Taking In Tombstone

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Last Summer, my wife and I traveled to the Yukon on a working holiday. The highlight of the whole trip was making the trek up to Tombstone Territorial Park. Getting there was an adventure in and of itself, anyone who has had the pleasure of making the seven hour drive from Whitehorse, much of it up the gravel Dempster highway, knows that the perils of the journey are worth it. The transition of driving through lush boreal forest that quickly dwindles into the stark, subarctic landscape of jagged mountains is magnificent. Upon arriving at the park, we realized we had enough daylight left to hike up Goldensides trail. On our descent, my wife and our dog stopped for a rest in the caribou moss, to take in one of Canada's most stunning views.
Taken By
Stuart Rockwood
Taken On
July 10, 2020
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hiking tombstone territorial park yukon parks landscape fall
  • Focal: 31
  • Lens Model: 18-250mm
  • Shutter speed: 0.003125 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 7.1

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