CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER & ARCTIC WATCH: “WHERE YOU CAN CHASE THE MIDNIGHT SUN”

CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER & ARCTIC WATCH: “WHERE YOU CAN CHASE THE MIDNIGHT SUN”

Arctic Watch

May 15, 2019 | Arctic Watch

CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER & ARCTIC WATCH: “WHERE YOU CAN CHASE THE MIDNIGHT SUN”

At 74 degrees north, our lodge Arctic Watch is the world's northernmost adventure lodge. Condé Nast recently featured Arctic Watch in their "midnight sun" story.

​Arctic Watch is located in Canada’s high Arctic. Positioned on the Northwest Passage at 74 degrees north, Arctic Watch is the world’s northernmost lodge. Well beyond the Arctic circle, that invisible line that denotes 24-hour sunlight, our summer months of July and August see 24-hour sunlight every day. See the Condé Nast story here.

We love adventuring under the midnight sun at Arctic Watch - here are a few favourite photos taken under the golden midnight sun from staff and guests!

Arctic Watch at midnight.
Arctic Watch at midnight.
10PM at night - exploring the Northwest Passage on ATV and foot. Photo credit: David Merron
10PM at night - exploring the Northwest Passage on ATV and foot. Photo credit: David Merron
Drone photo: Watching belugas frolick on the shoreline after dinner!
Drone photo: Watching belugas frolick on the shoreline after dinner!
Photographing Muskoxen late at night.
Photographing Muskox late at night.

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