Getting Here

Air, Land and Ferry Travel to Eagle River Trout Lodge

Labrador is accessible by road. A partially paved, largely gravel road extends from Baie Comeau, Quebec into western Labrador, then crosses into Goose Bay. Motorists planning to drive this route should be prepared for minimal services along the way. It is roughly a 32-hour NON-STOP drive from Montreal. Quebec, to Goose Bay.


A new gravel road also extends from Red Bay to Goose Bay along the eastern Labrador coast. Access to this road is via ferry from the island of Newfoundland.. This is also a lengthy route, with ferry connections required from North Sydney, Nova Scotia to the island of Newfoundland, a 90-mile sailing across the Gulf of St. Lawrence, then a scenic drive along the west coast of the island and into the Great Northern Peninsula to reach the St. Barbe ferry for a one hour sail across the Strait of Belle Isle to Blanc Sablon, Quebec.


Commercial air travel is provided daily to a modern airport at Goose Bay. The area is currently served by local carriers Air Labrador and Provincial Airlines from points within the province, as well as Air Canada. Flight schedules usually change in spring to accommodate increased summer traffic, Other airlines may also include Goose Bay in their routings, please check through a travel agent or contact us for assistance in arranging your flights.