500 miles north of the Arctic circle lies the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge. The most Northerly lodge on earth, Arctic Watch is a world-class wildlife observation site and an extraordinary wilderness resort. Once there you’ll marvel at beluga whales feeding their young and dueling muskox on the open tundra. Once-in-a-lifetime adventures are all but guaranteed. Try fat biking over sea ice, watch out for seals! Hop on an ATV and whiz across the tundra, paddle board atop frigid waters (and alongside belugas!), fish for Arctic char, or visit 1,000 year old historical sites filled with remnants of the past. The wildlife here isn’t limited to beluga whales and muskox; observe polar bears, Arctic fox, snow geese and sandpipers. Talk to us about creating your unforgettable Arctic experience.
Five days at the remote Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, located 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle and 50 miles from the nearest town
Tracking muskox, Arctic foxes and polar bears, along with plenty of beluga whales
Paddle boarding atop frigid Arctic waters, riding ATVs across the vast tundra, and kayaking along the Cunningham Inlet
Intepretive hikes, fishing for Arctic Char, exploring canyons and waterfalls on foot and by ATV
Educational presentation by internationally recognized polar explorer and Arctic Watch owner Richard Weber