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Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Terry Parker
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Horton River

The Horton River

  • One of the most remote rivers in North America
  • See the mysterious Smoking Hills, a rare and curious phenomena
  • Tremendous hiking in the high arctic tundra
  • Abundant wildlife and wildflowers

By Northwest Territories standards, a canoeing trip on the Horton River is as remote a river trip as one is likely to enjoy in North America. Even the Inuit of Paulatuk, the nearest community, rarely travel this far.

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Horton River Adventure Trips

Horton River Canoeing: Flatwater Canoeing, Caribou, Muskox and Smoking Hills

Mainland Canada's most northerly river, the Horton is a gentle waterway that flows through the tundra as it winds northward to the Arctic coast.


Trip Type: Canoe

Difficulty: Beginner

Price: $10550.00 CAD USD
5% GST + $150 land use fee CAD

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