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The Torngat Mountains are the backbone of Newfoundland and Labrador’s northernmost tip. There are no roads, but in summer, scheduled charters leave Happy Valley-Goose Bay for the 600-kilometre (372-mile) flight to Saglek airstrip at the park’s southern border. From there it’s a short boat trip or helicopter ride to Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station which is open for 2018 from August 4th – September 1st.
Chartered Flights to Torngat Mountains Base Camp
The Torngat Mountains Base Camp offers packaged excursions that include air travel from Goose Bay, N.L., to Saglek, N.L., and boat and/or helicopter transportation from Saglek, N.L., to the Base Camp, which is located at St. John’s Harbour in Saglek Bay. Packages include round-trip air transport from Goose Bay to Saglek, boat and/or helicopter transfer from Saglek to Torngat Mountains Base Camp & Research Station, all meals, tent accommodation, and guided excursions depending on the package purchased.
The chartered flights are available for the 2018 season from August 4th - September 1st. Call 1-709-217-2591, 1-709-635-4336 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or inquires about charter schedules and availability for the upcoming season.
Getting to Goose Bay, N.L.
PAL Airlines offer service to Goose Bay daily from St. John’s, N.L., Gander, N.L. and Deer Lake, N.L., and on selected days from Montréal, Que., and Halifax, N.S.(check with the airline for up to date information).
Chartering Your Own Transportation to the Park
Air or boat charters from Nain are another way of accessing the park in the summer, and snowmobiles or air charters are used in the winter. Aircraft charter services are also available out of Goose Bay, Labrador, and Kuujjuaq in Nunavik. Boat charters with Inuit guides may be arranged. For more information call Parks Canada 1-888-922-1290 or the Nunatsiavut Government at (709) 922-2942. Staff can help put you in contact with local operators.