Here's a rundown of 10 selfie spots in the Northwest Territories Parks. Share yours with #SpectacularNWT.
The 60th Parallel Territorial Park on the Hay River welcomes Northwest Territories highway travellers from Alberta. There's a visitor centre here, too.
Selfie Stop: The Welcome to the Northwest Territories sign at the 60th Parallel.
Hay River Territorial Park has a campground close to the shoreline and a sandy beach. It is located on the south shore of one of North America's largest lakes, Great Slave Lake.
Selfie Stop: A sandy beach in the NWT. Who knew?
The attraction at Cameron Falls River Crossing Territorial Day Use Area is access to a stunning waterfall with calm pools for a refreshing dip on a hot day.
Selfie Stop: From the bridge, overlooking the falls.
This picturesque structure is the Western Arctic Regional Visitor Centre in Inuvik. The design evokes a traditional Inuvialuit log house, once common in this area. Inside, collect your certificate for crossing the Arctic Circle.
Selfie Stop: Get a shot of the Great Northern Arts Festival sculpture outside of the centre, which features symbols representing the cultural diversity of the NWT.