The Kaska people of the Ross River Dena call this wild region of snow-capped
mountain ranges and sparkling waters home. Among the last of the First Nations
to come into contact with European traders and missionaries, they lived a traditional
lifestyle into the early 1900s. Today, their unique, haunting style of drumming and
singing reflects the wild, unspoiled landscape of their traditional territory, a
wilderness made accessible to modern visitors by the Robert Campbell Highway,
back roads and intimate campgrounds.
Last of the Wild Frontier
World War II-era Canol Footbridge crosses the Pelly River
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