High Arctic Islands
Canada’s archipelago in the high Arctic is a diverse and little-explored corner of the globe. Situated in the northern extremity of North America, and covering about 1,424,500 km2, this group of 36,563 islands comprises much of the territory of northern Canada.
As the region is home to iconic northern animals such as caribou, arctic wolves, foxes, muskoxen, and grizzly and polar bears, you will want your cameras handy. You can hike on Axel Heiberg, Devon, Ellesmere, and Bylot Islands, and sea kayak in the fiords of Ellesmere Island and Pond Inlet.
|Floe Edge||Floe Edge Adventure Basecamp||May 15 to May 23||$8,350.00 CAD||Pond Inlet, NU|
|Hike||Quttinirpaaq - Ad Astra Hike||Jun 28 to Jul 12||$18,395.00 CAD||Resolute, NU|
|Hike||Axel Heiberg Hike||Jun 29 to Jul 13||$15,495.00 CAD||Resolute, NU|
|Hike||Quttinirpaaq Basecamp Hike and Photography||Jul 11 to Jul 25||$18,395.00 CAD**dates subject to change||Resolute, NU|
|Kayak||Ellesmere - Alexandra Fiord||Jul 22 to Aug 05||$14,895.00 CAD||Resolute, NU|
|Hike||Sirmilik Glaciers & Hoodoos||Aug 04 to Aug 17||$6,595.00 CAD||Pond Inlet, NU|