Murray Lundberg

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Images of the Yukon Territory

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A picnic on the tundra high on Montana Mountain in the southern Yukon
A picnic on the tundra, on Montana Mountain near Carcross.
Ice fog at -42 degrees
Ice fog at -42°C. in Whitehorse.
Emerald Lake, on the South Klondike Highway in Canada's Yukon Territory
A panoramic view of Emerald Lake on the South Klondike Highway north of Carcross.
Celebrating the crossing of the Arctic Circle on the Dempster Highway in the Yukon
With a storm approaching, tourists enjoy a champagne toast at the Arctic Circle.
Banners in Whitehorse, Yukon
Winter banners on Whitehorse's Main Street.
Tourists photographing bison at Whitehorse, Yukon
Visitors learn about bison and other native animals at the Yukon Game Farm near Whitehorse.
Mammoth statues guard the Beringia Museum in Whitehorse, Yukon, in an ice fog at -40 degrees
These woolly mammoths seem right at home in a minus-40° ice fog in Whitehorse.
A stateroom on the restored paddlewheeler S.S. Klondike in Whitehorse, Yukon
One of the staterooms on the restored steamboat S.S. Klondike in Whitehorse.
Seeing the wilderness of Canada's yukon Territory from the air
The Big Salmon Range of mountains north of Whitehorse glows in the midnight sun.
The start of the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest sled dog race in Whitehorse
The start of the Yukon Quest, "The Toughest Sled Dog Race in the World".
Playing guitar on the lawn at the Yukon Arts Centre in Whitehorse
A young man plays his guitar on the lawn of the Yukon Arts Centre.
The last remaining building at the historic mining town of Conrad, Yukon
The last remaining log cabin at
the former silver mining town
of Conrad.
'Witch's Broom'
The brown area on this tree, caused by a virus, is known as "witch's broom".
The Beringia Interpretive Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon
These sabre-toothed cats guard the entrance to the Beringia Interpretive Centre in Whitehorse.
Historic Stewart Landing, Yukon
A log barn at historic Stewart Landing, a booming mining port in years long past.
An oxbow on the Yukon River near Lake Laberge
An ox-bow on the Yukon River just upstream from Lake Laberge.