Aulavik National Park of Canada

If you are looking for a location that is full of the wilderness of the arctic lowlands, the Aulavik National Park is the place to go. The park is located on the North End of Banks Island and it spreads over 12,000 square kilometers. The park is a mixture of different amazing sceneries, which fluctuate from polar deserts with a strange beauty to seacoasts, hills and river valleys abundant in vegetation. If you are willing to practice some sports such as canoeing or paddling, you can do that on Thomsen River, which lies at the core of the Aulavik National Park. As a matter of fact, this is the northernmost navigable water of the continent, so it will be your chance to sail on those famous waters. You will be able to see abundant wildlife such as muskoxen or Peary caribous.

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