Trans Labrador Hwy (1000km of epic gravel)
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    Trans Labrador Hwy (1000km of epic gravel)

    If you like windy gravel roads and/or majestic scenery, then this might be the road for you I drove it last year and it was awesome - although extreme caution recommended.

    I've attached a few of my pics to the thread, but Google will find lots of articles about it (i.e., Trans Labrador Highway :: The Travel Magazine), which talk about "Nothing beats the sense of freedom or captures the imagination quite like barrelling full throttle down a wide-open highway that stretches into the horizon to the rhythm of your favourite road trip music. The Trans Labrador Highway, a 1000km highway that cuts through rugged virgin Canadian territory is like a gift from the Gods for anyone who wants to burn some serious rubber along some pretty isolated gravel roads"
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    I am very very jealous of your road.
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    Sweet road. There's some pretty awesome topography in Newfoundland and Labrador. I drove a similar road in northern Quebec when I was working on a project there. It looked very similar to the pics you posted, but was twice as wide; part of the Hydro Quebec network that services the dams.
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    nice , i drove the dempster hgwy up in the yukon away back was epic ......in a celica alltrac turbo
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    I drove it in my stock 1993 RWD Geo Tracker with 87Hp (when new) and it was a blast, I would imagine driving it in anything else would be even better

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