This Spectacular Canadian Wildlife Reserve Is So Remote, You Can Only Get There Five Weeks a Year
Are you looking for a trip of a lifetime that won’t only be a true adventure but may change you completely? Then you have to go remote and far north when the time is right to experience Torngat Mountains National Park.
“Canada’s Inuit people call the polar bear nanuk. In Torngat Mountains National Park, an Inuit-run nature reserve in the northernmost part of Labrador, I lost count of how many nanuks I saw, often just yards away, in the space of four days. As I skimmed the bottle-green depths of the park’s spectacular fjords in a Zodiac, they appeared everywhere: prowling the coastline, paddling through the shallows, surveying their dominion from the barren mountainsides.”