Exploring the Eskers

There are 13 major eskers in the region surrounding Egenolf Lake, which represents a globally rare concentration of geologic features. The Robertson Esker is the longest at more than 180 miles (approximately 300 km), one of the longest in the world.

An incredible wilderness adventure and bucket list destination!


Top of an esker with trees curving with the ground

Providing unique habitats

For both plants and animals, the eskers have been used as migration routes by barren-ground caribou and other wildlife for thousands of years. Archeological artifacts, commonly found on the eskers, indicate that ancient indigenous peoples used the eskers as travel and hunting routes since the glaciers left the region approximately 8,000 years ago.

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