About our tour
We begin the tour sliding onto the frozen Great Slave Lake, the 10th largest lake in the world!
From there we enter a heated trapper's tent for an introduction/photoshoot with traditional clothing and furs
After tying on our snowshoes in the tent, we go explore nearby animal tracks and learn the timeline from ancient to modern traps
A few more Aboriginal games before we gather in the Teepee to build a fire on spruce bows and caribou hide bedding!
After the fire we go inside for you to experience our Dene home and create a decorative souvenir to bring home! Spruce tip maple tea & homemade bannock will also be served!
Last photo's and farewells before the tour ends!
Schedule (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm)
Traditional trap demonstration with a fur display & an interactive photoshoot
Snowshoeing on the Great Slave Lake(winter)
Learn how to build a fire inside a teepee
Create your own mini drum to take home with you
Tea and bannock
Aboriginal games including leg wrestling, pole push and wood sawing
Sliding into camp on Great Slave Lake (winter)
$120.00 + G.S.T per person
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*Fall season excludes snowshoes and sliding as we are still waiting for the ice to freeze
* Net rates available for the travel trade