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    Winter ~ Dress in Layers

    by RavensWing Updated Dec 19, 2013

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Thermals, jogging pants, tshirt, sweater, snowpants, parka, mitts - don't bother with gloves you fingers won't stay warm enough. Toque (hat) and scarf and of course winter boots. That way if it's warmer you can peel off layers.

    Photo Equipment: Definitely bring a camera.

    Miscellaneous: To save room in your luggage consider renting Winter Clothing. North Star Adventures rents winter clothing - the world famous Canada Goose down parkas, insulated ski-pants, Sorel Glacier books, warm mitts, hat and neck warmer for $45.00/day. It is recommended you call and reserve your clothing. They will deliver it to your hotel room upon your arrival.

    Another place to rent winter clothing is Aurora Village They rent out Canada Goose ‘Resolute’ Parka, Winter Pants, Long Mitts, Facemask, and Sorel ‘Glacier’ Boots. Their prices are 1-days $45 ~ 2-days $65 ~ 3-days $85 ~ 4-days $100. They also deliver to your hotel.

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    by Darby2 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Luggage and bags: Don't forget your fishing rod!! Huge lake trout like this 51 pounder from Kasba Lake are found in most of the large lakes of the Yellowknife area.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Camping

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