Get out into the breathtaking splendor that is
Western Newfoundland.

The island of Newfoundland and its northern regions in Labrador are breathtaking, with vast expanses of scenic lakes and waterways, combined with stunning mountain peaks, some that are snow-capped well into June. Combine all this wild nature with some of the most impressive animals on the continent and you’re in for the heart-stopping (not literally) experience of a lifetime. We would love to host you in the hunter’s dreamland.

Connecting and direct flights from all major points of origin, both continental and international, will bring you to our rugged shores and lush forests. For those of you in Canada and the United States, who enjoy the cross-country trek by vehicle, the province’s ferry service is an experience in itself. Fine Newfoundland dining and seascapes abound throughout your 6- to 7-hour journey on the Marine Atlantic. You will arrive in Port Aux Basque and from there, travel east on the Trans-Canada Highway, Route 1. This drive to our rendezvous point in Corner Brook is also a treat for the eyes, passing by mountain landscapes, rugged coastlines and likely even a few weather patterns!

If you are inclined to build your hunt into a more extensive vacation on the island, we would be happy to recommend places to stay and things you may want to see and do here. Newfoundland is rich in culture and history. Everywhere you roam here, you will be greeted with an air of friendliness rarely experienced elsewhere. The main connector route from west to east is the Trans-Canada Highway. Side roads and alternate routes are well-maintained and can take you to charming coves and seaside towns that seem to never end. Auto rentals are available across the province, but book up quick, so be sure to reserve early. There are, of course, numerous tours, both marine and otherwise, that you can avail of throughout the province.

Just give us a heads up if you do intend to stay for an extended time before or after your hunt. We’d love to help you plan.

To be noted: Newfoundland weather is unlike any you have experienced before, and can change every 15 minutes! Remember, there is no inappropriate weather, only inappropriate clothing and gear!