The Klondike Highway leads towards a rugged mountain in Canada’s Yukon Territory.
Clouds form in the sky behind Montréal’s Biosphére, the re-purposed Buckminster Fuller-designed Expo ’67 United States Pavilion
The Klondike Highway travels along the shore of Tagish Lake in Canada’s Yukon Territory.
Low clouds over mountains along the Klondike Highway near Atlin, British Columbia.
The rugged, mountainous landscape of Tagish Lake, near the Yukon Territory-British Columbia border, Canada.
Evergreen trees grow atop a rocky ridge along the Klondike Highway in British Columbia’s Stikine Region.
The towering evergreen trees of the mountainous forest along the shore of British Columbia’s Tutshi Lake.
Bove Island interrupts the placid waters of the Yukon Territory’s Tagish Lake.
The historic 122-meter (400 ft) Sun Life Building peeks over trees at Dorchester Square, Montréal, Québec.
Mountain peaks in the cloud sky near Tagish Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada.
Trees grow along the Klondike Highway at Tutshi Lake, British Columbia, Canada.
The sun sets on the mouth of Victoria Harbour, Victoria, British Columbia.
The Klondike Highway wraps around a mountain in British Columbia’s Stikine Region, near Tagish Lake.
The Klondike Highway stretches along the shore of Tutshi Lake in the Stikine Region of British Columbia, Canada.
The deep blue-green waters of Emerald Lake, nestled in the mountains just north of Carcross, Yukon Territory, Canada.
The sun sets on the Victoria, British Columbia, harbour.
The Holland America cruise ship Oosterdam, docked in Victoria, British Columbia.