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North region

Ed note: Links to Routes in other regions are provided at
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 21&t=35797

Coverage.
Yukon waters starting north of the Yukon River basin.
Explicit inclusions.
Bell River and Little Bell River, Blackstone River, Bonnet Plume River, Eagle River, Firth River, Hart River,
Ogilvie River, Peel River, Porcupine River, Snake River, Wind River.
Explicit exclusion.
Rat River (which lies in NT).

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Arctic subregion.

Coverage.
Arctic Ocean and waters flowing directly into it.

Herschel Island and Qikiqtaruk Territorial Park.
http://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/1939/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herschel_Island
http://sightsandsites.ca/north/site/herschel-island
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/En ... anada.html
http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.c ... /menu.html
http://www.wmf.org/project/herschel-island
https://www.google.com/search?q=Hersche ... 66&bih=675
Qikiqtaruk Territorial Park.
http://www.env.gov.yk.ca/camping-parks/ ... qtaruk.php
http://www.env.gov.yk.ca/parksconservat ... qtaruk.php
http://travelyukon.com/nature/herschel- ... orial-park
http://www.yukonweb.com/notebook/tparks.html
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xq82z7 ... VxwgjeSnPY
etc.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Arctic Ocean. Inuvik, Herschel Island, AK border. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Inuvik, Mackenzie River and delta, Shallow Bay, Beaufort Sea, Shingle Point, Blow River mouth, Running River mouth, another Shingle Point, Phillips Bay (mouths of Tulugag and Babbage Rivers), Spring River mouth, Herschel Island and Territorial Park, Firth River mouth, Clarence Lagoon, AK border.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Firth River. Information.
Ivvavik National Park.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/yt/ivvavik/index.aspx
http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/yt/ivvavik/na ... tcul2.aspx
http://www.greatcanadianparks.com/yukon ... /index.htm
Ed note: Serious (CIV) ww river.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Firth River. Margaret Lake to the Arctic Ocean at Herschel Island. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Margaret Lake, creek confluences (Muskeg, Joe, Mountain, Wolf, Sheep), canyon (includes Glacier, Canyon, Caribou? and Camping Creek confluences), creek confluences (Lonely, Kugaryuk), delta, Arctic Ocean and Herschel Island.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Firth River. Notes.
Strusik, Ed. Ten Rivers. Adventure Stories from the Arctic. Can West Books, Toronto (2005). Travels on the Nahanni, Mackenzie, Snowdrift, Thomsen, Nanook, Firth, Brown, Cunningham, Taggart and Back Rivers.
Excerpt of the book is posted at
http://books.google.com/books?id=162ycz ... nd&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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Dempster Highway. Information.
For the Peel subregion, the Dempster provides access to the East Blackstone River, the Blackstone River and the Ogilvie River, plus egress from the Peel River.
For the Porcupine subregion, it provides access to the Eagle River.
Information.
http://www.env.gov.yk.ca/publications-m ... elogue.pdf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dempster_Highway
http://www.yukoninfo.com/dempster/
http://www.yukoninfo.com/maps/dempster.htm
http://www.yukoneh.com/highways/dempster.htm
http://travelyukon.com/press-releases/s ... er-highway
http://www.bellsalaska.com/myalaska/ykhwy5.html
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/whattodo/ ... terhighway
http://www.sightsandsites.ca/northern/d ... pster.html
etc.
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=dempster ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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Peel subregion

Coverage.
Ogilvie/Peel River and its tributaries.

Explicit inclusions.
Blackstone River, Bonnet Plume River, Hart River, Ogilvie River, Peel River, Snake River, Wind River.

Blackstone River. Information and Features.
Access: The Dempster Highway (at two points, one on the East Blackstone River).
Egress: By float plane on the Peel River, at Canyon Creek; or portage Aberdeen Canyon and continue on the Peel.
images.
https://www.google.com/search?q=blackst ... 66&bih=675
Features.
... , Dempster Hwy bridge, East Blackstone River confluence, North Cache Creek confluence, ... , Ogilvie River junction and start of the Peel River.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Blackstone River and East Blackstone River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/blackstone/black0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/blackstone/yallerblack.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Blackstone River. Dempster Highway to Ogilvie River and Peel River. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Blackstone River. Dempster Highway to Ogilvie River and Peel River. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River. Information.
Outfitter.
http://www.blackfeather.com/canoe/canoe_bonnetplume.htm
Links.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnet_Plume_River
http://sightsandsites.ca/rivers/site/bonnet-plume-river
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... lume-river
http://pakboats.com/index.php?option=co ... Itemid=168
https://www.google.com/search?q=Bonnet+ ... 66&bih=675
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/BonnetPlume/BonnetPlume_e.htm
http://chrs.ca/Rivers/BonnetPlume/BonnetPlume-F_e.php
http://www.env.gov.yk.ca/publications-m ... tplume.pdf
The Wind, the Snake and the Bonnet Plume: Three Wild Northern Rivers. Yukon Wildlands Project.
Ed note: Coffee-table book; available at
http://www.yukonbooks.com
Three Rivers: The Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness. Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park (2005). Ed note: Coffee-table book.
Three Rivers: Protecting the Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness.
Author: Juri Peepre.
http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p049/ ... 58_564.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River. Features.
Float plane to Bonnet Plume Lake, creek, Bonnet Plume River junction, “Rockslide Canyon”, creek confluences (Goz, Corn, Pinguicula, Gillespie), past Fairchild Lake, creek confluences (Slats, Rapitan), past Margaret Lake, Knorr Creek confluence, past Chappie Lake, Noisy Creek confluence, Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River and Peel River. Bonnet Plume Lake to Fort McPherson. Online, Guide.
Source: Charles Leduc library (cartespleinair).
Authors: Alain Lacroix and Mélanie Boudreau.
Route description: Bonnet Plume Lake, Bonnet Plume River, Peel River, Snake River confluence (and Taco Bar), Dempster Highway, Fort McPherson.
Contents: 3 pages of text (French), 34 pages of annotated maps: 10 hikes, campsites (size & quality), rapids (rated) and portages. Ed note: BRAVI!
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://192.77.51.51/~cleduc/Canot/Canad ... au2006.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River. Bonnet Plume Lake to Peel River junction. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River and Peel River. Bonnet Plume Lake to Fort McPherson. Notes.
Thomas, Alister. Canada’s Best Canoe Routes.. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2001).
Author: Paula Zybach.
Route description: Bonnet Plume Lake (by float plane from Fort McPherson), Bonnet Plume River, Peel River, Fort McPherson.
Title at source: Bonnet Plume River: A River Gone Mad.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River. Bonnet Plume Lake to Peel River junction. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description (incomplete): Bonnet Plume Lake by float plane, Rockslide Canyon, canyon, creek confluences (Goz, Kohse), Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bonnet Plume River and Peel River. Bonnet Plume Lake to Dempster Highway. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: Claus Gregor.
Route description: Float plane from Mayo to Bonnet Plume Lake, Bonnet Plume River Features, Peel River junction and Features, Dempster Highway.
http://www.claus-gregor.de/privhome/bon ... htm#report
http://www.claus-gregor.de/privhome/peel_river.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Hart River. Information.
Ed note: Tributary of the Peel River, entering it above Aberdeen Canyon.
Ed note: No online information but outfitter blurbs found, except for Images and Hodgins-Hoyle (latter posted under Ogilvie-Peel Information).
Images.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wildriversyukon/
https://www.google.com/search?q=hart+ri ... 66&bih=675
Ed note: Too few Features were found at Toporama and at mytopo.com to merit recording them.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Hart River. Elliott Lake to Peel River junction. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Hart River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Access: Hart Lake (?) or Elliott Lake (via Elliott Creek).
Egress: By float plane on the Peel River, at Canyon Creek; or portage Aberdeen Canyon and continue on the Peel.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/hart/hart0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/hart/yallerhart.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Lomond Creek, West Hart River, Hart River and Peel River. Lomond Lake to Fort McPherson. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: Ethan.
Route description: Lomond Lake, Lomond Creek, West Hart River, Hart River, Peel River, Fort McPherson.
http://fourlittlefeet.wordpress.com/200 ... art-river/
More photos.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/30901166@N ... 556975101/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River and Peel River. Information.
Source: NT Government, Our Top Waterways.
“Rising in the Yukon, the Ogilvie crosses the Dempster Highway at Km 197. It flows into the Peel 65 km downstream. The Peel runs 516 km to Fort McPherson. There are many chutes and rapids, but the Peel is navigable most of its length. Towards Fort McPherson the river cuts through impressive 300 metre banks.”
Hodgins-Hoyle.
http://books.google.com/books?id=eBn41p ... on&f=false
Ogilvie River.
Ogilvie Aerodrome.
Ed note: Apparently active.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ogilvie_Aerodrome
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=ogilvie+ ... 66&bih=675
Peel River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peel_River_%28Canada%29
http://www.protectpeel.ca/
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... Peel-River
http://y2y.net/our-work/campaign-news/y ... d-campaign
http://cpaws.org/campaigns/peel
http://www.cpawsyukon.org/resources/pee ... index.html
http://natureneedshalf.org/peel-river-watershed-canada/
http://www.natgeotakeaction.org/explore ... 2654818C01
etc.
Images.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=peel+Riv ... 66&bih=675
Environment Canada Water Office.
Peel River above Fort McPherson.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10MC002
Peel River at Frog Creek.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10MC022
Fort McPherson.
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=1141
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_McPhe ... erritories
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie/Peel River. Features.
... , Dempster Highway bridge (near Sapper Hill and Soldier Creek confluence, upstream from Mile 150), Blackstone River junction and formal start of the Peel River, Hart River confluence, Dalglish Creek confluence, Peel Canyon (Canyon Creek confluence) and Aberdeen Falls (impassable, must be portaged), Doll Creek confluence, Wind River confluence, Mountain Creek confluence, Diikie Creek confluence, Bonnet Plume River confluence, Aghoo and Nihtal Git Creek confluences, Snake River confluence (and “The Taco Bar”), Caribou River confluence, creek confluences (Cooking Rocks, Gukan, Brown Bear), Trail River confluence, Road River confluence, cross into NT, Vittrekwa River confluence, Dempster Highway ferry, Fort McPherson, Mackenzie River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.
ALLAN ADD Arctic Circle, Lost Patrol sites.
creek confluences (Aghoo, Nithal Git, Solo), Snake River confluence and Taco Bar, confluences (George Creek, Caribou River), Arctic Circle, creek confluences (Cooking Rocks, Gukan

Ogilvie River, Peel River and Mackenzie River. Ogilvie River bridge to Inuvik. Online, Guide.
Route description: Ogilvie River at Dempster Highway, Ogilvie River and Peel River Features, Mackenzie River junction, Mackenzie delta, Inuvik.
http://www.spectacularnwt.com/sites/spe ... lriver.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River. Dempster Highway to Blackstone River junction and start of Peel River. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River. Dempster Highway to Blackstone River junction and start of Peel River. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ogilvie River and Peel River to Fort McPherson. Notes.
Ed note: Posted also in Porcupine subregion.
Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Faye Hallett.
Route description: Dempster Highway, Ogilvie River and Peel River Features, Fort McPherson, up Rat River part way; flood-forced retreat to Fort McPherson; float plane to Summit Lake; Little Bell River, Bell River, Porcupine River, Old Crow; flight to Dawson.
Title at source: Rat-Peel-Porcupine Rivers: Rediscovering Historical Roots and Routes.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Peel River. Redirect.
Ed note: The Peel is infrequently paddled by itself, partly because the impassable Aberdeen Canyon requires a lengthy portage.
For Peel River Information and Features, please consult the entry (above)
Ogilvie River and Peel River. Information and Features.
For Peel River Route information, please consult also entries filed under Blackstone River, Ogilvie River,Hart River, Wind River, Bonnet Plume River and Snake River.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Peel River. Ogilvie-Blackstone junction to Fort McPherson. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Peel River. Ogilvie-Blackstone junction to Dempster Highway. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Information.
Ed note: All known trips start at Duo Lake and continue at least as far as the Peel River junction and the "Taco Bar". Some parties return from there by float plane, others continue down the Peel.
Outfitter.
http://www.blackfeather.com/canoe/canoe_snakeriver.htm
Links.
http://www.greatcanadianrivers.com/rive ... -home.html
http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/magazi ... _yukon.asp
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-n ... yukon.html
http://www.mcnabbconnolly.ca/titles/103 ... n____14_39
Video, Vimeo, Images.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJV4tWxYpUw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPVfCOc6nP0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ab6_zMkz5Vs
etc.
http://vimeo.com/30531521
https://www.google.com/search?q=snake+r ... 66&bih=675
The Wind, the Snake and the Bonnet Plume: Three Wild Northern Rivers. Yukon Wildlands Project. Available at http://www.yukonbooks.com . Ed note: Coffee-table book.
Three Rivers: The Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness. Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park (2005). Ed note: Coffee-table book.
Three Rivers: Protecting the Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness.
Author: Juri Peepre.
http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p049/ ... 58_564.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Features.
... , Duo Lake (by float plane), portage to Snake River, confluences (Reptile Creek, Cranswick River; no other named tributaries were found at either Toporama or mytopo.com), Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Online, Notes, Photos, Map.
Source: Lund family library.
Author: Mark Lund.
Route description: Float plane from Mayo to Duo Lake, portage, Snake River, Peel River junction, float-plane return from Taco Bar.
http://members.shaw.ca/marklund5/06July ... /index.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Online, Photos.
Author: Chris Lepard.
Ed note: Photos only.
http://chrislepard.com/root/ChrisLepard ... /main2.cfm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Duo Lake by float plane, portage to the Snake River, Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Yukon Forum.
Author: JSC.Kipawa.
Title at source: Far, Maybe Too Far, Into the Yukon.
CCR post.
Content: NY Times article (minus photos) plus member comments, if any.
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 22&t=40349
NY Times article, with photos,
http://travel.nytimes.com/2012/08/26/tr ... anted=all&
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: New Hampshire AMC Paddlers.
Author: Phillip Sego.
Route description: Guided trip from Duo Lake to Peel River.
Title at source: Travelogue - Snake River, Yukon.
http://www.nhamcpaddlers.org/mem_trips/snake_yukon.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River and Peel River. Duo Lake to Dempster Highway. Online, Notes, Photos.
Access: Float plane from Mayo to Duo Lake.
Egress: Various points on the Peel River.
Author: Christian Roux.
Route description: Duo Lake, Snake River Features, Peel River Features, Dempster Highway.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/snake/snake0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/snake/yallersnake.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River and Peel River. Duo Lake to Dempster Highway. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: Claus Gregor.
Route description: Float plane from Mayo to Duo Lake, Snake River Features, Peel River junction and Features, Dempster Highway.
http://www.claus-gregor.de/privhome/snake.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snake River and Peel River. Duo Lake to Dempster Highway. Online, Journal.
Source: Kayak Yukon library.
Author: Tim Gregg.
Route description: Duo Lake, Snake River Features, Peel River Features, Dempster Highway.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/snake/index.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wind_River_%28Yukon%29
Images.
http://www.canoepaddler.me.uk/wind_river_canoeing.php
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFpBSRDT63Q
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt7dq8HHr6s
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTPTqmuYEYg
etc.
http://vimeo.com/18697605
https://www.google.com/search?q=wind+ri ... 66&bih=675
The Wind, the Snake and the Bonnet Plume: Three Wild Northern Rivers. Yukon Wildlands Project. Available at http://www.yukonbooks.com . Ed note: Coffee-table book.
Three Rivers: The Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness. Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park (2005). Ed note: Coffee-table book.
Three Rivers: Protecting the Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness.
Author: Juri Peepre.
http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p049/ ... 58_564.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River. Features.
Float plane to McClusky Lake, confluences (Nash Creek, Bond Creek, Bear River, Royal Creek, Little Wind River, Illtyd Creek, Hungry Creek, Basin Creek, Beaver Creek), Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River. McClusky Lake to Peel River junction. Guide.
Peepre, Juri and Sarah Locke. Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. Whitehorse (2008).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. McClusky Lake to Snake River confluence. Online, Photos.
Author: Ted Parker.
Content: Photos plus brief commentary.
Route description: McClusky Lake (by float plane from Mayo, reached by road from Whitehorse), Wind River, Peel River Features, Snake River confluence and Taco Bar, float plane to Mayo.
http://www.parkerclan.ca/windriver.php
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. From McClusky Lake. Online, Journal.
Source: Kayak Yukon library
Author: Tim Gregg.
http://www.kayak.yk.ca/html/rivers/wind/index.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. From McClusky Lake. Online, Notes, Photos.
Egress: Various points on the Peel River.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/Wind/wind0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/Wind/yallerwind.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River. McClusky Lake to Peel River junction. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: McClusky Lake, creek, Wind River, Bond Creek confluence, Bear River confluence, Royal Creek confluence, Little Wind River confluence, creek confluences (Illtyd, Hungry, Basin, Beaver), Peel River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. McClusky Lake to Taco Bar. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: Phillip Sego.
Ed note: Guided trip.
Title at source: Wind River, Yukon. August 2008.
http://www.philsego.com/travel/wind2008.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. McClusky Lake to Taco Bar. Online, Notes, Video, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Authors: Manrico & Liz.
Title at source: 2010 – Wind River, Yukon Canoe.
http://www.pensiamo.com/adventures/2010-wind-river/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. From McClusky Lake. Online, Notes, Photo.
Source: Canoe & Kayak.
Author: Matt Jackson.
Ed note: Guided trip.
Title at source: A Mighty Wind.
http://www.canoekayak.com/travel/canada-west/wind/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wind River and Peel River. McClusky Lake to Taco Bar. Online, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author: unknown.
Title at source: Wind River, Yukon.
http://www.paddler.nl/trips-wind.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.
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Start Porcupine subregion.

Coverage.
Porcupine River, Bell River, Little Bell River, Eagle River.

Bell River and Little Bell River. Information.
John Bell.
http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/arctic/Arctic39-1-102.pdf
Hodgins-Hoyle.
http://books.google.ca/books?id=eBn41p- ... on&f=false
Images.
http://vilda.alaska.edu/cdm/search/sear ... mode/exact
https://www.google.ca/search?q=bell+riv ... 66&bih=675
No other relevant information was found for the Bell River, nothing for the Little Bell.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle River. Information and Features.
Eagle Plains.
http://www.onroute.com/destinations/yuk ... lains.html
Eagle, Bell, Porcupine, Yukon vimeo.
http://vimeo.com/55498869
No other relevant information was found.
Features.
... , Vyah River confluence, Dempster Highway bridge (a few km north of Eagle Plains), creek confluences (Vichi Tik Tsiivii, Vadzaih Kan, Aquila), Bell River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle River, Bell River and Porcupine River. Dempster Highway to Old Crow. Online, Notes, Photos.
Access: Dempster Highway, north of Eagle Plains.
Egress: Flight from Old Crow.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/eagle/eagle0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/eagle/yallereagle.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle River. Dempster Highway to Bell River junction. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Ed note: Continue to the Porcupine River and the settlement of Old Crow.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle River, Bell River, Porcupine River, Fort Yukon AK. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: Beth Hronek.
Route description (guided trip): Eagle River (by road from Eagle Plains), Bell River junction, Porcupine River junction, Old Crow, The Ramparts and Rampart House, AK border, Fort Yukon.
Title at source. Porcupine River Expedition.
http://www.lssu.edu/faculty/bhronek/out ... erview.php
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Bell River and Little Bell River. Information and Features.
https://www.google.com/search?q=Bell+Ri ... 66&bih=675
No other relevant information was found; Summit Lake on the web refers to the Gold Rush trail.
Features, Bell River.
... , Little Bell River confluence (from Summit Lake), The Bastion, Rock River confluence, Eagle River confluence, Porcupine River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Little Bell River, Bell River and Porcupine River. Summit Lake to Old Crow. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/bell/bell0.htm
http://www.cgrizz.com/bell/yallerbell.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Little Bell River and Bell River. Summit Lake to Porcupine River junction. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
Route description: Summit Lake, Little Bell River, Bell River junction, Rat River (the other one) confluence, Eagle River confluence, Porcupine River junction.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Little Bell River, Bell River and Porcupine River. Summit Lake to Fort Yukon AK. Online, Notes, Journal, Photos.
Author: Karin Herrero.
Route description: Summit Lake (by float plane from Inuvik), Little Bell River, Bell River, Eagle River confluence, Porcupine River junction, Old Crow, The Ramparts, AK border, Fort Yukon.
Title at source: Paddling in Caribou Country: Following the historic fur trade route on the Porcupine River.
http://stratalink.com/stratavarious/porcupine1.htm
http://stratalink.com/stratavarious/porcupine2.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Little Bell River, Bell River and Porcupine River. Summit Lake to Old Crow. Notes.
Ed note: Posted also in Peel subregion.
Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: Faye Hallett.
Route description: Dempster Highway, Ogilvie River and Peel River Features, Fort McPherson, up Rat River part way; flood-forced retreat to Fort McPherson; float plane to Summit Lake; Little Bell River, Bell River, Porcupine River, Old Crow; flight to Dawson.
Title at source: Rat-Peel-Porcupine Rivers: Rediscovering Historical Roots and Routes.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Porcupine River. Information and Features.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porcupine_River
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... pine-River
http://vilda.alaska.edu/cdm/search/sear ... mode/exact
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Qt64ygxQBA
http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.as ... CGA013-029
http://sightsandsites.ca/rivers/site/rampart-house
https://www.google.com/search?q=porcupi ... 66&bih=675
Hodgins-Hoyle.
http://books.google.com/books?id=eBn41p ... on&f=false
Old Crow.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Crow,_Yukon
http://www.oldcrow.ca/
http://www.michaelsmeanderings.com/2009 ... river.html
http://www.yukoncommunities.yk.ca/communities/oldcrow/
http://travelyukon.com/about-yukon/yuko ... s/old-crow
http://www.yukoninfo.com/photogallery/oldcrow.htm
https://www.google.com/search?q=old+cro ... 66&bih=675
Features.
Formal start of the river at the junction of Miner River and Whitestone River, creek confluences (Rube, Eileen, Pine, Tizra), Bell River confluence, Salmon Cache Canyon, creek confluences (Salmon Cache, Rat Indian), Driftwood River confluence, Lord Creek confluence, Old Crow River confluence and Old Crow settlement, AK border.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Yukon River (and tributaries?). Guide?
Ed note: Book not looked at, assumed to be a Guide; tributaries, if any, described are not known (other than the Porcupine).
Maclean, Dan. Paddling the Yukon River and its Tributaries. A guide to paddling across Alaska and the Yukon Territory on the Yukon, Tanana, Porcupine and Koyukuk Rivers, plus the Kuskokwim River. Publication Consultants (2005).
English version available at
http://www.danmaclean.com/
English and German (2008) versions available at
http://www.kanuverlag.de/index.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Porcupine River. Old Crow to Fort Yukon AK. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Christian Roux.
http://translate.google.com/#fr|en|
http://www.cgrizz.com/index.htm
Click on Porcupine River, then on En savoir plus.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Porcupine River. Bell River confluence to Old Crow. Notes.
Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. Primrose Publishing (Caribou Commons Project), Whitehorse (2004).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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