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Follow The Climbs
An "Exploration Live" Adventure From - Nunavut's Barbeau Peak
The Summits of Canada Expedition team has been busily preparing for the last year and is now ready to venture off to the final peak of the group's 11 year quest and adventure learning project! That's right, this year will see the team head north, waaaaay up north, to the top of Canada for a visit to Barbeau Peak and the highpoint of Nunavut.
Taking place during the middle to end of June, 2017, this expedition to Canada's remote arctic archipelago will be the farthest trip to date. What's also unique and very special about this adventure learning expedition, is that it will take place during Canada's 150th Birthday. Talk about an event worth celebrating!
Click the links to the right to find and follow the team, discover and access some great arctic lesson plans, check out photos & videos after the climb, and to take part in a fun and unique CanaTrek Prayer Flag 150 Contest in celebration of Canada's 150th!
and to view details from their current
expedition to Barbeau Peak in Nunavut.
STATUS -Expedition Completed Check back later this summer for photos,
videos and more stories from the team's
adventures in Canada's Arctic Archipelago. Happy 150th Canada!
For more details on the highest peak in Nunavut, Click here
TEAM CANATREK ON
Click the links below to view a variety of multi-media pages
from each climb, and/or related information for each area/region.
(Note: some items are missing media links and
pages which may or may not be added in the future.)
Details of Climbs
(starting from 2006 to most recent)
indicates a link to View More about each expedition.
#1 - Climb Attempt June, 2006
Alberta: Mount Columbia
#2 - Summited
Top of Alberta: Mount Columbia