Port aux Basques - Newfoundland & Labrador

The first rocky outport on the south western tip of Newfoundland, the ferry's landing town, Channel-Port-aux-Basques is built on the rocky shores with traditional winding roads through the small wooden houses.

Very much still a fishing community, Port-aux-Basques is the terminal for the Nova Scotia to Newfoundland ferry operated by Marine Atlantic. This is the furthest point along the Trans Canada Highway from St. John's which is a long 904km across the rocky, forested interior of Newfoundland.

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