This area is a naturalist’s delight with an abundance of hiking an natural delights to see and capture on film.
Bald eagles nest in the area and ducks and wild game are plentiful. Bears, caribou and recently the big, bold, beautiful Muskox has made a home at our Spectacular Nonacho Lake!
The Muskox species was at one time declining because of overhunting. The “QIVIUQ” – an Inuktitut word used to refer to the “wool of the muskox” is a highly desirable wool. Unlike the sheep, the wool of the Muskox is stronger, warmer than sheep’s wool, and softer than cashmere wool, but the highlight of the wool is that it does not shrink in water of any temperature.
A beautiful sand beach is ideal for the younger members of your family and later in the summer the water is beautiful for swimming.
Spectacular sunsets close out the long summer days while evenings are spent swapping fish tales around the open camp fires – and if you bring your guitar and sing, you are sure to be the hit of the evening!