To represent Nunavik, it is necessary to imagine a territory as large as Morocco, located just above the 55th parallel, in the extreme north of Quebec. The overwhelming majority of Quebecers don’t know anything about this land of ice, occupied for over three thousand years by the Inuit (formerly called Eskimos). It must be said that, for the price of a flight from Montreal to Umiujaq, our cousins in America can afford several round trips to the sun of Florida. For the visitor, european, Nunavik has the great advantage of offering landscapes of Northern canada, or even decor polar, a three-hour flight from Montreal.
In march and April, it is possible to walk on skis nordic walking a tiny portion of this immense snow. The Parc national Tursujuq proposes an expedition to ski for a week for a handful of visitors among the seals, wolves and caribou. The sun …
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