Nunavik is a vast pristine territory of over 500,000 km2 located above the 55th parallel. Its name means "great land" in the Inuit language. The Torngat Mountains, home of Quebec's highest peak, create a prime habitat for caribou as well as a great challenge for hikers and climbers. Nunavik is also a dream region for hunters and fishers in search of new experiences and a change of scenery, thanks to many outfitters on the land.

The pleasure of discovering Nunavik's national parks 

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Home to three of Quebec's most remarkable national parks, Nunavik is an awe-inspiring place to go on an outdoor adventure. Parc national des Pingualuit is known for an impressive lake nestled inside a meteorite crater, an ideal trekking destination, while Parc national Kuururjuaq boasts Quebec's highest peak, Mount d'Iberville in the Torngat Mountain range. And at Parc national Tursujuq, the largest park in Quebec, choose from all-inclusive trips that promise a world of discoveries!

Discovering culture at the Daniel-Weetaluktuk Museum

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Go on a journey to the roots of Inuit culture, past and present, as you explore the magnificent collection of ancient and contemporary artifacts and artwork presented in their cultural context. The Daniel Weetaluktuk Museum and Cultural Transmission Centre also features art and customs that reflect the rich tradition of the Inuit for the benefit of the Inukjuak community and of visitors.

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