Canada North: Journey to the High Arctic
by Harry Swain and John Stager
Rutgers University Press, 1992
eISBN: 978-0-8135-6643-6 | Cloth: 978-0-8135-1890-9
Library of Congress Classification F1060.4.S73 1992
Dewey Decimal Classification 917.195043

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK

Discover the Far North hand-in-hand with two leading authorities on the Arctic.

This travel guide offers a unique eight-day tour of the Canadian Arctic, starting at Iqaluit near the head of Frobisher Bay (2,000 kilometers north of Ottawa), flying across the line of the Arctic Circle to Resolute, and onward to Ward Hunt Island, the northernmost airstrip in North America. Whether you make the journey in person or as an armchair traveler, this eye-opening book will tell you just what makes this region so extraordinary. Stager and Swain comment on everything that's likely to catch your attention from the air, on the ground, or in the frigid waters--from the lay of the land to the cost of the food, from frost polygons to sea smoke, from narwhals to snow geese, from kayaks to icebreakers, from soapstone sculptures to satellite dishes.   

Canada North: Journey to the High Arctic makes the best of traveling companions: compact, informed, and lively. You'll want to read and reread it as you plan the journey of a lifetime.


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