoping to do a trip on the yukon in the next couple of years and am interested in your book. Can you let me know how it differs from Jennifer Voss's "Klondike Trail" guide book? Thanks!

http://www.yukonbooks.com/shop/custo...productid=2419
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It is not a guidebook, but an interesting read about the Yukon River is Pierre Berton's book "Floating Home". If you're going to paddle the river, it would be worth picking up.
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Floating Home one of my favourite reads when on river.
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I paddled both the Hess and the Stewart this summer- two great rivers to really enjoy in the Yukon.
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Just saw this Len...we are interested in the info.
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