Quttinirpaaq National Park - Canadian, national park

Quttinirpaaq National Park is a Canadian, national park, is Located on Ellesmere Island in Nunavut. The park includes Barbeau Peak, including the Hazen Plateau is a polar desert, consists of sedimentary mountains. Plants include dwarf willow, Arctic cotton, are in the abundant, thermal oasis ecosystem around Lake Hazen. Fort Conger was an early Arctic exploration research base. Parks Canada maintains warden stations, gravel air strips. Shacks built by the Arctic explorer Robert Peary of North Pole fame. Lake Hazen is of the largest one freshwater lakes in the circumpolar region. The snow is the windblown, shallow, small number of skiing groups. Quttinirpaaq is a polar desert, has epic landscapes with mountains, is of the remote one wilderness areas in Canada. Grise Fiord are the two Nunavut communities, offer unparalleled opportunities to experience traditional Inuit culture.

Canadian, national park, Polar desert, Remote one wilderness areas in Canada