Up North Adventures - Yukon Guided Canoeing and Northern Lights Viewing

Summer

Guided River Trips

Self-Guided River Trips

Fishing Tours

Equipment Rentals

Winter

Snowmobiling

Ice-Fishing

Snowshoeing

Combo Tours

Northern Lights Viewing

Yurts

Transportation

Film Work

Store

About Us

Contact Us

Nisutlin River Self-Guided Trip

5, 7, or 16 days   Difficulty: Beginner   137 km (85 miles) – 555 km (345 miles)

The Nisutlin River is one of the few south-flowing rivers in the Yukon River watershed, beginning in the Pelly Mountains and flowing southeast towards the Village of Teslin. The Nisutlin River is gentle flowing and picturesque as you paddle through the Yukon’s amazing landscape! This region with its low wetlands is a summer home for many species of migratory birds and waterfowl and is known for its substantial moose population. Although an ideal trip for less experienced outdoor enthusiasts, everyone from beginner to expert will enjoy this river.

Skill level: Beginner
Duration: 5 days
Distance: 137 km (85 miles)
Rental Package Rates: $231 per tandem canoe / $290 per kayak or 20′ canoe / $352 per tandem kayak
Canoe rental includes: life jackets (s), 3 paddles, Coast Guard Safety Kit, sponge and bailer.
Kayak rental includes: life jacket(s), 2 paddles, spray skirt, bilge pump, paddle float and sponge.

Skill level: Beginner
Duration: 7 days
Distance: 188 km (117 miles)
Rental Package Rates: $318 per tandem canoe / $410 per kayak or 20′ canoe / $473 per tandem kayak
Canoe rental includes: life jackets(s), 3 paddles, Coast Guard Safety Kit, sponge and bailer.
Kayak rental includes: life jacket(s), 2 paddles, spray skirt, bilge pump, paddle float and sponge.

Skill level: Beginner
Duration: 16 days
Distance: 555 km (345 miles)
Rental Package Rates: $560 per tandem canoe / $710 per kayak or 20′ canoe / $855 per tandem kayak
Canoe rental includes: life jackets, 3 paddles, Coast Guard Safety Kit, sponge and bailer.
Kayak rental includes: life jacket(s), 2 paddles, spray skirt, bilge pump, paddle float and sponge.

There’s a land where the mountains are nameless,
And the rivers all run God knows where

Spell of the Yukon by Robert Service