Everything is new: –25 °C, a log cabin without electricity and running water, but with an outhouse 30 metres away in the woods. After one day of practice, we became accustomed and forgot our previous concerns. Then we were already in Haines by the eagles. It was good that Beat gave us photography tips ahead of time.  It goes like this: With about 20 other photographers (on 5 km²) we shoot from all tubes. The next day, however, we realize that this was not even necessary. There are still so many opportunities, and because you get to know the behaviors of the eagles quickly, we can shoot more with more focus. The hotel in Haines is perfect and quite new, and that’s why we are ready at 6:00 in the morning to go to the sunrise photography. We learn about time lapse and time exposure and the full use of physical strength. „Get out of your comfort zone,“ Beat explains. In practical terms this means: belly on the ice, belly in the snow, and roll away quickly if the dog sled comes too close, climb up to the sheep who don’t want to be photographed this year. But, we have a great view over the valley.

We know now, that we never want to live in isolation. But to experience Eva and Beat in harmony with this magnificent world is simply a must.

November 2017 – following photos by Barbara und Jörg Benkelberg

Your photo trip to the bald eagle was great. I greatly appreciated your expert care and calm personality. The bald eagles, the colors at sunrise in the Yukon, the northern lights and much more were fantastic. I would like to thank you for the photography tour and your hospitality. The trip fully met my expectations. I can only recommend this trip. Thank you very much!

November 2017 – following photos by Urs Meier

I had an unforgettable time with Glanzmann Tours in the Yukon and in Alaska. These two weeks changed my life! Even today, 3 weeks back home, all of these deep impressions pop regularly in my mind and bring a smile to my face: Bald Eagles soaring almost weightless in the sky or battling over salmon carcasses on the river flats; my first sighting of a Grizzly in Klukshu Village; the stunning and wild landscape or, last but not least, the northern lights on a freezing winter night. Sometimes at night, drifting off to sleep, I’m convinced to hear the whistle of the Eagles or the howl of the Huskies. Thanks a lot to Beat and Eva for the warm-hearted hospitality, the professional support with photographic skills and for showing me the beauty of the wild nature in this part of the world. I hope you keep on living your dreams and your passion!!

November 2017 – following photos by Daniel Sabathy