360° VR Panoramas of theMackenzie Highway and Great Slave Lake
The Deh Cho Bridge over the Mackenzie River
The Northwest Territories


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Great Slave Lake outlet

Great Slave Lake outlet

The Mackenzie River begins here, the west end of Great Slave Lake. The Deh Cho Bridge is just downstream.

Mackenzie River, near Fort Providence, The Northwest Territories

Date photographed: September 3, 2016

Deh Cho Bridge over the Mackenzie River

Deh Cho Bridge over the Mackenzie River

The Mackenzie is one of the largest rivers in North America, and was perhaps the last to be bridged. The Deh Cho Bridge opened in November of 2012. Before then the river was crossed by ferry in summer, ice briodge in winter, and was impassable during freeze-up and break-up.

Mackenzie River, near Fort Providence, The Northwest Territories

Date photographed: September 3, 2016

Chan Lake

Chan Lake

Chan Lake is one of many lakes along the highway between the Deh Cho Bridge and Yellowknife.

Mackenzie Highway south of Yelowknife, The Northwest Territories

Date photographed: September 3, 2016

North Arm of the Great Slave Lake

North Arm of the Great Slave Lake

Great Slave Lake's North Arm is cut off from the main lake and receives less inflow of fresh water.

North Arm Territorial Park on the Great Slave Lake, The Northwest Territories

Date photographed: September 3, 2016

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