Autumn in the Ogilvie Mountains, Yukon, Canada

The Ogilvie Mountains are a mountain range in the Yukon Territory that lie north of Dawson City and are crossed by the Dempster Highway. The best known mountains are part of the Tombstone Territorial Park .

The highest mountain within the range is Mount Frank Rae at 2,362 m (7,749 ft). The most familiar mountains with their jagged granite peaks are Tombstone Mountain and Mount Monolith.

The area was first surveyed by William Ogilvie and the range subsequently named after him.

Autumn in the Ogilvie Mountains, Yukon, Canada

Theo Allofs is a photographer who have photographed a lot of endangered species and their threatened habitats. Since 1995 he have won numerous of international awards and submitted his work to many magazine publications.

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