Highlights From The Road to 150 Northwest Territories Episode:
With more than one million square kilometres of land area and a population of less than 50,000, the Northwest Territories is about as wild as it gets. It’s certainly not an easy area to visit (many places are fly-in, many roads are gravel, and distances are vast) but for those who make the effort, there are incredible things to experience.
With boreal forest, arctic tundra, some of Canada’s greatest waterfalls, a vibrant indigenous culture, and boundless wilderness, this is an adventurers paradise!
We explored the NWT from August 16 – September 1st, 2017!
Canada’s Road to 150 is a 150-day Canada-wide multi-media road trip celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday by exploring the uniqueness of this country provincially and collectively while answering the question; What makes Canada special?
We will drive to and through every driveable province and territory, showcasing Canada’s natural beauty and regional attractions while interviewing Canadians of all cultures and backgrounds, including local celebrities, immigrants, refugees, and everyday rural and urban Canadians. Our aim is to dig deep into what makes Canada such an incredibly inspiring country while showing off the best of Canada’s tourism to Canadians and to the world.
MATTHEW BAILEY: Host/Producer, writer, and drone videographer.
Matt’s other YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/YeBailey
Instagram: @MatthewGBailey and @MustDoCanada
KARLA BAILEY: Host/Co-Producer
JUSTIN BRUNELLE: Director
Travel videos YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2dnmJpK
Instagram – @justinbrunelle
Facebook – MILE30 Adventures
Twitter – @MILE30Adventure
www.movingartistry.com / www.mile30adventures.com
Series Production Company: Moving Artistry Productions
Also, special thanks to Kody Davidson from https://kodywithak.com/ who is the king of data, helping is back up all of our footage from his home base!
For a list of the companies that helped with this project in the NWT, visit – www.mustdocanada.com/best-things-to-do-in-the-northwest-territories
Big thanks to Best Western International for helping to sponsor such an incredible journey as well as Yellow Dog Lodge, Simpson Air, Ptarmigan Inn Hay River, Day’s Inn Yellowknife, Bullocks’ Bistro, Ahmic Air, Open Water Charters, Janor Guest House in Fort Simpson, MacKenzie Delta Hotel Inuvik, Community Greenhouse, the town of Inuvik, Alistine’s Restaurant, and Joanne’s Taxi in Tuktotaktuk for the local tour!
More info on Road to 150: Best Things To Do In The Northwest Territories
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