Iceberg season on the Labrador Coast

Iceberg season on the Labrador Coast

  • hiking
  • Labrador
  • Photography
  • Quebec
  • Wildlife

Written by Alain Lagacé

If during your next trip to Nunavik you would like to see icebergs let us know!

In July "Iceberg Alley" is filled with hundreds of icebergs that drift slowly along the Labrador coast.

It is also the perfect time to see polar bears, seals, walruses, caribou and colonies of migratory birds.

You can combine iceberg observation with other activities and make up a tailor-made trip according to your tastes and that between friends with a private guide or by joining a small group of eight (8) people maximum.

In July on the Golden Peninsula you can do different self-guided or guided activities according to your choice: trek in the Torngat Mountains, pack-raft on a scenic river that leads to the Hebron Fjord, fat-bike in the Moraine Desert Valley, wildlife photo safari on the Labrador Coast, fishing in the George River, exploring the Secret Garden of the Monoliths, hiking the Esker Northern Divide, exploring the most beautiful waterfalls of the Southern Ecozone of the Arctic Cordillera, visiting the mysterious Dry Canyon, dip your feet in the emerald water of Merewether Crater, do some wilderness camping at the top of Saglek Fjord and much more.

If you need help planning your next 2021 adventure on the Gold Peninsula, let us know.

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