Nunavik Parks: Kuururjuaq National Park

Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec

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Parc National Kuururjuaq is a rugged-terrained, mystical place that stretches from the sea to the dizzyingly high summits of the northern tip of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula. The Inuit called this area Torngait, meaning “place of spirits”. 1,646-meter-high Mount D’Iberville, the highest peak in Eastern Canada, and the Koroc River, whose turquoise waters originate in the majestic Torngat Mountains and flow 160 kilometers towards Ungava Bay through a wide valley shaped by the glaciers, make up the spectacular landscape of this splendid region.

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Nunavik Parks: Kuururjuaq National Park

C.P. 30
Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec, J0M 1N0
819-337-5454 info@nunavikparks.ca Visit Website

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Learn more about Nunavik Parks: Kuururjuaq National Park by visiting them online:

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Nunavik Parks: Kuururjuaq National Park

C.P. 30
Kangiqsualujjuaq, Quebec, J0M 1N0
819-337-5454 info@nunavikparks.ca Visit Website

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Stewards of the land and wildlife

From the spirit bears on the west coast to the caribou of the Far North, no one knows Canadian nature and wildlife quite like Indigenous Peoples do.

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