Clyde River (Kannigiqtugaapik) is a hamlet situated on the shore of Patricia Bay, at the entrance to Clyde Inlet on the eastern coast of Baffin Island. It is home to just over 800 people, the majority of them Inuit. Clyde Inlet stretches 100km (62 miles) from the outer coast of Baffin Island and inland almost to the Barnes Icecap. The community is located at the mouth of a river and as such is an excellent fishing ground for Arctic char during the summer months. The Inuit name translates to Nice Little Inlet. The name is apt, as the flood plain on which the community is located is surrounded by snow capped mountains. Rock and ice climbers from all over the world visit Kannigiqtugaapik to test themselves.
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