DescriptionIvvavik National Park is in the extreme northwestern corner of the Yukon. Virtually untouched by humans, the Arctic wilderness is of great geologic interest; it is one of the few regions in Canada that contains areas never covered by glaciers.
Every spring it becomes the calving grounds of Porcupine caribous that arrive after a long, difficult migration from the south and west. From mid-June to early July the park offers 5-day, catered base camp trips led by Parks Canada staff and Inuvialuit cultural hosts. The only access to the park is by air. Phone (867) 777-8800.