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L'Anse-au-Loup Travel Guide

L'Anse-Au-Loup is the largest town in the Labrador Straits region. It is located about 30 km east of the Quebec Labrador border along the southern Labrador highway, and just a 25 minutes drive from the car and passenger ferry-connection to St. Barbe in Northern Newfoundland.

Attractions and points of interests found in and around L'Anse-Au-Loup include a mile-long sandy beach, a small river winding through the centre of town, easy walking trails leading to historic Schooner Cove (2.2 km from town), raised beaches created as a result of the Laurentide Ice Sheet, which retreated from these shores some 10,000 years ago.

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