While the main part of town is down at sea-level, the rest of the town builds up behind it on some quite steep hills and many unsealed/uneven roads. This can be slightly treacherous in winter so best to have shoes with substantial grip and don't take a wheeled suitcase if you're staying out
While the city is a great place to see the lights, it also has plenty more to offer so you can really pack your trip full of fun excursions. You can see filming locations of Game Of Thrones, go to the geothermal spa, or check out the Phallological Museum.
If you enjoy outdoor winter activities, Nunavik has plenty to offer. There isn't much in the way of guided tours, so you have to be willing to do some independent adventures. There is plenty of fishing and hiking, lots of chances to get out on the water, and plenty of wildlife to see. You can
There is only 12,000 people living in Nunavik, an area of 443,684.71 km2 . Communities are isolated and spread out, and the only way to get to Nunavik is by air (there are no roads connecting Nunavik to southern Quebec).