Luck sometimes leads to fascinating discoveries! Discovered by chance in July 2019, the Secret Garden of the Monoliths is one of the great hidden treasures of Labrador.
In the heart of the arctic tundra, stand monolithic stone sculptures of the strangest shapes and sizes.
Gnawed by freeze-thaw cycles and wind since the dawn of time, motley shapes emerge from the granite arena (weathering of a crystalline rock) to transform it into true works of art.
The Secret Garden of the Monoliths is one of the sights of the arctic tundra in the Torngat Mountains. The penguin-like boulder, the Trolls shoes and the gourd are some fine examples of transformation. There is also a giant mushroom, a huge muffin, the face of a bear, the menhir and many other shapes, each as unusual as the next.
The garden covers more than 25 square km. He transforms the austere beauty of the arctic tundra into an extravagant garden, which not even the most discerning sculptor could imagine.
The Secret Garden of Monoliths is a dream location for landscape photographers!
Whether you want to take a picture of them at sunrise or sunset, or under the Northern Lights, the photos you bring back of these monoliths will be unique in the world.