In the Northwest Territories you can do everything from whitewater rafting through national parks such as the Nahanni National Park Reserve to seeing the Northern Lights and dog sledding around small Canadian towns. Try ice fishing for the first time, relax on a boat in the middle of a lake, or visit a museum to learn more about the region’s history.
Go for a hike on Ingraham Trail. If you’re interested in camping by waterfalls, make sure to go to Lady Evelyn Falls. If you’re looking to go to museums, the region has several, including the Northern Life Museum and the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. The Northern Life Museum includes a replica of a trapper’s cabin and more than 17,000 artifacts. At the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre you can learn more about the history of the Northwest Territories by viewing documents and artifacts. For more history, check out Fort Chambly, which is a National Historic Site.
The main city in the Northwest Territories Province is Yellowknife, which has a population of about 20,000 people. Pick up a map at City Hall to go on a walking tour of Yellowknife. You can also view heritage art at City Hall and at the library. Yellowknife is also known for its’ ice fishing and dog sledding.
Inuvik is a town of about 15,000 people. Visit Inuvik to go skiing at the popular Inuvik Ski Club, see the Northern Lights, snowmobile, and even go dog sledding. Take a tour of the Igloo Church and learn about the town’s history at the Western Arctic Regional Visitor Centre. Another small town in the Northwest Territories is Hay River. In Hay River you can go canoeing, camping, and fishing at the lake.
Great Slave Lake is the tenth largest lake in the entire world and the deepest lake in North America. At Great Slave Lake you can go fishing for Northern pike, go paddle boarding, and if you visit in the spring you can see thousands of migrating birds. You should also head over to Great Bear Lake, especially if you’re visiting in July or August. At the lake you can fish for Arctic Grayling, see wildlife such as Caribou, and go hunting.
In the Northwest Territories you can visit Aulavik National Park and Nahanni National Park Reserve. Aulavik National Park is part of Banks Island in the Northwest Territories. You can see over 150 species of plants in the park. In Nahanni National Park Reserve you can go hiking, whitewater rafting, and camping. Make sure to check out the Virginia Falls in the park as well.
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