Ivvavik National Park of Canada
Raft through slot canyons and mountain valleys on an expedition that takes you from the park’s interior all the way to the Arctic Ocean. Fly into a remote base camp for a multiday Arctic adventure, complete with fishing, hiking and catered meals in the land of the midnight sun. In Ivvavik National Park, untamed expanses of tundra and wildlife from grizzlies to caribou await travellers, high above the Arctic Circle.
A Fly-in Arctic Adventure at Sheep Creek Base Camp
Deep in the heart of the park, Sheep Creek base camp offers a headquarters for weeklong Arctic adventures. After flying in, visitors have access to hiking on unmarked routes to scenic overlooks, fishing for char in nearby rivers and more.
Rafting the 130-kilometre Firth River to the Arctic Ocean
Canada’s oldest flowing river, the Firth slices a turquoise path through the mountainous, unglaciated terrain of Ivvavik National Park to the Arctic Ocean. For rafters, it’s a 130-kilometre-long adventure with plenty of rapids, canyons and wildlife.