Ukkusiksalik National Park of Canada

Activities

Experiences to discover

Ancient Sites to Explore

Ancient Sites to Explore Ancient Sites to Explore
© Parks Canada / P. Hughson


Discover this rich and abundant place where Inuit still renew their cultural connections hunting, fishing and berry picking. Over 3000 years, successive waves of Inuit and their predecessors have flourished in this landscape. Hundreds of archaeological sites speak to the long history of dense wildlife populations that supported these thriving cultures. Retrace their footsteps, imagine their gatherings, paddle where they kayaked.

Never Ending Day Light

Never Ending Day Light Never Ending Day Light © Parks Canada


You can read about it, see pictures of it, image it, but nothing will truly prepare you for the midnight light! Paddle. Hike. Camp. At three o’clock in the morning you’ll be smiling as the sun still shines in the arctic night. Don’t forget to set the time in the camera and take a picture! Otherwise, who will believe you?

Meet the People Who Call the Arctic Home

Meet the People Who Call the Arctic Home Meet the People Who Call the Arctic Home
© Parks Canada / R. Buchanan


Your adventure begins when you leave behind your daily life to discover the way people live in the north. Be sure to allow time in your itinerary to rub shoulders with local people and staff. You can expect a warm welcome! At Parks Canada’s visitor centres in the communities adjacent to the parks, you’ll learn about these fascinating northern cultures.

Witness the Aurora

Witness the Aurora Witness the Aurora
© Parks Canada / L.Naraway


Look up and see a dazzling panorama. Swirling bands of pale green, red and purple dancing across the darkening late summer sky will hold you spellbound. Watch from the bow of an expedition cruise ship or through the door of your tent. Whichever you prefer, find yourself a front row seat to nature’s dramatic sky spectacle.

Other activities in Ukkusiksalik National Park 

Northern Canada Visitor's Guide

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