This seven day tour down the Teslin and part of the Yukon River takes you through a landscape rich in history and wildlife. This week-long trip is ideal for first-time paddlers looking for a less-travelled route than the classic Yukon River expedition. The Teslin River is part of the homeland of the Teslin Tlingit First Nation, for whom the river is still an important source of fish and moose. It’s an excellent place to spot moose, eagles, and black bears along the shoreline, and eddies offer excellent fishing for arctic grayling, northern pike and the occasional trout. Enjoy comfortable camps in wild and scenic spots along the river, meals cooked on open fires, and the company of a small group of fellow travelers. Fun and professional guides will teach you all you need to know to paddle and camp.