How Do I get to Conne River?

By Air:

Many Airlines operate regular air services to Newfoundland and Labrador, with connections available from all major centers in Canada and the United States. Connections are available from many countries around the world through London, Toronto, and Montreal to the province.

Surface Routes:

Marine Atlantic provides year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Channel-Port aux Basques, Newfoundland, which connects with the trans-province bus line, DRL Coach Lines. Ferry service is also available Between North Sydney, Nova Scotia and Argentia Newfoundland during the summer months.

By Land:

The Trans-Canada Highway (TCH Route 1) crosses Newfoundland west to east from Channel-Port Aux Basques to St. John's, a distance of 905 kilometers (562 miles).

After you get to the Island of Newfoundland:

You will come upon Route 360 approximately halfway between Channel-Port Aux Basques and St. John's. Just east of Grand Falls-Windsor Route 360 branches off the TCH. You then drive approximately 127 kilometers until the next intersection and stay to your left. About 4 kilometers later you will have arrived at the road leading to Conne River.

To Get to Jipujij'kuei Kuespem Nature Park:

After passing the entrance to Conne River,You continue on Route 360 for approximately 4 kilometers and you will then arrive at the park.



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