Canada/Labrador: Hiking in Torngat Mountains NP

One of the most inaccessible national parks in the world, Torngat Mountains is starkly beautiful landscape of fjords, glacial valleys, and steep slopes. There is no road access, no airstrips, and boat access takes days. It’s true wilderness, both polar and brown bear territory. We hiked from the mouth of one of the arms of the Saglek Fjord across the insanely lord of the rings-like terrain to a blue glacial lake further inland. Barren tundra has no trees, just the endless expanse of blooming Labrador tea and other wildflowers – one of the most beautiful hikes I’ve ever done! Less then a 1000 people visit Torngat Mountains National Park per year.