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Happy Valley-Goose Bay Travel Guide

From skiing to hiking and camping, the great outdoors is at its greatest in Happy Valley-Goose Bay in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Explore the forests, mountains and lakes of one of Canada's last remaining untapped storehouses of natural wealth and beauty by hiking, biking or skiing on one of the many trails in the area. Whether you rent a canoe or kayak and scout the surrounding lakes and rivers or play a relaxing round of golf in the pleasing environment found at the local golf club, outdoor activities to suit all tastes can be found here! A special feature is the Northern Lights Aurora Borealis, which perform their magic during much of the year.

The area's unique past and culture can be explored at the many museums and historical centers in and around Happy Valley-Goose Bay. From the traditions and folklore of its native peoples to the struggles of voyagers and trappers, this town has a proud history and a rich heritage. Learn about the history of Labrador, the land and its people through the many photographs, book collections and historic manuscripts held at the Labrador Heritage Society Museum.

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Northern Lights Building, Happy Valley-Goose Bay
 Northern Lights Building

This museum features a trapper's exhibit including a life-like brook with running water, sound effects and the Northern Lights (Aurora...

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