Paddle Baffin

A nice paddle piece on paddling Baffin Bay way up there near the
Arctic Circle. Specifically, the wrier heads to southern
Baffin’s Meta Incognita Peninsula,
what he calls “an ecological oasis in an otherwise barren desert of glaciers, boulders, and midnight sun”.

Ah yes, paddling in the midnight sun. Sounds absolutely killer. The group paddles some easy Class Is and IIs, and then
finds itself among a dozen pit-type excavations littered with whale ribs. The ancient whaling village likely belonged
to the Thule, forerunners of today’s Inuit, who were known to have settlements up there around 1200 to 1800 AD.

Anyone interested in a similar paddle might check out this site.