Dec 16, 2015
Exploring Ivvavik National Park
Ivvavik National Park's Sheep Creek International AirportSource: Christina Reynolds Credits: ELLE Canada
A Twin Otter bush plane at the rustic landing strip at Ivvavik National Park's Sheep Creek International Airport. The park is located 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle near the Yukon's northern tip. READ MORE: ELLE World: Sewing, culture and traditions in Nunavut
The Mackenzie River DeltaSource: Christina Reynolds Credits: ELLE Canada
To reach Ivvavik National Park, you need to take a 70-minute bush plane flight out of Inuvik in the Northwest Territories. The flight crosses the Mackenzie River Delta where countless blue channels fan out and snake their way to the Beaufort Sea. READ MORE: ELLE World Roundup
Ivvavik National Park's Firth RiverSource: Christina Reynolds Credits: ELLE Canada
The Firth River canyon cuts through 150 kilometres of alpine tundra in Ivvavik National Park. READ MORE: Quiz: What’s your adventure style?