The Yukon

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Firefly Books, 1997 - Photography - 127 pages
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The Yukon is a photographic celebration of a land rich with natural wonders -- rugged mountain peaks, deep canyons, raging rivers, meadowlands strewn with wildflowers -- a unique landscape only available to the hiker, the climber and the paddler.

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Photojournalist adventurers, the Morrows have produced a spectacular book of color photos commemorating the 100th anniversary of the discovery of gold in the West and the opening of Canada's Yukon ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

Pat and Baiba Morrow are photographers, writers, mountaineers and skiers, and are Canada's premier adventure photojournalists. Their home is in the Rocky Mountains on the edge of Banff National Park. Putting to use their climbing and wilderness skills, they have photographed the smoking volcanoes of Kamchatka, an 80-day trek across the Himalayas in Nepal and a traverse of the Japan Alps.

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