Clyde River Accommodations
The Inuit name for Clyde River, Kangiqtugaapik, means 'nice little inlet', and it is, in fact, nestled in a beautiful bay! The economy of this community relied heavily on the sealskin and fur trade, and a decline in the market for these items has caused many residents to begin working in handicrafts in order to make a living.
Local hikes bring you to glaciers and icebergs. The Igalqtung National Wildlife Area is a protected bowhead whale sanctuary in Isabella Bay that is a very unique exploring destination.
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