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Winter freeze creates cakes of ice that float down the clear, clean waters of the Hart River. The river is a tributary of the greater peel watershed, one of the largest unroaded wilderness areas in the world. The Hart weaves through the Ogilivie Mountains at the Northern End of the Rocky Mountain Range.

Aerial images of Peel Watershed in Northern Yukon, Canada. Winter has arrived and although the Hart and Blackstone Rivers (headwaters of the Peel) are still open, the country is blanketed in a thick layer of snow. The untouched wilderness of the Peel Watershed is highlighted by the pristine snow.
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Peter Mather, 110 Seine Square, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 3C3, Canada
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Winter freeze creates cakes of ice that float down the clear, clean waters of the Hart River. The river is a tributary of the greater peel watershed, one of  the largest unroaded wilderness areas in the world. The Hart weaves through the Ogilivie Mountains at the Northern End of the Rocky Mountain Range.<br />
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Aerial images of Peel Watershed in Northern Yukon, Canada. Winter has arrived and although the Hart and Blackstone Rivers (headwaters of the Peel) are still open, the country is blanketed in a thick layer of snow. The untouched wilderness of the Peel Watershed is highlighted by the pristine snow.