— Rock, snow, ice (frozen waterfalls), alpine — in Alberta, B.C., NWT and Yukon; Ascents of Mt. Logan and Mt. Steele in St. Elias Mtns, Yukon
— 450 mile, l0-day wilderness trip down Yukon’s Dempster Highway, through the Ogilvie and Richardson Mountains, across the Arctic Circle.
Hiking/Camping Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon
— Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park/Alberta; Pacific Rim National Park (52 miles of rugged beach walking on Vancouver Island)/ B.C.; St. Elias Mtns. in Kluane National Park and Tombstone Mtns/Yukon
— Heli-hiking with Canadian Mountain Holidays in Purcell Mtns/B.C.
Sea kayaking in British Columbia
— The Queen Charlotte Islands (Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve) ;
— Across Atlin Lake on the edge of the St. Elias Mtns.
— Heliskiing in B.C.: Cariboo, Purcell, Selkirk and Monashee ranges
— Hut-to-hut tours and backcountry lodges in B.C.– Ptarmigan Tours; Mistaya Lodge; Purcell Lodge; Wells Gray Chalets; Golden Alpine Holidays; Valhalla Mountain Touring.
— Ski resorts: B.C. & Alberta
— Lake Louise, Fernie Snow Valley
— Wilderness skiing: Alberta Rockies, B.C. and Yukon
— 14-day traverse of Homathko Icefield (story package): Coast Mountain Range of B.C., including telemark descents of various peaks; camp scenes; glacier mountain scenics of B.C.’s second highest peak, Mt. Waddington.
— Ski traverse of historic Chilkoot Pass, Yukon to Alaska
— Circumski of Yukon’s Mt. Logan, St. Elias Mtns: l40-mile, l2-day ski in St. Elias Icefields, the largest ice cap outside polar regions
— Circumski of Yukon’s Tombstone Range…70 miles in subarctic conditions, around jagged granite spires
— Ellesmere Island, N.W.T., Canadian Arctic and geographic North Pole. Flight to the north pole in twin otters with celebrities Sir Edmund Hillary and astronaut Neil Armstrong, followed by a ski ascent of a peak at Tanquary Fjord in -50 C temperatures. Cover Outside mag.
Outside , Nov 1998
Canoeing and Rafting Yukon’s Rivers
— Tatshenshini River 12-day raft trip through spectacular St. Elias Mtns, from B.C. into Alaska near Glacier Bay. Hiking, campfire scenes, with shimmering Mt. Fairweather (B.C.’s highest peak) in background at dusk.
— Alsek River 12-day raft trip to Glacier Bay; hike up on Goatherd Mtn along the way, with view of icebergs on Lowell Lake
— Peel River 350-mile canoe trip in Yukon and NWT
— Firth River, Ivvavik National Park (story package): l0-day raft trip through the migration of the Porcupine Caribou herd in the British Mtns; all the way to Hershel Island Territorial Park on the Beaufort Sea
— Snake River (story package): 11-day canoe trip through the MacKenzie Mtns, on the border with NWT; beautiful campsites and hiking every day
— Scenics plus lifestyle stories: gold rush– past and present; homesteading; sea kayaking on Atlin Lake; First Nations’ salmon fishing camp; historic Dawson City and Diamond Tooth Gertie’s; Fort Selkirk on the Yukon River; St. Elias Mountains; aerials; Kluane National Park; Dempster highway; bicycling the Dempster; Richardson and Ogilvie mountains; Alaska Highway; Porcupine Caribou herd migration on Porcupine River and
Firth River, Ivvavik National Park.
— Mt. Logan (story package): two ascents of Canada’s highest mountain, via King Trench Route. One was a scientific expedition to remeasure height of the mountain with Global Positioning System instruments.
— Mt Steele (story package): 1995 commemorative climb of the peak named after Sam Steele, the Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman who brought law to Klondike Gold Rush in ’98.