Lost in the immensity of Labrador stretching more than 100 km long and 568 m deep, Fraser Canyon is the longest and the most striking canyon in eastern Canada. Fraser Canyon is a geological wonder with several towering waterfalls.
At the bottom of the canyon flows the Fraser River where arctic char and salmon migrate. The river is an important nesting site for the Harlequin Duck and is a commonplace for Peregrine Falcon and other species of raptors.
A guided hike on the bare peaks that line the canyon immerses you in landscapes that are among the most breathtaking in the region.
Along the way, you will pass Fraser Waterfall, which plunges more than 240 meters into the canyon.