It is true. North West River is at the end of the open road. The furthest point in Northeastern North America one can drive in an automobile. There are 6 more Labrador communities further north from us that are only accessible by airplane, boat or snowmobile. No highways here. About 35 years ago a 20 foot wide trail was cut thru the boreal forest leading north. The surface was never grubbed off and as a result we must wait for Mother Nature to dump about 4 feet of snow on the ground before it becomes passable. But boy… when the trail gets groomed, look out! The Trans Labrador Snowmobile trail becomes a 24/7 snowmobile highway leading to the north coast of Labrador. These large groomers become a lifeline as travel on a groomed snowmobile trail is a safer alternative than ice travel.
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