Tombstone Territorial Park is a remote park in central Yukon (Canada), in an area of rolling subarctic tundra. Tombstone is one of the best popular spot along the Dempster Highway to enjoy the vibrancy of the fall colors show in late Summer. Described as “the Patagonia of the North” for its jagged pinnacles of black granite, the park consists of wilderness on a grand scale and is home to a healthy and intact ecosystem that includes bears, wolves, lynx, wolverines and caribou.
"Patagonia of the North" - Grizzly Lake
Canadian Lynx in the Ogilvie Mountains.
Red fox resting in flowers.
A field of cotton grass blowing in wind along the Blackstone River.
Classic view from the Tombstone Territorial Park taken from an overlook on the Grizzly Lake trail.
Moose cow feeding on willows in the rain.
Caribou from the Fortymile Caribou Herd.
Willow ptarmigan in Winter plumage.
Red (Cross) Fox kit sniffing plants after a rain shower.
Grizzly Lake during the fall colors.
Porcupine Caribou crossing a frozen lake.
Bumblebee in fireweed.
Red (Cross) fox kit playing with one of its parent.
Moose feeding in Two Moose Lake.
Fall colors at its best in Tombstone Territorial Park.
Frozen Blackstone River in Winter.
A lonely caribou from the Fortymile Caribou Herd crossing a frozen lake.
Red (Cross) Fox kit portrait.
Double rainbow after a rain shower.
White-tailed ptarmigan in the rain.
Rainbow trying to break through the dark clouds over a small peak.
Harlequin duck and her chicks swimming through whitewater.
Sun peeking through the clouds for a brief between two rain showers..
Blue sky reflection in a pool.
Common Raven perched on the entrance sign of Tombstone Territorial Park.