Tuktoyaktuk

Tuktoyaktuk, Canada

Travel Blogs from Tuktoyaktuk

Tuktoyaktuk Travel Blogs (5)
Ice Road to Tuktoyaktuk .... and back!, Tuktoyaktuk, Canada travel blog

Ice Road to Tuktoyaktuk .... and back!

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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... was a sign here we had to take a pic of as well as play silly buggers, swimming in the Arctic! Pushed on to Tuk - Tuktoyaktuk - travelling about 500-1000 metres offshore, the road twisting this way and that to keep on the thickest ice. It was strange to ...

Polar bears and the Arctic Ocean, Tuktoyaktuk, Canada travel blog

Polar bears and the Arctic Ocean

A travel blog entry by reneshn

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Tuktoyaktuk is a small Inuvialuit hamlet nestled along the shores of the Arctic Ocean and at 71oN latitude; it is the northern most community of continental Canada. With a population of 900 strong, 500 or so being permanently drunk, the next three days of ...

The Land of Many Pingos, Tuktoyaktuk, Canada travel blog

The Land of Many Pingos

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw

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... sweet and helpful young girl who told us of the gas and oil convention that was in town and helped us book a flight to Tuktoyaktuk that afternoon. We told her of our enjoyable encounter with an elder we met at the Gwitch'in interpretive centre near Fort ...

Polar Insanity, Tuktoyaktuk, Canada travel blog

Polar Insanity

A travel blog entry by karinakr

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... pilots. Kyle Newhook, aka Meathook, conjured up a deal for myself, Laura and her parents to fly up to Tuk, short for Tuktoyaktuk, to see the root freezers and delve into the Arctic Ocean. Kyle, in his professional pilot role flew us safely over the ...