North American Epic | section 1

Artic Spirit
This is the first section of the North American Epic. A journey and adventure, starting on the shores of the Arctic Ocean in Tuktoyaktuk.. The riders of the North American Epic section 1 will head across the expansive tundra, with a chance to spot moose, caribou, grizzly bears, peregrine falcons and golden eagles. They will ferry across the mighty MacKenzie, one of the world’s longest rivers, pedal across the Arctic Circle and visit the historic Gold Rush town of Dawson City. This section ends in Whitehorse alongside the Yukon River where thousands of fortune hunters trekked and sailed north during the 1890s.

Highlights

  • Starting at the Arctic ocean
  • Cross the Arctic Circle
  • Klondike Gold Rush center of Dawson City
  • Yukon’s frontier spirit

Details

TypeTour bike
Duration18 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Total distance907 mi / 1460 km
Group sizeMin.10 max. 45
LodgingCamping, hotels
BicycleBring your own
MonthJuly
StartTuktoyaktuk
FinishWhitehorse
States or countryCanada
Airport startInuvik Airport YEV
Airport finishErik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport YXY

Starting from $ 5,050.00

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