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  • Northern lights over Whitehorse, Yukon

If you seek tranquillity and adventure, then set your sights on Canada’s Territories. The Great North is a pristine land full of dramatic mountains, rushing waters, and Indigenous cultures, set under the dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis in winter and the magical stretch of the midnight sun in summer.

Starting in the west, Yukon sends you to dizzying heights at Kluane National Park, home to Mount Logan, Canada’s tallest peak. Combined with the rugged terrain of Tombstone National Park, you’ll feel like you’re stepping foot in a new world. Whitehorse, Yukon’s capital, is the northern hub of culture, with lively art, music, and culinary scene.

Travel on the ice roads of the Northwest Territories, the longest stretch of frozen roadway in the world that adds 1400 kilometres to the territory’s highways in the winter.
Here, you’ll take dramatic turns in the whitewater rapids of Nahanni National Park Reserve, a thrilling destination for paddlers and nature lovers alike. The towering Virginia Falls is twice the size of its Niagara sibling, where you may run into wildlife like wolves, sheep, or bears.

Planes, boats, and snowmobiles will have you travelling like a local in Nunavut, giving you a new perspective on dazzling Arctic glaciers and stretches of otherworldly tundra.
Whale, seal, and narwhal sightings are high in Quttinirpaaq National Park, the most northerly park in the country. Nunavut is most notably home to a number of talented artisans with clear Inuit influences, using art as a vehicle for storytelling and passing down traditions.

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