Nunavik Parks: Kuururjuaq National Park

Parc National Kuururjuaq is a rugged-terrained, mystical place that stretches from the sea to the dizzyingly high summits of the northern tip of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula. The Inuit called this area Torngait, meaning “place of spirits”. 1,646-meter-high Mount D’Iberville, the highest peak in Eastern Canada, and the Koroc River, whose turquoise waters originate in the majestic Torngat Mountains and flow 160 kilometers towards Ungava Bay through a wide valley shaped by the glaciers, make up the spectacular landscape of this splendid region.

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