This captivating landscape may cease to exist, and this is your chance to experience its wonders and to help researchers understand how we might protect it.

You’ll measure evidence of global warming in the majestic Mackenzie Mountains, a range that forms part of the border between Canada’s Northwest Territories and the Yukon and is on the front line of climate change. Among stunning wildlife, including one of the world’s largest herds of mountain caribou, you’ll help take soil and permafrost samples, monitor the health of the tree line, and record information on native plant species. By helping researchers learn all they can about this fragile environment now, you’ll help preserve it for the future.


Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territory, Canada



Includes all accommodation, meals, transfers, insurance and research activities


11 days


Update October 15 2021: As overseas travel restrictions and covid requirements are not fully finalised, our overseas expeditions are not yet back on sale from Australia. We appreciate that people are as keen as we are to travel and we will facilitate these amazing experiences again as soon as possible. In the meantime, please refer to our Australian experiences.

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Lead Scientist

Steven Mamet