Out There, in a canoe by Laurie Robinson, Feb 19th 2012
Title: The Oregonian
Publication Type: Daily newspaper
On the Nahanni River, traveling by bush plane and canoe puts you in the Canadian tradition of spectacular wilderness tripping.
We are standing on the shore of spruce-fringed Finlayson Lake in the Yukon watching mine workers in rubber boots tumble out of the 1957 Beaver floatplane that will carry us the next day to the headwaters of the Nahanni River, one of Canada's classic wilderness canoe routes. Read full article