Great Northern Wilderness - Across the Great Divide
Nature still reigns supreme as we travel across the Canadian prairie into the rugged Rocky Mountains, and on through remote canyons to the vast Pacific. Travel to the Alberta Badlands and through the ridge of peaks from which rivers run down to three oceans, an area known as the Continental Divide. Running along the top is the massive Columbia Icefield. In a remote corner of British Columbia, the Stikine River winds its way along a spectacular canyon and west through the rugged peaks and thick forest leading to the remote Knight Inlet, about as near perfect as a coastal wilderness can be.
2005, 52 min
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