Oct 12 2017

Street View at the Top of the World

published by Jonathan Crowe
in blog The Map Room
original entryStreet View at the Top of the World

canada ellesmere island google nunavut quttinirpaaq street view web mapping

At 82° north latitude, Quttinirpaaq National Park is on the northernmost tip of Canada’s northernmost island, Ellesmere Island. It takes days to fly there and requires you to hire a charter plane. Fewer than 50 people visit every year. And along with the remote northern communities of Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay, it’s just been added … Continue reading "Street View at the Top of the World"

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