Qausuittuq National Park

Tour Qausuittuq National Park

Canada
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Isaac Demeester
Pangnirtung Fijord, Nunavut
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Canada

In the heart of Arctic Canada lies Qausuittuq National Park. This park is one of the least visited and least known parks in Canada, yet it offers an incredible array of landscapes and experiences for those who are willing to venture off the beaten path. With towering mountains, pristine glaciers, and crystal clear lakes, Qausuittuq provides visitors with an unparalleled opportunity to explore one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth. So if you're looking for an adventure that will take your breath away, be sure to add Qausuittuq National Park to your list!

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Geeky Facts about Qausuittuq National Park

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Qausuittuq’s rolling tundra is home to the endangered Peary Caribou.

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Qausuittuq means “a place where the sun doesn’t rise” in Inuktitut.

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Archaeological studies have found evidence of human use on Bathurst Island dating back 4,500 years.

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