Quttinirpaaq National Park is a Canadian national park. Located on the northeastern corner of Ellesmere Island in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, the most northerly extent of Canada, it is the second most northerly park on Earth after Northeast Greenland National Park.
In Inuktitut, Quttinirpaaq means "top of the world". It was established as Ellesmere Island National Park Reserve in 1988, and the name was changed to Quttinirpaaq in 1999, when Nunavut was created, and became a national park in 2000.
The park includes Barbeau Peak, which at 2,616 m (8,583 ft) is the highest mountain in Nunavut. and Fort Conger, an early Arctic exploration research base, and now designated as Classified Federal Heritage Buildings. Parks Canada, which is responsible for the area, operates the Tanquary Fiord Airport, which, via Resolute, is one of the main access points for tourists who visit the area.