Copy of Expedition Northeast
On July 6th 2023 Justin set out from near Puvirnituq, Quebec, along the northeastern shore of Hudson Bay, on a year-long, ~3,800 kilometer trek crossing Quebec, Labrador, and Newfoundland through some of the most wild and remote wilderness in the world.
Justin is travelling by foot and canoe in the summer and fall, connecting waterways with his canine travel companion Saku. Once winter hits, Justin will swap out his canoe for a pair of traditional Bearpaw snowshoes and a HDPE trail toboggan to continue southeastward through Quebec and Labrador, hot tent camping with his Snowtrekker tent and wood stove. The journey ends next summer with a challenging, but familiar trek across his home province of Newfoundland.
*** Follow Justin's progress on Expedition Northeast ***
Position Report (as of 7 August, 2023)
Reported Position (Lat/Long): 58°21'58"N/ 74°18'06"W
Kilometers Traveled: 309
To view Justin's inferred route, position reports, and the incredible landscape in Google Earth online, click here!!
To view the route in the Google Earth Pro App (i.e. for additional tools and capabilities*), follow these steps:
1) Click here to download the route .kmz file
2) Make sure you have the Google Earth Pro App installed on your device
3) Click on the downloaded .kmz file and the route will open in Google Earth automatically
* Check out the Elevation Profile along the route (Right click on Inferred Route Path > Show Elevation Profile)