The Muskwa Series: Join Adventure Photographer Ryan Dickie as he aims to expose one of North America's greatest hidden treasures - the Muskwa Kechika Management Area. The M-K encompasses over 6.4 million hectares of remote northern British Columbia wilderness, and Ryan is lucky enough to call it home. A place of unquestionable global significance, there are few who know of its existence, despite our ever expanding exposure to web based content. That speaks to its sheer remoteness and solitude, something Ryan has grown to appreciate over time, and keeps him going back for more. A place where countless forms of wildlife exist the way they were meant to, where mountains remain nameless, and rivers flow freely while bound for the Arctic, the MK remains one of the few places in todays world where one can return back to life as it were well before our time.
Episode #3 takes us on a visual tour of a typical winter road trip to the Liard River Hot Springs from Fort Nelson, British Columbia.
During the winter, the Alaska Highway becomes ever so desolate when compared to the peak season of Summer. On the nearly 4 hour drive from Fort Nelson to Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, an abundance of wildlife and snow-capped peaks set the tone for what one can expect in the greater Muskwa Kechika wilderness.
The Alaska Highway snakes its way through the Northern Rockies, along rushing rivers and streams, past frozen lakes, with an array of wildlife potentially waiting around every corner. End the day with a dip in one of Canada's most impressive natural hot springs, or a fire(with northern lights blazing over head) at Muncho Lake. To experience a winter road trip on the Alaska Highway, is to experience truly wild and raw northern wilderness.
Film and Edit by Ryan Dickie
Model: Bailee Ellis :)
Date: March 10, 2018
Music: Odezsa - Kusanagi(Instrumental)
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