Olgilvie River Bridge

Arctic grayling, northern pike and dolly varden are common in the Ogilvie River.

William Ogilvie was a prominent Canadian land surveyor who began working in the Yukon in the summer of 1887. His first task was to determine the location of the boundary between Canada and Alaska at the Yukon River.

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Latitude: 65.361981
Longitude: -138.302504
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