Flagler Bay

Summary

Flagler Bay
Flagler Bay is located in Nunavut
Flagler Bay
Flagler Bay
LocationNares Strait
Coordinates79°10′07″N 76°59′49″W / 79.168606°N 76.996872°W / 79.168606; -76.996872 (Flagler Bay)Coordinates: 79°10′07″N 76°59′49″W / 79.168606°N 76.996872°W / 79.168606; -76.996872 (Flagler Bay)
Basin countriesCanada
SettlementsUninhabited

Flagler Bay is an Arctic waterway in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located in Nares Strait by eastern Ellesmere Island between Bache Peninsula and Knud Peninsula.

Geography

The Sverdrup Pass, a 68 mi (109 km) long travel route across the island, extends from Flagler Bay to Irene Bay.[1]

References

  1. ^ McCullough, Karen Margrethe (1989). The Ruin Islanders: Thule culture pioneers in the Eastern High Arctic. Archaeological Survey of Canada (Digitized Sep 24, 2008 ed.). Canadian Museum of Civilization. p. 17. ISBN 0-660-10793-7.