Maps and brochures
A sharply pointed wedge at continental Canada’s northernmost tip, Torngat Mountains National Park covers 9,700 square kilometres (3,745 square miles) between Northern Québec and the Labrador Sea. The park is accessible only by boat and charter plane during summer. Experienced independent travellers are welcome, though most visitors stay for four days or more within the bear-fence-enclosed Torngat Mountains Base Camp at the park’s southern end, camping in comfortable tent-style accommodations and joining day or multi-day cultural and natural excursions, often with Inuit guides. All visitors must obtain permits, register and undergo an orientation before setting off on treks or boat trips. Inuit lived here for centuries and still fish and hunt across the wide tundra valleys where Arctic creatures roam. Remote, stark and dramatically beautiful, the park is a rare place to meet and spend time with Inuit.
Experiences to discover:
Torngat Mountains Visitor Info Package (pdf 4.9 mb)
Caution : Do not use the visitor map provided here for navigation purposes. The scale of the map does not provide the level of detail you will need.
For a reliable hiking map of Torngat Mountains National Park, we recommend 1:50,000 scale NTS topographic maps. There are twenty-seven map sheets that cover the park:
Also available are 1: 250,000 scale topographical maps. These maps are good for general route planning. There are five sheets that cover the park:
14L - Hebron
24I – George River
24P – Pointe Le Droit
14M – Cape White Handkerchief
25A – Grenfell Sound
Use the excellent Canada Map Office
on-line search tools for finding topographical map coverage. The map office does not sell maps but can provide a list of map distributors and further information about maps.
Centre for Topographic Information, Natural Resources Canada
615 Booth Street, Room 180
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA, K1A 0E9
Fax: (613) 947-7948
Nautical charts are also available from Canadian Hydrographic Services .