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Nunavut is the perfect destination for outdoor adventurers that want to experience the true wild. Here, nature rules supreme. Anglers will have no trouble finding a rarely-fished lake to ply for trophy-sized pike and arctic grayling. Hunters can hire a local guide and pursue muskoxen and walrus. Birders can spot over 100 species of migratory birds. Hikers can explore the trails in Auyuittuq National Park, or visit archeological sites around Cambridge Bay.

A guided tour along the floe edge will provide you with incredible wildlife viewing opportunities, with species including walruses, seals, polar bears, narwhals and bowhead and beluga whales. Kayakers can explore rocky shorelines, fjords and icebergs, or tackle some whitewater during spring runoff. If you are visiting Nunavut at the right time of year, you can even check out an arts festival, or enjoy some of the most vibrant displays of the northern lights you will find anywhere.

Whether you are canoeing through a pristine arctic landscape or camping in the unmatched peace and quiet of the north, our Northern Canada GPS Maps are your ultimate guide to adventure in Nunavut.






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Canada’s Most Exciting Hunting Adventures

It’s no secret that Canada is full of amazing hunting opportunities. From the plentiful deer of the west coast to the legendary waterfowl of the prairies, the bears of the Ontario woods and the moose and caribou of Newfoundland, the hunt of a lifetime can be had no matter which part of the country you find yourself in. To celebrate …

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Northern Canada’s Most Exciting Hunts

Canada’s north is a sprawling, wild region where wild animals often outnumber humans outside of major communities. The area’s abundant animal population has been sustaining the Inuit people for thousands of years, with hunting playing an integral role in their day-to-day lives. Animals such as polar bear, caribou and muskoxen are emblematic of the Northern territories, and for visiting hunters …

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