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The world’s most remote places

Get away from it all with these destinations that are really in the middle of nowhere.
Khun Ng
Khun Ng • 2 years ago

Quttinirpaaq National Park, Canada

  • Khun Ng
    Khun Ng • 2 years ago

    Canada’s second-largest national park is probably also its least visited. Straddling the 80th parallel on Ellesmere Island, it reaches to North America’s northernmost point (Cape Columbia), and, for visitors, deep into their pockets – a charter flight in from the town of Resolute will set you back an immodest 32,000 Canadian dollars. The park has no facilities, roads or even trees. What it does have are polar bears and beautiful mountains.

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