The Soper River winds through the tundra covered hills of
southern Baffin Island.
Its valley, sheltered
from harsh winds, supports a ‘forest’ of willows
and a lush profusion of arctic wildflowers.
and arctic hare make the valley their home, and you can find
arctic char in the river. The Inuit have used the Soper River
as a vital source of food and travel for thousands of years.
- 8 days
||Mon. July 22 - Sun. July 29
called ‘Kuujuak’ (Great
River), The Soper has been designated a Canadian Heritage River.
Our trip covers 60 km of current, class 1 and occasional class
2 whitewater. We will paddle the river SOAR inflatable canoes.
These stable craft allow even novices to canoe the river.
is a fabulous adventure for your first arctic canoe
trip but experienced paddlers will enjoy the route too.