Redfir Lake-Kapitagas Channel Ecological Reserve

Labrador City
 

This reserve protects the only known natural stands of jack pine in the province, and the most easterly occurrence of this tree species in North America. Jack pines grow in northern areas with dry, infertile soils that cannot support other tree species. The tree's range extends farther north (in western Canada) than any other North American pine tree. For more information contact Natural Areas.

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Amenities

Hunting, trapping, fishing are permitted with valid licence, hiking, camping, canoeing are permitted.

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There is no fee for entry into the reserve. Some activities (such as research, tours or commercial operations) require a permit.

Contact Information

Southwestern Labrador, 70 km south of Route 500 , Labrador City
52.3853, -66.1183 (Download GPX)
Jan 1 - Dec 31

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Driving distances and calculations derived using Google Maps. Actual driving times may vary. GPS coordinates have been provided by tourism operators. Please confirm location with operator before departure.