In Northern Canada, Nunavut is immense and to the uneducated eye, empty. Look again and you'll find water, snow, tundra as deep as your knee and rocks of all descriptions—bedrock and glacial erratics—covered in living colors, literally, beyond imagining. And nearly all, though older than time, have never seen the foot of a human. How do you get there? Just fly to Iqaluit, get a $5 cab to the end of the Road to Nowhere and start walking!