Winter Is Here!

Winter Is Here!

Winter Is Here! If you read this from anywhere other than North of 60th, you may ask yourself why do we specify again that winter is here, given that it can – by now – be considered common knowledge that winters in the Yukon last up to 6 months. Well, as a...
Cliff Hanger at Dawn!

Cliff Hanger at Dawn!

Cliff Hanger at Dawn! The rising sun bathes the cliffs in the rosy hues of dawn.  In a manner I can only describe as precarious, I watch, heart in mouth, as the billy goat stands on his back feet while on a sheer cliff slope.  His front legs dangle loose in the air,...
Connecting You To Winter!

Connecting You To Winter!

Connecting You To Winter! The Yukon Wildlife Preserve has seen incredible growth, especially over the last 6 of its 15 years. The Yukon is also seeing a growth in winter tourism, and locals alike wanting to get outside, explore, be active and appreciate the beauty of...
Gifts of the North

Gifts of the North

Gifts of the North This time last year we released a very special limited edition hat (or toque as we Canadians like to call it). It was the product of generous Yukon businesses who care about Yukon’s wildlife.  The 5 premium toques included a donation to the...
Pouncing Fox

Pouncing Fox

Pouncing Fox A red fox streaks by on a snowy November morning.  I stop my activity, pivot and watch through the window.  While I am inside and the fox is outside, it is so close to the window of my home that I know any movement on my part will translate to sound,...