My Trip to Auyuittuq National Park By Dylan MAHlandt

On my trip to get to Auyuittuq National Park, it was beautiful to see but the wind was rough and the weather was cold and harsh. The best time to go was in March and we had to use the dog sled to get us to Auyuittuq National Park.

At Auyuittuq National Park, I could hike, camp, ski in many different ways, and dog sled. It was very cold, but fun. The sights were outstanding and it made me feel like I was in the past.

The wildlife that I got to see was whales, colonies of seabirds, and caribou. These animals would of had to adpat to the cold wind and icy conditions. If they didn't than they would most likely end up dying.

If you decide you would like to visit Auyuittuq National Park, make sure you are prepared for extreme conditions.

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Created with images by subarcticmike - "Hanging Glaciers" • skeeze - "dog sled snow wilderness" • BLMOregon - "Duncan Reservoir Campground" • BLM Alaska - "NPR-A print-147"

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