- Name Akshayuk Pass
- Distance de sentier 100 km, 62 milles
- Durée en jours 6 jours
- Début de sentier Border of Ayuittuq National Park
- Fin de sentier Broughton Island
- Classement Traildino DW, Marche difficile, bushwalk
- Classement Traversée de montagne T3, randonnée en montagne exigeante
Southern border of Ayuittuq National Park – Broughton Island, 100 km, 6 days
Formerly called Pangnirtung Pass
This is a real wilderness walk through a deserted and wild landscape of mountains and glaciers. The area is Baffin Island, Ayuittuq National Park, Northwest Territories. The path runs from coast to coast, following a beautiful valley and crossing Akshayuk Pass. Between June and August the pass will be snow free.
In order to accomplish this journey you must cross some glacial rivers, and this is not without danger. On the coast you run the small risk of a polar bear encounter. It is better to camp some kilometers inland to avoid this.
The park charges a daily admission fee. You will have to camp on your journey. Along the trail are emergency shelters, but they are not meant for regular stay.
If you think all this is worth the trouble, you will have an amazing trip in a remote part of our earth.