Tuktoyaktuk, Western Arctic Travel Guide - Backcountry Canada Travel
Visiting Tuktoyaktuk (Tuk), the small hamlet on the Arctic Ocean is a unique experience. Don't leave Inuvik before going all the way to the hamlet of Tuk, at the top of the North American continent dipping your toe into the Beaufort Sea.
Northwest Territories Maps & Facts
Map of Northwest Territories showing major cities, terrain, national parks, rivers, and surrounding countries with international borders and outline maps. Key facts about Northwest Territories.
The Northwest Territories are bordered on the east by Nunavut, on the west by Yukon Territory, on the north by Beaufort Bay and the Arctic Ocean, and on the south by British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan
Tuktut Nogait National Park is a national park located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The park contains many herds of caribou. However, it is also the home to other wildlife species, such as Musk Ox, Grizzly Bears, Arctic char, and the Grey Wolf. Tuktut Nogait is also a major breeding and nesting ground for a wide variety of migratory birds. Raptors such as Peregrine Falcons, Rough-legged Hawks, Gyr Falcons and Golden Eagles nest along the steep walls of river canyons.
My Life in the Arctic
Arctic Foods or V&S Options-this is the cheaper grocery store It's been pretty cloudy and grey since I've been here. I'd like to get out to see the northern lights soon-I'll have to ask around about the best place to see them. I went out last Saturday to finish grocery shopping and take another look around. I was able to get some fresh fruits and veggies from the fruit truck. Apparently every few weeks a man (Tim?) comes up with fresh produce from B.C. and just sells it in his truck. It was…