Written by Alain Lagacé
It is no coincidence that the Torngat Mountains are attracting more and more foreign travellers from all over the world. There are many beautiful countries on earth, but few places bring together as many natural wonders still intact as the Golden Peninsula – Quebec-Labrador.
The Torngat are among the tallest and most rugged mountains in northeastern North America. It is a region where everything is to be discovered - fjords, mountains, glaciers, icebergs, waterfalls ... Perhaps it’s for all this wealth that Labrador is named “the land that God gave to Cain”.
The area is the natural habitat for polar bears, caribou, snowy owls and diverse wildlife that can be seen during a day outing.
Whether you are a naturalist photographer, hiker or nature lover, there is plenty to do in a single day to discover the Torngat Mountains.
The first piece of advice I could give to travelers who wish to add one (1) day in the Torngat Mountains to their basic packages would be to book this exceptional day well in advance. The second suggestion would be to stay an extra week, so you will benefit from a long-term package, if you have time.
Plan what you want to do in one (1) day in the Torngat Mountains
Reserve: Labrador Fjords, Icebergs and Polar Bears.
Reserve: Hebron River Scenic Float Trip.
Reserve: Fat-Bike Tour at the Moraine Desert Valley.
Reserve: Fat-Bike Adventure on the Esker Northern Divide.
Reserve: Visit of the Secret Garden of the Monoliths.
Reserve: Night Hike - Northern Lights Hunting.
For more information or to book:
Alain Lagacé - firstname.lastname@example.org