Murray Lundberg is a cruise consultant, writer and photographer. With his wife and
several animals, Murray lives on forested acreage at the edge of Whitehorse, the capital of Canada's Yukon Territory. Monty and Kayla are the Alaskan huskies who live with him, and are his companions for most expeditions into the backcountry (they have their own Web pages at
Experience: Murray has been active in nature and heritage conservation efforts since the late 1970s. In 1985 he visited the Yukon and Alaska, flying his
own small plane, and fell in love with the country - five years later, he moved to Whitehorse. He has now travelled extensively
and conducted educational tours throughout the Yukon, Alaska and the western Northwest Territories, and has been a regular speaker on cruise ships in both
Alaska and the Caribbean since 2005. He is also the author of a local mining history,
Fractured Veins & Broken Dreams, another about the Alaska Highway, and has edited several
Northern titles. Heavily involved in community affairs, he was an Auxiliary member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police from 1994-1997, and has served on several
community boards including Block Parents, the Whitehorse Heritage Advisory Board and the Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race. He also served as an elected member of
the South Klondike Local Advisory Council while living full-time in Carcross for several years.
Education: A self-described "late bloomer," Murray returned to school at the age of 41, and graduated with honours from Yukon College, in the
field of Northern Justice and Criminology.
From Murray Lundberg: "I came to the conclusion a few years ago that I was born a Northerner, it just took me 40 years to get home! The more of this amazing
land I see, the further I want to explore, and the Internet now allows me to share that passion. I'm always available for questions - just