The Torngat Mountains National Park attracts adventurers from around the world, along with researchers and many local Inuit. Don’t be surprised to find everyone out in the evenings rubbing elbows around the fire.
Did we mention the breathtaking views?
Don’t get too close to the wildlife. All visitors are assigned bear monitors whenever they leave the basecamp, to keep both the visitors and the bears safe.
Share a few jokes with some local Inuit youth.
Taste some of the wild blueberries that grow almost everywhere.
See some of the huge Arctic char in one of the many brooks and rivers. Sorry, no fishing in the park, but if you’re lucky it might be on the menu back at base camp.
See where inuksuit wave to passing icebergs.
Check out Canada’s tallest mountains east of the Rockies. Torngat Mountains.
Get up close with some wildlife.
Share a memory with new friends you will never forget.
A local stone carver picks up a souvenir.
You can watch the northern lights right from your tent at night.
Torngat Mountains National Park was recently featured on an international news website.