Getting Here

Park Office

Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve’s office is located in Tulita, NT. Nááts’įhch’oh is part of the traditional lands of the people of the Sahtu. The only road access is a winter ice road from Wrigley. But, if you’re paddling the Deho (Mackenzie River), be sure to drop in and say hello!

Get Here by Plane

Fly commercially into Yellowknife, NT then onto Norman Wells, Tulita, or Fort Simpson. Alternatively, fly into Whitehorse, YK. Once in these neighbouring communities, charter an aircraft into the park.

Elder preparing fish
© Parks Canada/Jeff Stewart
Elder preparing fish at a culture camp in Tulita

Airlines with scheduled flights to Yellowknife and Whitehorse:

  • Air Canada
  • Air North
  • Canadian North
  • Condor
  • First Air
  • Northwestern Air
  • WestJet

Airlines with scheduled flights to Tulita:

  • North Wright Airways

Airlines with scheduled flights to Norman Wells:

  • North Wright Airways
  • Canadian North

Airlines with scheduled flights to Fort Simpson:

  • First Air
  • Air Tindi

Get Here by Road

Drive to Fort Simpson, NT or Watson Lake, YK.

Whether you take the Mackenzie Highway and Liard Highway to Fort Simpson, or the Alaska Highway to Watson Lake, you’re in for an epic road trip. From there, connect with your charter flights into the park.

We encourage visitors to start and/or end their journey in Norman Wells or Tulita so they can experience Sahtu Dene and Métis culture, and contribute to the local economy.