One of the most unique and exciting skiing expeditions anywhere in the world, the route chosen for this skiing expedition will include some of the most dramatic and breathtaking scenery anywhere on the planet. The “big wall” region near the small Inuit community of Clyde River on Baffin Island’s East coast has recently become Agguttinni Territorial Park. This region of the Canadian Eastern Arctic draws expeditioners, climbers, BASE jumpers and filmmakers from all over the world.

Known by some as the “Yosemite of the North”, this big wall region has also drawn comparisons to the Trango Towers in Pakistan. Sheer granite rock walls, some over three thousand feet high, guard the entrances to magical deep fiords, including Sam Ford Fiord, Walker Arm and Stewart Valley. The route will take the team close enough to even touch these Arctic giants. Under constant daylight, every day will bring new terrain, adventures and challenges. This truly is one of the wildest, most remote and spectacular regions of Baffin Island.

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Dates, Rates & Availability

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Dates Trip Fee Availability
Thurs. May 1 - Mon. May 12, 2025 $8,995 CAD until Oct 31* Book Now

What's included



  • 4:1 ratio


  • 10 nights of camping
  • 2 night in Clyde River (double occupancy)


  • dinners and breakfasts in Clyde River
  • all meals and snacks from Day 2 lunch to Day 11 lunch

Expedition Equipment

  • “kitchen”: group tent or tarp, cooking stoves, utensils, dishes, etc.
  • tents: winter expedition tents – 2 per tent
  • pulks (sleds), harnesses, backcountry touring skis, kicker skins, boots, ski poles (or you may bring your own)

Safety Equipment

  • first aid, safety, rescue, and repair kits
  • communications equipment (satellite phone)


  • snowmobile transfer from Clyde River to the start of the expedition on Day 2
  • airport transfers in Clyde River
  • transportation of guides, group gear, food, etc. to and from the expedition