Pingualuit crater. Parc National des Pingualuit.Robert Fréchette, KRG
From july until september 2013.
In summer, Parc national des Pingualuit reveals its best-kept secrets. Come and discover this immense and spectacular environment. The meteorite crater and its unique pure, blue waters, northern lights that fill the sky, the 250-km Puvirnituq River canyon, archaeological sites, exceptional wildlife and plants will delight you. This arctic summer adventure is full of emotions and discovery.
From the end of March until the end of April 2014.
Calling all outdoor winter enthusiasts. Parc national des Pingualuit offers you an extraordinary back-country skiing expedition on the arctic tundra. Come and discover a unique environment with our Inuit guides (fluent in English, French and Inuktitut) keen on sharing their knowledge of this territory and its traditions.
Kilometre after kilometre, camp after camp across the vast arctic terrain, this expedition will lead you to the central element of this park, an exceptional meteorite crater and the truly pure waters of Lake Pingualuk. Be prepared for unparalleled opportunities: intimate encounters with wildlife, spectacular landscapes, breath-taking northern lights, and the arctic silence. This expedition to the heart of Northern Québec will provide you with unforgettable memories.
Any time between mid-January to mid-May.
Are you passionate about winter and the great outdoors? Parc national des Pingualuit offers an extraordinary excursion across the arctic tundra and the ice of Hudson Strait, a region that has been witness to several historic arctic explorations. This package also includes dogsledding, as well as obervation of local fisherman going under the sea ice for mussel picking. Explore an exceptional and unique environment in the company of Inuit guides keen on sharing with you their knowledge of the region and its traditions.
On this trip, you will discover an expansive land leading to the centrepiece of Parc national des Pingualuit, the exceptional meteorite crater and its lake (Pingualuk). At Qajartalik Island, you will discover close to 170 petroglyphs, whose origin is still not clearly understood. And to cap it all off, how about a meal that starts with mussels picked from under the sea ice!
Three departures: March 31; April 14; April 28 2013
Are you ready to discover Québec’s far north? Parc national des Pingualuit is a thrilling northern travel opportunity. Explore an exceptional and unique environment in the company of Inuit guides keen on sharing with you their knowledge of the region.
During this short trip, you will discover the centrepiece of the park, the meteorite crater and its lake (Pingualuk), the canyon of the Rivière de Puvirnituq and captivating arctic landscapes. You may also have a chance to admire splendid northern lights and observe different wildlife species.
Depending on flight availability, park visits can be organized to meet your personal objectives. Duration, itinerary, accommodations, transportation, activities and more. Whether travelling with a group, family members, a partner or alone, we’re able to deliver park experiences adapted to your needs.