Deer Lake Transportation

  • Trans-Canada Highway at Deer Lake, Newfoundland
    Trans-Canada Highway at Deer Lake,...
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  • Car Dwarfed by the Tablelands
    Car Dwarfed by the Tablelands
    by Bwana_Brown
  • DRL Coachlines, Newfoundland
    DRL Coachlines, Newfoundland
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    DRL Coachlines

    by victorwkf Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    DRL Coachlines, Newfoundland

    The DRL Coachlines (see website below) are the only public coaches that run from Port Aux Basque to Deer Lake or St John's to Deer Lake. It cost $42 Canadian Dollars from Port Aux Basque to Deer Lake and more information on the various coach schedules and costs are available at the website.

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    Flying and driving

    by victorwkf Written Jan 14, 2006

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    Trans-Canada Highway at Deer Lake, Newfoundland

    Although Deer Lake is a simple town, you will be surprised that there is an airport near to this town with flights from Nova Scotia and other surrounding places such as Labrador. The main reason is because many people visit Gros Morne National Park and the airport near to Deer Lake provides a gateway for visitors. For those driving, you can take the Trans-Canada Highway which runs from Port Aux Basque all the way to St John's. As for public coaches or buses, please see my tip on DRL Coachlines.

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    By Car to the Tablelands

    by Bwana_Brown Updated Jan 1, 2004

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    Car Dwarfed by the Tablelands

    As outlined in my Corner Brook page, we drove from New Brunswick via Nova Scotia and then a ferry to Newfoundland. Having a car to get around is essential as there are long distances between communities and public transport is nearly non-existant. Our drive around and through the rock formations of the Tablelands was very interesting. Here, I am sitting on the back of the car at a public rest stop beside the unique formations. It is possible to hike up for a closer look at the rocks from here and you can also arrange for guided tours and even boat trips on one of the 'Ponds' located in this area!

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