Travel through Quttinirpaaq National Park, Canada in a canoe and see the spectacular scenery you’ve only heard about.
Quttinirpaaq National Park in Nunavut is so close to the North Pole you can practically see Santa’s house, but when the short summer is on it can provide some breathtaking scenery.
Sit back and bask in a canoe trip near Ellesmere Island when the fleeting high sun of the northern summer creates a landscape not often seen.
The Parks Canada You Tube page describes Quttinirpaaq National Park as Canada’s most northerly National Park.
The caves and tunnels formed in the ice are a magnificent testament to the way nature produces beauty.
Although there must be some level of hazard canoeing through this area, with an experienced guide your trip to this place would be a memorable and impressive one.