Snowmobiling, Lake Melville: The Mealy Mountains are a dramatic backdrop for winter activities around the shores of Lake Melville.
Welcome to Labrador! You are about to embark on a visual tour of one of the last untamed wilderness regions on the North American continent.
There is so much to see and do here... kayaking and canoeing... hunting and fishing... or just taking in the sights along your way. Whatever your interest, there is something in the Big Land for you.
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Choose from one of the following tours:
THE NORTH COAST: The remote and rugged North Labrador Coast is a land of incredible natural beauty. Here you will find the southern limits of the Inuit world... the far-flung outposts of the Reformation... the riches of the earth... polar bears and caribou... the Pearly Gates and the great fjords... and the mountains that tower out of the sea.
THE TRANS-LABRADOR: The Trans-Labrador Highway stretches from the shores of Lake Melville to the Height of Land, connecting the regionís major population centres. Along the route are mountains as bleak and beautiful as the moon... a historic town... a distinctive culture... an aviation crossroads... a Grand river... energy for a continent... and iron hills.
THE MAGICAL HISTORY TOUR: Journey back in time and discover the dead ends and new beginnings of 9,000 years of Labrador life. Here we find mysterious graves and a spirit world... Viking longships... whales and men... hardy trappers and foolhardy explorers... an aviation record... the dawn of an Iron Age... and one of Nickel.
A PHOTO-ESSAY: While the other areas of this web site are under construction, take a preview of some of the photos that will illustrate your tour of Labrador.
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THE SOUTH COAST: The South Labrador Coast is a region rich in history. Come and discover an ancient burial site... a towering inferno... a 16th-century industrial giant... an 18th century fishing village... an ironbound coast... American Revolutionaries... and the long, white beach the Vikings called the Wonder-Strands.
THE LURE OF THE LABRADOR WILD: Take a walk along the nature trail, and explore the landscapes of wild Labrador.
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