Opened in March 1999, ExploreNorth is now the world's largest access point to
the circumpolar North. Administered by Yukon resident Murray Lundberg and his team, it has
evolved from a "Yukon & Alaska History" Web site that he built for The Mining Company in February
1997. From 1999 until 2001 it was the "Arctic/Northern Culture" site in About.com's huge network.
For the next 12 years, the focus of ExploreNorth was the circumpolar North in the broadest sense - from the arts to
fishing and hunting, science to tourism. In the Fall of 2013, the site was scaled back dramatically, and now only covers Alaska, the Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories and northern BRitish Columbia.
Hundreds of original features provide information that is available nowhere else, and the extensive use of photographs by several photographers ensure that you get an in-depth look at the real North.
We encourage feedback if you find an error in a feature.
The interactive features at ExploreNorth, including a Blog, are available for any discussions about the North.
The ExploreNorth Blog
About Murray Lundberg