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Arctic & Antarctic

Weber Arctic expeditions offers custom and scheduled departures. From the world's northern most heli-skiing experience to sea kayaking in the Arctic, we offer unique adventures to unique locations. Our team has lead expeditions in the polar regions since 1985 - we know polar. Looking for a custom exprience? Contact us by email or telephone at +1-819-923-0932.

Arctic Heli-Skiing

The World's Most Northern Heli-skiing

Unexplored mountains in the Arctic Cordillera range on Baffin Island hold the most dramatic mountains in the Arctic icefields. Tumbling glaciers, deep fiords and the world's tallest shear granite walls are located here. Weber Arctic is offering a chance to explore these mountains in a way that has never been done before - Heli-skiing on Baffin Island. 

This experience begins in the community of Clyde River, Nunavut, where guests depart from daily for heli-skiing. Private chef and sommelier await your arrival every evening for gourmet dining & meals. Read the itinerary.

2017, 2018 Dates: See what's available. 
$21,000 CAD per person, from Ottawa (GST applicable)

What's included: 
- Flights from Ottawa to Clyde River round trip. 
- Private hotel rooms for the duration of your stay in Clyde River.
- Meals & guiding while in Clyde River from our private chef
- Maximum 8 guests per week (two groups of four guests)

What's not included: 
- The wine list: curated wines from the Okanagan are available upon request
- Extra hotel nights in Iqaluit & Clyde River due to weather delays
- Travel insurance (mandatory)

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Ski to the Arctic Ocean

Stunning granite fjords nearly two thousand feet deep. Ski from mountain tops to sea level on the frozen Arctic ocean. 

Unnamed Peaks & First Descents

Exploration is at the forefront. Sixty kilometers from the community of Clyde River lies a playground of couloirs and glaciers ready to be skied. 

Polar Bears & Arctic Wildlife

The months of April and May mean spring has sprung in the Arctic. Polar bears are emerging from their dens, and begin to roam through the fjords of Baffin. Local guides lead the way as we search for these iconic creatures. 

Inuit Culture & History

Experience Clyde River's vibrant Inuit culture - drum dancing, throat singing and dog sledding. Clyde River, Kanngiqtugaapik in Inuktitut, is a rarely visited fly-in only community. 

Arctic Biking

Fat Bike Traverse of the Northwest Passage

A mountain bike crossing of the Northwest Passage, spend 4 days navigating the shifting sea ice, camping on the Arctic ocean and experiencing one of the most barren landscapes on earth. This journey begins on the remote Arctic island of Cornwallis (Nunavut) and crosses the Arctic ocean sea ice for Somerset Island. The final two days of the journey are spent at Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge exploring Somerset Island, before returning south on private charter.

Dates: June 14th - 20th 2017
$8900 CAD per person, from Yellowknife (GST applicable)

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First crossing of the Northwest Passage by Bike

A world's first, taking fat bikes where they have never gone before. A labyrinth of shifting sea ice and the first crossing of the Northwest Passage by bicycle. 

Camping on the Arctic ocean

Camping in one of the most extreme places on the planet is warm and dry when done right, with members of the guiding team having spent 650 days sleeping on sea ice.

Polar Bears & Arctic Wildlife

The Northwest Passage route which we take is home to polar bears, ringed seals and bearded seals. 

 

Fat biking on sea ice

Fat biking reinvents arctic travel. The coarse surface of the sea ice combined with the oversized tires on fat bikes makes for fast, comfortable and efficient travel. 

Arctic Ski-Touring

Sled Assisted Alpine Ski Touring in the Canadian Arctic

Custom Arctic ski touring expeditions are offered: contact us today

Ski to the Arctic Ocean

Stunning granite fjords nearly two thousand feet deep. Climb Arctic glaciers and ski from mountain tops to sea level on the frozen Arctic ocean.

Unnamed Peaks & First Descents

Exploration is at the forefront. Sixty kilometers from the community of Clyde River lies a playground of couloirs and glaciers ready to be skied.

Polar Bears & Arctic Wildlife

The months of April and May mean spring has sprung in the Arctic. Polar bears are emerging from their dens, and begin to roam through the fjords of Baffin. Local guides lead the way as we search for these iconic creatures.

Inuit Culture & History

Experience Clyde River's vibrant Inuit culture - drum dancing, throat singing and dog sledding. Clyde River, Kanngiqtugaapik in Inuktitut, is a rarely visited fly-in only community.

North & South Pole

Ski & Snowshoe to the North & South Pole

Weber Arctic Expeditions have completed more combined expeditions to both poles than any team in history. Due the the difficulty and techincal challenges required for such an expediton, Weber Arctic outfits and guides these expeditions on a custom basis only. All inquiries can be made through our contact page or by telephone at +1-819-923-0932.

Arctic Filming & Logistics

35 years experience

Filming in the Arctic requires a knowledge of the area. Support from local outfitters. Logistical know-how on moving equipment to the far reaches of the Arctic. Motion picture shoots, wildlife documentaries and more - Weber Arctic Expeditions has helped the BBC, National Geographic and charties such as the True Patriot Love Foundation acheieve their polar goals. 

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Filming Support

BBC Frozen Planet and National Geographic utilized the skills of the team to acheive their goals. We've worked with film crews across the Canadian Arctic. 

Large Expeditions

Weber Arctic has organized, guided and lead expeditions across the Arctic ranging in size - as many as 51 people in one trip! 

Arctic Logistics
Remote fly-in camps, diving expeditions on the Northwest Passage, skiing, hiking and film support - we've worked in a variety of projects across the Canadian Arctic. 
 

Muskox & Wolves

Bathurst Island Wildlife Expedition

This winter expedition travels to Bathurst Island National Park. The goal is to photograph muskoxen calving in the snow, peary caribou, wolves and if ice conditions permit, polar bears. Arctic foxes and hares also inhabit the region. We have permission to use a small cabin on Bathurst Island a short snowmobile drive from Resolute Bay. Travelling over the Arctic ocean by snowmobile, we stage the expedition on Bathurst Island . Expect temperatures between – 15 and -30C.

Dates: April 22nd - 30 2018
$10400 CAD per person, from Ottawa (GST applicable)
Limited to 4 guests. 

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Exploring the wilderness of Bathurst Island

The journey departs from Resolute Bay, Nunavut by snowmobile to Bathurst Island. Travelling by snowmobile and campin on the sea ice, we explore Bathurst Island. 

Camping on the Arctic ocean

Camping in one of the most extreme places on the planet is warm and dry when done right, with members of the guiding team having spent 650 days sleeping on sea ice.

Travel by snowmobile

Travelling across the Arctic ocean by snowmobile with opportunities for polar bear viewing and scenic ice landscapes. 

 

Muskox, wolves, Arctic foxes and polar bears

The journey focuses on wildlife photography: muskoxen, peary caribou, wolves and polar bears. 

Emperor Penguins

Emperor Penguin Colony in Antarctica

An expedition to one of the few emperor penguin colonies on earth. This adventure begins in Cape Town, South Africa. Guests will be flown across to the Antarctic peninsula for a 9 day journey, with 7 days camping at the emperor penguin colony. We access the area from the Belgian Scientific Polar Research Station, a two hour drive to the colony and camp site. 

This expedition is open to eight guests and will be the first tourism based group to ever access this colony (previously only open to scientific research). The 9,000 strong colony is located at Atka Bay in the Weddell Sea. 

Open to 8 guests
$45,000 USD from Cape Town, South Africa
December 1st - 9th 2017

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Emperor Penguin Chicks

This expedition visits the Atka bay colony at the best time of year - when the chicks are being raised by their parents within the colony. 

Emperor Penguins returning from the ocean

Witness parents returning from the ocean with their bellies full of fish to nourish their chicks. This precious moment with iconic icebergs and floe edge creates a unique photographic opportunity. 

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