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Frontier Lodge – Gateway to Thaidene Nëné

Experience unforgettable days and nights at Frontier Lodge!
The Thaidene Nëné Experiences has been designed to provide you with a deeper connection to not only these magical waters and rugged northern landscapes but also the culture and traditions of the local Dënesųłıné people. Thaidene Nëné, the Land of the Ancestors. Here, dramatic cliffs tower over crystal clear waters and wildlife roams free. Learn about Dënesųłıné culture and experience how Dene have thrived in this land for thousands of years!
5 Days from $4749/person CAD
Guided
Luxury
Off The Beaten Path
Private

Primary Location

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Departures

Tuesdays and Saturdays departures from August 10 to September 14th, 2022

Included:

  • Chartered flights to and from Yellowknife and Frontier
  • Private Accommodations in fully renovated, rustic log cabins – with full washrooms in each
  • On-site Chef and Baker – all meals, fresh bread, and delicious desserts included
  • Fire Circle at “the Point” – the perfect place to watch the sunset over Great Slave Lake, enjoy a bon fire and even take in the Aurora
  • Use of our Finnish Sauna
  • Walking trails up the beautiful Stark River
  • Fully licensed Bar and Lounge
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in the lounge areas and decks
  • Animals to see around the lodge include – Bald Eagles, Osprey, Kestrels, Ptarmigan, Arctic Hare, Loons (Common and Arctic), Porcupines, Mink, and red squirrels, and the odd black bear
  • Base staff tips/gratuities
  • Wine with Dinner
  • All relevant licenses – ie. fishing in NWT and National Park

Not Included:

  • Anything of a personal nature or that is not mentioned in included

Pricing Details

Contact us for more information and pricing!

  • The exact program is tailored to the preferences of the participants and seasonality

Optional Extras:

  • Frontier Lodge features some, if not the most, affordable fishing and adventure packages of any fly-in lodge in the Northwest Territories

Itinerary

On the mythical East Arm of Great Slave Lake, Frontier Lodge has provided unrivaled freshwater fishing and wilderness experiences for the last 60 years. Owned by the Łutsëlk’é First Nation at the gateway of Canada’s newest national park, Thaidene Nëné, this comfortable and newly refurbished fly-in lodge welcomes those who dream of basking in the magic glow of the Northern Lights, photographing magnificent muskoxen, fishing to their heart’s content—and reconnecting with the natural wonders of our wild world.

Amenities include

• Newly updated lodge and accommodations
• Small conference centre with 6 attached guestrooms
• 6 additional cabins featuring updated private washrooms
• Finnish Sauna
• Complimentary Wi-Fi
• Licensed Bar/Lounge
• Onsite chef and baker
• New fire circle at “the Point”
• Daily housekeeping following worker/guest safety COVID-19 protocols
• Single household or closed social bubble/social distancing protocols

Daily Guided Activities

• Northern Lights – No need for a packed bus ride, guests can simply step outside their cabin and look to the skies!
• Sightseeing tours of the East Arm / Thaidene Nëné – including Redcliff island (500-foot cliffs), Christie Bay (deepest point of any lake in North A.), etc
• Real opportunities to view Muskox, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Porcupines, Mink – and possibly other wildlife such as Black Bears, Moose, and Wolves
• Daily lunch on the Land – Frontier Chowder made with freshly caught lake trout is my favourite
• Incredible hiking opportunities along the coast or on one of the many islands of the Great Slave Lake
• On-site berry picking – raspberries, blueberries, saskatoons, ghost berries, and even a few secret wild strawberry patches
• Plus, of course, fishing – if the clients prefer
• Walking Tours of the indigenous community of Lutsel K’e, complete with a history of Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve and a guided hike above the town where guests will enjoy a traditional tea overlooking Great Slave Lake
• Storytelling and traditional skills workshop which can include - jewelry making, hide work, making dry fish / dry meat, etc.
• A community feast with local foods, traditional hand games, and local arts and crafts sale


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