Inuit have creative ways to get about.
Finding easier modes of transportation than walking becomes crucial if you reside in a region that is primarily covered in snow. As a result, some of the early Inuit tribes are credited with developing qamutiks, or dogsleds, and qajaqs, or kayaks. Larger Inuit communities were frequently ferried across the lake on umiaqs. The same materials that were used to build their vessels were also utilised to build the dogsleds, which were made of wood and whale bones.