22-Jul-2001 -- This is the boundary junction of Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Saskatchewan.
The easiest approach involves a 264 mile drive on gravel roads, then a 145 mile trip by float plane, then a 1 mile boat trip, then a half mile hike through muskeg and mosquitos.
Definitely worth the effort.
Coordinator's Note: This wasn't really an unsuccessful Confluence visit - it was actually a successful Boundary Point visit!
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The NAD27 coordinates of the monument, when converted to WGS84, show the monument to
be located to the North and West of 60°N 102°W. The monument defines the location of
the provincial/territorial boundaries, therefore this confluence is located in Manitoba.