[The Torngat Mountain Range rises to more than 1,800 m (almost 6,000 ft), is among the wildest and most magnificent coastlines in North America.]
The northeastern coast of Labrador truly feels like the edge of the world. On one side the vast North-Atlantic Ocean stretches toward the horizon. On the other the Arctic Cordillera where the Torngat Mountain Range rises to more than 1,800 m (almost 6,000 ft), is among the wildest and most magnificent coastlines in North America.
In the Torngat mountain national park, the forces of erosion and geology have wrought a spectacle of extravagant rock formations. In between these wild extremes lies deep silvery-blue fjords, towering waterfalls, glacial lakes of all shapes and sizes, perfect for exploring on foot.
From inspiring alpine hikes to cool dips in glacier-fed lakes, you’ll discover the delights of the Torngats, a paradise for mountain lovers and photographers.
TREK and EXPEDITION: http://www.rapidlake.com/en/forfaits-par-themes/trek-expedition/
Photo credit: Rock Flamand, Quebec
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