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The notable city of Yellowknife is just 100 miles southeast of Lac la Martre.
If you're eager to explore more of the area, you'll find Whati 1 mile to the south and Behchoko 45 miles to the southeast.
Health-conscious visitors who would like to have some fun outside ought to try tobogganing and snowmobiling.
If you'd like to keep active without zapping all of your energy, why not try some shore fishing? Picnicking is another pleasant way to spend the afternoon outside.
You'll learn far more from the locals than you ever could from a glossy-paged guidebook. Consider organizing some guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Rafting and canoeing are a couple of the exciting watersport activities that'll keep you on the go.
You don't have to shy away from the cold this winter season! Northwest Territories features a range of perfectly suitable locations for snowboarding and skiing.
If you are after things to do inside, think about visiting some of the history museums of Northwest Territories. Spend the day learning a little about the region's rich culture and perhaps even find a special gift or two.
Take a leisurely stroll and fill your lungs with fresh air at the region's open-air exhibits.
Amateur historians will find plenty of things that catch their interest. Don't forget to get a few photos when you make the trip out to the region's old towns.
Experience the region's spiritual dimension by spending a contemplative afternoon at its numerous churches.
Learn about the various flavors of Northwest Territories by trying its popular food and drinks.
Be sure to ask where to find the more popular regional ingredients, like game meat and wild greens.
Your journey wouldn't be complete if you didn't taste pancakes with maple syrup and tourtiere (meat pie).
Scrumptious treats, such as butter tarts, are definitely worth a try.
Molson Dry is a popular beer. Head on down to the nearest watering hole, pull up a stool and see what you think.
To wrap up a great night, have a taste of Crown Royal Whisky, a beloved spirit.
Wine specialist or not, you simply must request a glass of Niagara Pinot Noir. It's the perfect partner to a flavorsome meal. That being said, locals also recommend British Columbia Cabernet Sauvignon. Why not try both?
For those who plan on departing by plane, know that the most convenient airport is roughly 100 miles to the southeast.