Wild Women Take The North, July 17-25, 2022

You come to love it; the blisters and the bruises, legs shaking under the weight of your pack. When bad weather strikes, and you are tired and soaked and wondering why you chose to put yourself through this. But you love it; because through it all and at the end of it all you are stronger, tougher and taller and just stretched the boundary of what you think you can and cannot do, that much wider.

The Muskwa Kechika is a vast wilderness area comprised of 6.4 million hectares filled with immense boreal forests, unnamed mountain peaks and fast-moving rivers, all of which extend for hundreds of kilometres in any direction. Join us as us Wild Women head deep into the heart of the wilds on a 7-backpacking trip.

The trip will begin at the MacDonald Valley Trailhead at kilometre 632 of the Alaska Highway in Stone Mountain Provincial Park and will take us through approximately 70 kilometres of wilderness to our final destination, Wokkpash Lake. Once we arrive at Wokkpash Lake, a couple of days will be enjoyed for fishing and exploring this remote wilderness lake. Ending the trip, we will be shuttled out via floatplane from Wokkpash Lake into Muncho Lake. This flight through this remote part of the Rockies is a trip in itself. Once we arrive at the lake, where we will venture off to Liard River Hot Springs to finish off the trip relaxing. With a one-night stay at the world-famous Muncho Lake Lodge.

This trip will test you, challenge you and more importantly change you. Becoming completely self-sufficient, relying on nothing but our own legs and what we can carry on our backs, we women will complete a trek that instills a new sense of outlook on what we are capable of. As such, a trip like this is taken very seriously by Northern Rockies Fitness and safety is of the utmost importance. Due to the nature of the trip, distance to cover and type of terrain, experience in hiking is an asset.

A lengthy distance (approximately 60-70 kilometres) will be covered on foot and will require participants to carry a heavy pack with all of the equipment, gear and food for a 7-day trip into the Rockies. Steep inclines will be encountered, as well as river crossings on foot. While there are challenges that will be presented to participants; safety is of the utmost importance to Northern Rockies Fitness.

Two experienced guides will be present during the trip to provide support and knowledge. An In-Reach Satellite communication device will be carried which provides two-way messaging and contact to helicopter support in the unlikely event an emergency situation occurs, and a local helicopter company will be aware of our whereabouts for the duration of the trip.

The mentality of the group on a trip like this is to enjoy ourselves and the hike, to embrace the challenges and more importantly work together as a group with no woman left behind or feeling as they are slowing down the group. Plenty of time has been allotted to hike to our final destination, Wokkpash Lake, before pickup by the floatplane.

For full details, including packing lists, detailed itinerary, payment, and refund policy see the Full Itinerary PDF below.

Wild Women Take The North 2022 – Itinerary

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Jul 17 - 25 2022


All Day




Wokkpash Lake, Stone Mountain Provincial Park
Northern Rockies B, BC V0C 2X0


Jocelyn McDonald
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