Pingo Canadian Landmark National Historic Site
Pursuant to section 12 (1) of the National Historic Parks General Regulations, the following activities are designated as restricted in the Pingo Canadian Landmark National Historic Site. A permit is required prior to engaging in any of these activities and all permit holders must adhere to the terms and conditions identified on their permit:
- All personnel and equipment operating on behalf of any Canadian or foreign armed forces for the purposes of training, or entry and travel by any means.
- Storage of petroleum based fuel in any location for future use.
Non-Inuvialuit Business Activities
- Activities conducted by non-Inuvialuit businesses (e.g., cruise ship visitation).
Filming or photography for commercial purposes
- Filming and photography activities conducted where the photographer
1) Is working to fulfill a commercial contract (including stock agencies);
2) Is salaried for the purpose;
3) Requires special permission or assistance from Parks Canada to access areas or resources (including Parks Canada staff).
All natural science, social science and archaeological research and collection
- Research and Collection Permit Applications shall be submitted online through the following website: http://www.pc.gc.ca/apps/RPS/page1_e.asp.
For information on obtaining a permit for any of the above activities please contact the Parks Canada office in Inuvik (867-777-8800). Please note that some permit applications are subject to external impact assessment processes and it may take up to four months to issue a permit
Pursuant to section 12(1) of the National Historic Parks General Regulations, the following activities are designated as prohibited in the Pingo Canadian Landmark National Historic Site.
- Recreational use of all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes or any other type of off road vehicle (with exception of snowmobiles) anywhere within the Pingo Canadian Landmark at any time of year.
- Recreational use of snowmobiles anywhere withinthe Pingo Canadian Landmark from April 15 to October 31 each year.
- Recreational use of snowmobiles at any time of year on the actual pingos (from the base upwards to the summit).
- Hiking on the actual pingo (from the base upwards to the summit) from April 15 to October 31.
For further information please contact the Parks Canada office in Inuvik (867-777-8800)