Biking North of the 66th Parallel
74 Degrees North. Every spring as the sea ice breaks on the Northwest Passage, a natural causeway of ice forms. While still attached to the shoreline, the ice acts as a road of sorts as it runs alongside the open ocean. Stable, comfortable and awesome to ride on - our guests rode by polar bears, seals, migratory birdlife, wolves, whales and more. Daily lunches were served in deep canyons along the coast. Evenings were spent at Arctic Watch, our lodge, as we rested and recharged for the next day’s bike ride.
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