This could go either way for folks in that it is a pleasant trip on a Paddlewheel boat seeing river vegetation and wild life, and some incredible river front houses, but also kinda of hokey in staged visits with "characters" such as a float plane pilot landing and taking off on the river and visiting with a dog sled trainer and his kennel. Our tour director was like a ring master in his commentary. Highlight for me though was spending time learning about the Athabascan Indians at a recreated village. Athabascan guides explained some of the ways to catch fish with a fish wheel, prepare hides for clothing,build shelters, hunt for those animals as well as many other interesting topics. Delicious fresh baked blueberry muffins were free along with coffee on the boat ride. The main building is a huge souvenir store, restaurant and a room which you can go in to have your picture taken.....oh the temp is -45 degrees!
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