A month-long journey to explore and paint the spectacular landscapes of Kluane National Park and Reserve

2013- 2015

Located in the Southwest corner of the Yukon, it borders British Columbia and Alaska, and features the largest mountain massif on earth, and Canada’s highest peak: Mount Logan. Cory left in July of 2013 to ski on the largest non-polar ice field in the world and hike the arduous Donjek Route, at one point descending a steep scree slope for a kilometre with his ninety-pound pack. He canoed the remote Mush and Bates Lakes and completed his expedition with a week-long trip by raft down the Alsek River to the glacier-strewn Lowell Lake. The first northern lights of the waning summer greeted him, as did the heart-pounding experience of witnessing a massive iceberg collapsing before his eyes as he sought to paint it.

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