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Welcome! Tunngasugit! ᑐᙵᓱᒋᑦ!
For thousands of years the ancestors of Inuit traveled in this place. Inuit travelers to this day let the weather, the seasons, and the rhythms of the land set their travel schedules. If you come north with an inflexible schedule, you run the risk of remembering your trip only for its frustrations. But come prepared to accept the Arctic on its own terms, and it will open its heart to you.
When planning your trip to Auyuittuq, leave time in your itinerary in case of weather or flight delays.
Located on south-eastern Baffin Island, Auyuittuq is among the most popular national parks in Nunavut. Your visit to Auyuittuq starts with a short flight from Iqaluit to either Pangnirtung or Qikiqtarjuaq. From either location, outfitters will take visitors by boat up nearby fiords to the trailheads within the park.
Whether you visit Auyuittuq for a day or embark on a multi-week adventure, you will require permits, orientation and de-briefing in the communities. Remember! Self-guided travellers must be experienced and self-sufficient.
PO Box 353
Pangnirtung NU X0A 0R0
PO Box 122
Qikiqtarjuaq NU X0A 0B0
To Iqaluit, Nunavut
Iqaluit is the hub for air traffic in Nunavut. First Air Ltd. and Canadian North fly direct to Iqaluit from Montreal, Ottawa, and Yellowknife. For current, detailed information on travelling to Nunavut, visit Nunavut Tourism.
To Pangnirtung or Qikiqtarjuaq from Iqaluit
First Air Ltd. and Canadian North offer scheduled flights and charters to both communities from Iqaluit. Air Nunavut and Unaalik Aviation offer charters only.
To Auyuittuq National Park
Auyuittuq National Park is located on Baffin Island, Nunavut. Access to Auyuittuq is either from Pangnirtung, located 28 km south of the park boundary along Pangnirtung Fiord, or from Qikiqtarjuaq, located on Broughton Island, 34 km northeast of the park boundary along North Pangnirtung Fiord. Local operators will take you to the park from these communities by either boat or snowmachine, depending on the season. Contact the park office in Pangnirtung (ph.867-473-2500) for a list of operators who provide transportation and/or guiding services.
Free admission for youth.
Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list.