The Barren Lands of northern Canada is a vast tundra region stretching from Nunavut to the Northwest Territories. It is covered with grasses, mosses, and lichens, which are interspersed with granite outcrops, and dotted with innumerable lakes and streams – including the Coppermine, Hood, Thomsen, and Thelon Rivers. It is home to caribou, wolves, foxes, and grizzly bears.

Paddle a pristine, northern river from its headwaters to the Arctic Ocean, beneath the midnight sun.