Qausuittuq National Park
Qausuittuq, Inuktitut for “place where the sun doesn't rise”, is an area rich in natural and cultural heritage in Nunavut's High Arctic. Jointly managed by Inuit and Parks Canada, the park protects key habitat for Peary caribou.
Visiting Qausuittuq National Park
Things to do, hiking, skiing, wildlife viewing, and backcountry camping.
How to get to here, safety and guidelines, fees, and visitor information.
Important bulletins, safety information, visitor guidelines, and more.
Daily visitor fees, overnight camping, and annual backcountry passes.
Permits are required for operating a business, filming and commercial photography, research, and more.
About Qausuittuq National Park
Learn about Qausuittuq's climate, environment and wildlife.
This rich and awe-inspiring environment has sustained Inuit for thousands of years.
Cooperative management, plans and policies, park establishment history, and more.
Contact Qausuittuq National Park
1-867-975-4673 (Iqaluit office)
1-867-252-3000 (Resolute office)
1-888-773-8888 (toll free)
For emergencies within the park:
Hours of operation
Qausuittuq National Park is open year-round.
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