Torngat Mountains National Park
A saw-tooth skyline of jagged peaks and glacier-carved fjords plunges towards iceberg-dotted indigo waters as polar bears and caribou roam amid some of Earth’s oldest rocks. The subarctic Torngat Mountains are an Inuit homeland, a treasury of the powerful stories, spirits and traditions of centuries of travellers. Inuit welcome visitors to join them in following ancient footsteps through a dramatic landscape - where nature and culture connect.
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Telephone: 709-922-1290 EN 709-458-2417 FR
Hours of operationOpen for the 2023 visitor season mid July to late August
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