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It is an area of Northwest Territories that around 3,000 people live in.
Yellowknife, the provincial capital, is about 680 miles to the southeast of Inuvik, while Aklavik is 35 miles to the west.
Whether you're looking for a certain map or just a bit of general info, the knowledgeable staff at Western Arctic Regional Visitor Center can help you out.
Gain some new knowledge by spending some time at the Northern Images. Explore the collections at your own pace, see the highlights and be sure to ask about any special happenings.
Browse an excellent range of science history artifacts, displays and models as you explore Inuvik Community Greenhouse, a highly prasied science museum.
Learn more about the region's spiritual side at Igloo Church and Lighthouse Community Church.
No matter how many awesome attractions you've managed to squeeze into your itinerary, there's always room for more! Jàk Park and Dempster Highway shouldn't be overlooked.
Accommodation in Inuvik
Don't expect to find a massive range of hotels near Inuvik, so be sure to explore the current listings on Expedia's Inuvik hotels guide.
Located in the heart of Inuvik, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Western Arctic Regional Visitor Center, Inuvik Regional Hospital, and Inuvik Community Greenhouse.