Pangnirtung is a hamlet on Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada. It serves as one of the starting points for trekkers departing for the Akshayuk Pass in Auyuittuq National Park- the other being Qikiqtarjuaq.
There are two trails suitable for day hikes.
The only public eating establishment in town is a fast food court at Northern Store supermarket.
Pangnirtung is a dry town. No alcohol is sold in town and guests at the Auyuittuq Lodge are prohibited from bringing alcohol to the hotel.
The only lodging in town is Auyuittuq Lodge , 867-473-8955. It has 11 double rooms with shared bathrooms. Single travelers may find themselves sharing a room with a stranger in time of high demand.
The lodge serves breakfast (6.30-9.30am), lunch (12-1pm), and dinner (6-7pm on weekdays, 5-6pm on weekends) to guests. It is not open to the public.
There is an official camp site (without any facilities) near the mouth of the Duval River.