Party at Caribou Carnival, visit Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, fish at Great Slave Lake, buy a custom-cut diamond. Plan an event that captures the pioneer spirit of the north.
Walk along Ragged Ass Road, colorfully named after an old mine. You’ll see rustic Dene homes, heritage sites and plenty of antler adornments. In summer, stop for lunch at the Wildcat Cafe; order the wild caribou burger while you make new friends at the shared split-log tables in this cozy Old Town eatery.
In summer, book an eco-adventure on one of the greatest rivers in the world, the 1,080-mile Mackenzie. Go fly-fishing on Great Slave Lake or on a photo expedition to the tundra to capture wild Arctic mammals on camera. In winter, watch the arcs, streaks and spirals of shimmering Northern Lights—the greatest natural light show on earth.close description
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