10 Photos from Nunavik's Parc national Kuururjuaq

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Our first day out: skiing along the frozen Koroc River, in Nunavik's Parc national Kuururjuaq.

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A cozy overnight in Qamanialuk Camp — hot tenting at its best.

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Our home for night-one: a warm Inuit Tent, remote in the wilderness of Nunavik. (It wasn't so warm after the fire burned out.)

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Stopping for a rest, just above the spruce trees — and just before the wind hit!

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Ned Annanack and Jari Leduc, two of our guides from Kangiqsualujjuaq.

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Parc national Kuururjuaq expands for 4,461-sq-km in Nunavik's northeast.

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A sunset ski across the expanding-and-contracting ice of the Koroc River.

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Local elder Susie Morgan jigs for Arctic char (which we would eat for lunch).

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We stumbled across some dogsledders on a multi-day trip from Kuujjuaq.

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Walking into a 60 km/h wind on "Caribou's Big Hill," deep in Kuururjuaq.

Contact Nunavik Parks for more information on guided trips into Parc national Kuururjuaq:  info@nunavikparks.ca.

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