SINCE IT WAS ESTABLISHED in 2004, Tombstone Territorial Park in the Yukon continues to attract an increasing number of visitors every year. Covering about 2,200 square kilometers (850 square miles) in the North Ogilvie and Mackenzie Ranges, the park is around an hour and a half drive north of Dawson City.
I got to see the park from the air, an unusual vantage point. We flew over glacially carved granite peaks, and once we landed explored tundra valleys on foot.
We were there for 2 hours and I couldn’t stop smiling. It’s amazing how being somewhere so remote can bring a person so much joy.