North of the Arctic Circle, there’s an oasis called Bathurst Inlet. Here, in the brief northern summer, the land is covered with a tapestry of delicate flowers in rich hues of blues, magentas, pinks, yellows and white. Caribou and muskoxen graze the rolling tundra hills and green valleys along meandering streams. Rare arctic birds nest on the tundra and sheer rocky cliffs. The Inuit of Bathurst Inlet and the Warner family invite you to join us on an exceptional adventure, sharing our unique history and knowledge of the natural world, at Bathurst Inlet Lodge.

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