Soak up the spirit of the Torngat Mountains and the Koroc River

Parc National Kuururjuaq is a rugged-terrain, a mystical place that stretches from the sea to the dizzyingly high summits of the northern tip of the Quebec- Labrador peninsula. Inuit called this area Torngait, meaning “place of spirits.” The spectacular landscape of this splendid region includes Mount D’Iberville, which at 1,646 meters is the highest peak in Eastern Canada, and the Koroc River, whose turquoise waters originate from in the majestic Torngat Mountains and flow 160 kilometers towards Ungava Bay through a wide valley shaped by the glaciers.

  • Flora observation

  • Hiking

  • Interpretation with guide

  • Interpretation center

  • Snowshoeing

  • Wildlife observation

Activity locations

Kangiqsualujjuaq - Nunavik

Season of activity

Summer / Winter


Contact information

  • Photo credit: Annie Claude Roberge