Whitehorse - Dawson City
Lake Laberge was still frozen...
The first nation cemetery Upper Lebarge at Lake Laberge
Finally on the Yukon River between Whitehorse and Lake Laberge.
The first real camp at Lake Laberge this year.
The lake was like a mirror. Time for breakfast...
The catamaran has proven itself very well!
From Hootalinqua the Yukon River finally flows with high water...
The old paddle steamer can already be seen from the water.
The steamer Norcom on Shipyard Island.
A mighty ship, hard to believe it ever sailed on the Yukon.
Unfortunately it has been falling apart more and more over the years...
Only with difficulty one arrives at the second deck.
Even the bridge won't stand much longer...
This is all that's left of the steem boiler...
It was partly over 30 degrees Celsius, Global Warming ...
Cabin at Fort Selkirk.
Coffee Creek is finally being restored...
But it was sold to a company and is now unfortunately no longer to be visited...
The delta of the White River.
Anchorage on 60 Mile River.
The clear waters of the 60 Mile River unite with the milky water of the Yukon river
My Catamaran in Dawson City
Dan T. Cook and his boat in Dawson City.
He is on a world trip in a boat and truck, a very nice guy !
The American David accompanied me from Dawson City to Emmonak-Bering Sea.
We didn't had a single bad word on the whole trip, all we had was fun.
But after the tour he suddenly wanted a huge sum for his approval of the film.
Unfortunately I filmed David in such a way that he was in almost all crucial places.
So I couldn't cut him out. The complete cut of the Yukon film was in vain.
All out of greed, although I almost paid for everything and he was riding on my catamaran...
Thanks David, that was really stupid !
Continue with: Dawson City - Dalton Bridge
Only those who risk going too far, will discover how far they can go!
Expedition in USA, Alaska & Canada, Scandinavia with folding boat, motorboat, catamaran, motorcycle, off-road vehicle, bicycle ...