Arctic Watch has captured the attention of the media. Here’s just some of the positive press we’ve received:

- Top 5 Marathons in North America :

- "Magnetic North", Air Canada's enRoute Magazine, written by travel columnist Mark Hacking

- "Arctic Watch Lodge: Un 5 etoile sous l'etoile du Nord", CBC's C'est Ca La Vie

- BBC's Frozen Planet Documentary, featuring the beluga whales from Arctic Watch

- CNN rates Arctic Watch as the top beluga whale watching site on the globe.

- National Geographic Adventure nominates Arctic Watch in their "2013 Ultimate Adventure Bucket List" 

- The Mystic River Press Arctic Watch reaches out to Mystic Aquarium

- Outside Magazine Adventure Advisor recommends the Northwest Passage Marathon at Arctic Watch

- The Great Canadian Bucket List features Arctic Watch. The 378 page book features "The very best of Canada".

- The Travel Trade Gazette UK profiles Arctic Watch and its recent nomination to the Canadian Signature Experiences Collection. Download the full-page article here.

- Easier Travel highlights Arctic Watch and Beechey Island Excursion

- BBC Earth highlights Dr. Vergara's research on the beluga whales in Cunningham Inlet during year one of the Vancouver Aquarium & Arctic Watch partnership. 

- Mountain Life names Arctic Watch as one of Canada's top four "Self-Propelled Stay and Play Lodges"

- CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) highlights Arctic Watch Video "Drone Art: Arctic Wildlife" in recent interview with Nansen Weber

- Canadian Geographic nominates Arctic Watch video as "video of the week" 

- Digital Journal highlights Arctic Watch video: Drone Art in recent article.

- Subaru Life Six Star Magazine features Richard Weber and Arctic Watch in "Magnetic North"

- Telegraph UK highlights Arctic Watch video: Drone Art in a recent article " Photographer captures drone footage of beluga whales gathering in Canada's Northwest Passage"

- Daily Mail UK features Arctic Watch Drone Art video: "Having a Whale of a time!

- Sunday Times travel writer Oliver Thring shares his experience at Arctic Watch: "Pinot with your polar bear, sir?"

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Northwest Passage Marathon
Start Date: June 30, 2016
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See our photography galleries for examples of photos that our guests and staff have taken over the years.

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  • Fresh dinner rolls at Arctic Watch
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  • Lunch cheese board at Arctic Watch
  • Baked Arctic char, tomato, gruyere, fresh sprouts and fresh bread
  • Chocolate banane crémeux at Arctic Watch

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