Sirmilik National Park is located in Nunavut province in Canada.
Sirmilik National Park covers an area of 22,200 km2 (8,571 sq mi).
Sirmilik National Park was established in 2001 to protect Arctic
Cordillera of the Bylot Island and surrounding lands. It is one of
the most northern of the Canadian protected reserves. Indigenous
Inuit tribes have settled these lands for thousands of years. Most
of the area around Sirmilik National Park is still owned by these
incredibly hardy and surviving people. First European explorers
surveyed these area in 1610's during numerous attempts to find the
Northwest passage. British explorers William Baffin and Robert Bylot
surveyed and described this seemingly bare grounds. Another
expedition 200 years later under leadership of the British explorer
John Ross explored the lands of future lands of Sirmilik National
Park in 1818.
Fees and permits Northern Park Backcountry
Excursion/Camping Permit valid at Sirmilik, Auyuittuq, Ivvavik,
Nahanni, Aulavik, Quttinirpaaq, Tuktut Nogait and Vuntut National
Parks (per person, 2018): Daily $24.50 Annual $147.20