Torngat Mountains National Park’s brief 2018 season is just around the corner, but management has jammed an entire summer’s worth of exciting events and new program into the 29 days.
It all starts Aug. 4 at the park’s base camp, where veteran tourism operator Stan Cook Jr. has been recruited to serve as camp manager.
Cook, who was co-owner and president of a family kayak and adventure tourism business for over 25 years, bringing home many honours for his efforts and expertise, is looking forward to his time in the mountains.
“This is one of the most remarkable and breathtaking locations in the world and I am very honoured to take on this new role and continue to deliver on an exceptional guest experience,” he stated in a news release.
For 2018, guests will have a choice of three-, four- and seven-day packages designed to help them explore the 9,700 square kilometres of the park. Some packages will focus on excursions and others on hiking.