- Snowmobile 260 km (155 miles) of Arctic wilderness, along traditional Inuit routes
- Travel along Frobisher Bay and the Soper River trail
- Discover Nunavut’s capital city, Iqaluit, and enjoy the cultural and historical attractions
Extend your snowmobile season with this exciting Arctic adventure
Experience the Arctic wilderness by snowmobile on this 260 km (155 mile) journey from Iqaluit to Kimmirut. Travel along traditional Inuit routes across the ice of Frobisher Bay and Soper River, a Canadian Heritage River. Feel the exhilaration as you drive over the sea ice!Download Trip Planner Talk to a Travel Advisor
CAD $3,899 (+tax)
*per person, based on double occupancy
Iqaluit to Kimmirut, NU
4 days / 3 nights
April 5 - 8, 2019
April 12 - 15, 2019
Travel to Iqaluit from Ottawa and check into your hotel.
Do a gear check and prepare for the journey.
After an early breakfast and safety briefing, gear up for your 130 km (80 mile) drive towards Kimmirut. Snowmobile along the sea ice of Frobisher Bay, possibly passing polynya, open water that never freezes. Leave the sea ice and follow tundra trails, following the Soper River. Pass through the only forest on Baffin Island - the Giant Willow Tree Forest, before reaching Kimmirut.
Spend the night in Kimmirut.
Start your drive back to Iqaluit in the morning. Follow the Soper River to Kattanalik Park, over the ice of Frobisher Bay to Iqaluit.
Spend the night in Iqaluit.
- Accommodation: 2 nights in Iqaluit hotel, 1 night in Kimmirut hotel
- Round-trip flight from Ottawa, On to Iqaluit, NU
- Return transfers in Iqaluit
- Meals: 2 lunches
- Designated town guide and local Inuit guides
- Accommodation or meals in Ottawa
- Breakfasts and dinners, and 2 lunches
- Tips, gratuities, personal expenses
- Travel, medical and evacuation insurance
- Additional costs associated with weather and/or layovers in Iqaluit or Ottawa