This unique and remote tributary of the Nahanni starts high in the mountains of one of Canada's newest National Parks, Nááts'ihch'oh National Park Reserve.

Clear water, unforgettable views and an intimate wilderness experience, the Broken Skull offers all of this from its beginning high in the alpine to its mouth at the South Nahanni river.  Not to mention the friendly, exciting whitewater that will have you hooting and hollering from the sheer joy of corner after corner of fun!

  • Cost: $7875 + GST + National Park fee

  • Duration: 23 days

  • Access: Journey begins in Fort Nelson, BC and finishes in Fort Simpson, NWT

  • Start: Divide Lake

  • Finish: Blackstone Territorial Park

  • Distance: 485kms

With exciting but approachable rapids, easy access to the alpine and hidden hot-springs this wild river begs for exploration. 

This expedition offers a chance to experience two of Canada's most remote and spectacular National Parks.  Your journey takes you through the traditional territory of the Sahtu and Naha Dene and begins in the Naats'hich'oh National Park Reserve. The two parks meet near the confluence with the South Nahanni River which will take you through the world renowned wonders of the Nahanni National Park Reserve.  Whether you would like to experience the Nahanni for the first time or tick off another of its tributaries this journey promises to make memories that will last a lifetime.