Touted as one of the last great wildernesses on Earth, Labrador is known for mountains, rock faces, lakes, rivers, wildlife and clean air and water. The mainland portion of the Newfoundland and Labrador is about three-quarters of the province's total land area and stretches north to Cape Chidley on Ungava Bay.

In the northern part of Labrador the rugged Torngat Mountains include the highest peak in Newfoundland and Quebec. The effects of glaciation can be seen in the deep fjords with rock walls. The wilderness of Labrador holds the largest caribou herd in the world, and some of the best fly fishing, and attracts both fishermen and hunters. In winter, under the northern lights, many pursuits can be enjoyed including snowmobiling, dogsledding, skiing, and snowshoeing. The southern part of Labrador borders the Labrador Straits. The tallest lighthouse in Atlantic Canada is found in Lanse-Amour. The remains of shipwrecks can be spotted along the coast. Pinware River Provincial Park offers a river for salmon fishing and also some of the warmest temperatures along the Labrador coast.

Off the beaten track, Battle Harbour is a Historic Trust town, its residents having left for more populated areas. Today the most populated area is Happy Valley-Goose Bay, an important Canadian Forces airbase town. As well, Labrador City and Wabush in the resource-rich western region are known for their open-pit iron-ore minds. Churchill Falls has the world's largest underground hydroelectric generating station.

Battle Harbour Heritage Properties
25 Olivers Pond Rd.
Northside Motel
14 Low Road
Clode Sound Motel and Restaurant
8 Main Street
Midway Travel Inn
P.O. Box 179
Labrador Inn
Goose Bay
380 Hamilton River Road P.O. Box 58. Station C
The Adlavik Inn
P.O. Box 123
Riverlodge Hotel
Mary's Harbour
P.O Box 144
Alexis Hotel
Port Hope Simpson
2 Alexis Drive, P.O. Box 10
Basinview Bed and Breakfast
P.O. Box 43,
Whaling Station Cabins & Restaurant
Long Term
P.O.Box 98
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