Located at the end of the 2nd largest fjord on the Labrador coast, Hebron Fjord Lake is Labrador’s largest inland freshwater fjord. At the fjord’s water-limit rises the highest waterfall in the province. This magnificent waterfall is twice as high as the Eiffel Tower, at over 720 meters!
There are exceptional hiking trails in this area such as the North Ridge, the bottom of the glacial valley, along the Hebron Gorge, as well as packrafting along Hebron River which leads to Hebron’s freshwater lake. This hiking area is part of the North Ridge Trail and is no. 1 on our list of the best hiking trails in Labrador!
With its glacially carved terrain, towering mountain cliffs, diverse wildlife and beautiful waterfalls, it just doesn’t get much more incredible than the Hebron Fjord Lake area.