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Kæstur hákarl, fermented Greenland shark. Photo by Tina Lee
Five shocking, belly-filling polar treats you need to taste... someday.
May 2016
Shred the sweet Swedish powder. Henrik Trygg/imagebank.sweden.se
Though the polar nations have much in common, each have their unique outdoors attractions. Here are some of our favourites.
May 2016
 Sweet sweet aqpiqs. Photo by Per Arne Slotte (https://www.flickr.com/photos/paslotte/5503226907/) CC by-sa 2.0
Silent mutiny, one berry at a time
May 2016
Svartifoss Falls, Iceland. Photo courtesy Javier Losa
I'm probably just a really, really terrible person
May 2016
Photo by Richard Martin (2008 Alaska Cruise 133) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Skagway and Whitehorse swap bikini waxes for brown curry
May 2016
Photo by DAVID ALEXANDER ELDER
BRØNNØY, NORWAY
May 2016
Virginia Falls, in Nahanni National Park. Photo courtesy George Fischer/NWTT
How the NWT's biggest waterfall compares to Niagara
April 2016
The water levels were likely higher when dinosaurs swam in this sea, as is evidenced by the rock hanging precariously above our travellers. Photos by Eric Binion and Bob Saunders
A 1,700-kilometre trek across ice, sea and tundra in the heart of Nunavut
April 2016
Photo courtesy Mike Peake/Canoe North Adventures
On a multi-day canoe adventure, you want to keep your loads light. But make sure you have what matters.
April 2016
Photo courtesy Gerold Sigl/NWT
It's not all raging rapids and remote rivers up here
April 2016